Community Engagement


Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Students studying remotely maintain many ways to engage in their community, through signature initiatives such as the Civic House, Netter Center, or Paideia Program.

Local, national, and global engagement opportunities can also be found in many Penn student organizations.

Clubs & Activities


Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Penn is home to more than 700 registered student organizations – featured and searchable at the Penn Clubs website. Student groups continue to operate and grow remotely, following the Campus Compact and related guidelines for organizations.

Office of Student Affairs staff is available via email, and an FAQ may answer many student questions about club activity this semester.

Spring Activities Fair
Sept 2, 2021
All questions can be directed to sacfair@sacfunded.net.

HUB@Penn


Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Find the support resources you need on and around Penn’s campus!

First-Generation Students/ Penn First Plus


Friday, January 8, 2021

Penn First Plus (P1P) is the hub of activities and services for students who are first in their families to attend college and/or who come from modest financial backgrounds.

P1P offers an extensive living resource document to assist students with any concerns or challenges this semester or beyond.

Additional support can be found navigating:

Academics
Finances

Students may also seek comfort and assistance in related campus offices or organizations including:

The FGLI Program at the Greenfield Intercultural Center
PENNCAP
Penn First, the student umbrella organization
FGLIQ, for queer first-generation students

Online Learning Initiatives Hub@Penn provides comprehensive resources for the Class of ’24.

DACA & Undocumented Student Resources


Thursday, December 3, 2020

The University of Pennsylvania benefits greatly from the rich diversity of all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. As part of that commitment to inclusion, Penn provides access and support to undocumented students, including those with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) status.

We have established a phone number and email address for questions and referrals to DACA resources and support: 215-573-3222 (3-DACA) and DACAinfo@upenn.edu. If you require immediate assistance – e.g., if you or someone you know has been taken into custody by immigration or law enforcement – contact 215-898-4357 (215-898-HELP) for 24-hour assistance to be connected to necessary services.

Office of the Chaplain: 215-898-8456
Office of University Life: 215-898-6081
Student Health Service: 215-746-3535
University HELP Line: 215-898-HELP (215-898-4357)
Counseling and Psychological Services: 215-898-7021

Calendar of Events


Monday, November 23, 2020

An updated calendar of student-focused events on campus and virtually

Career Services


Monday, November 23, 2020

Career Services staff is fully remote and best reached by email or phone (215-898-7531).  Career Services offers expansive 1:1 and group programming for all students, including plentiful same-day virtual appointments with staff or peer advisors.

Career Services offers a comprehensive suite of services for every student of every year, including industry exploration, resumés and cover letter review, and virtual interview prep. Thousands of jobs and internships are posted daily on Handshake.

Events like virtual job fairs, employer introductions, and graduate school information sessions are held weekly on Zoom.

International Students


Thursday, November 19, 2020

International Students and Scholar Services (ISSS) provides comprehensive support to all international students at Penn, whether on campus, off campus, or studying remotely abroad.

Students are urged to connect with their personal ISSS advisor, and also to review updates to the website detailing COVID-19 implications for international students.

 

Research & Fellowships


Thursday, November 19, 2020

The Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowships offers comprehensive support for students on campus, off-campus, or at home in remote learning.

Students can meet virtually with staff to explore research opportunities, pursue fellowships or prizes  — including the President’s Engagement Prize and President’s Innovation Prize.

Performing Arts


Thursday, November 19, 2020

The Platt Student Performing Arts House assists student performing groups meeting, learning, rehearsing, and making art during this virtual academic year.

Students also can interact directly with leaders of the Performing Arts Council and member groups, as well as independent arts organizations unaffiliated with PAC.