Penn is home to six cultural resource centers providing extensive virtual programming and supports to students whether on campus, off-campus, or studying remotely from afar.
Greenfield Intercultural Center: The Greenfield Intercultural Center (GIC) fosters intercultural understanding on campus through cross-cultural activism, reflection, and dialogue.
The Center for Hispanic Excellence: La Casa Latina: La Casa Latina promotes greater awareness of Latinx issues, culture, and identity at Penn.
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center: The LGBT Center fosters the success of Penn’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students and increases the Penn community’s awareness, understanding, and acceptance of its sexual and gender minority members.
Makuu: The Black Cultural Center: Makuu seeks to enrich and support the principles of diversity and community in Penn student life, with an emphasis on students of African descent.
Pan-Asian American Community House: PAACH serves as the central resource for advising East Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander American students, student organizations, and their activities, as well as those interested in the Asian American diaspora.
Penn Women’s Center: PWC’s mission is to promote gender justice, and to empower, support, and advance personal and professional development.