Yale University strives to promote a welcoming environment for pregnant and parenting individuals. The Title IX Office and Deputy Title IX Coordinators address concerns about discrimination related to these statuses and offer services to pregnant and parenting individuals. If you have concerns about discrimination based on pregnant or parenting status, please reach out to a Deputy Title IX Coordinator.
For pregnant individuals without medical complications who are interested in discussing accommodations that may be available, students may contact a Deputy Title IX Coordinator and employees may contact their supervisor and/or Human Resources representative. Pregnant individuals with medical complications or who are experiencing related medical conditions may contact Student Accessibility Services (students) or the Office of Institutional Equity and Accessibility (staff and faculty).
See below for additional parenting and pregnancy resources:
Parenting and Childcare Resources
- Staff and Faculty can access parenting and childcare resources through Yale’s Worklife Programs which offers programs like the Child Care Subsidy Program as well as Webinars and Workshops.
- Childcare Directory and Yale Babysitting
- Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: Spouses, Partners & Children Resources
- Yale School of Medicine, MD-PhD: Parental Support and Relief
- Yale Law School: Students with Families
- Private Lactation Rooms are available across Yale’s campus for faculty, staff, and students. Click here for more information on lactation room locations and reservation information.
- Yale New Haven Hospital provides a variety of lactation resources including Personalized Lactation Support, Breast Pump Coordinators, Breast Pump and Lactation Supplies, Online Classes and Support Groups; and links to Community Lactation Resources.
- Those with Yale Health coverage and all students should contact Ob/Gyn who will be able to provide information and options.
- Those with other insurance plans should contact their provider.