Humanities Quadrangle Tour (self-guided)

Designed by James Gamble Rogers, Yale College Class of 1889, in the collegiate Gothic style blended with Art Deco, this landmark facility was built in 1932 as the Hall of Graduate Studies. As a Yale senior, future architecture critic Paul Goldberger ’72 described the 209,000 square-foot structure as “jazz Gothic.” After more than 80 years of providing graduate student housing, classrooms, and faculty offices, Rogers’s iconic building underwent a comprehensive renovation starting in 2016 to create a home for the humanities at Yale. When the remodeled HQ opened in fall 2021, it gathered two-thirds of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences humanities departments and graduate programs in a building imagined for intellectual exchange. Pick up a guide for a self-guided tour from your class reunion headquarters.
Friday, June 2, 2023, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM


Humanities Quadrangle
320 York St
New Haven, CT 06511
United States