Faculty resources to prepare for/respond to 2020 Election  


If you have concerns about a student before or after the Election 


If your student expresses a desire to talk to someone 

  • Counseling and Psychological Services
    • 215-898-7021 (24/7)
    • Any student can speak to a trained clinician by phone, day or night. Students also can schedule virtual appointments. 
  • Student Health Service 
    • 215-746-3535
    • Comprehensive primary care, including services to help you eat well, sleep well, and reduce stress.  
  • University Chaplain’s Office 
    • 215-898-8456
    • Provides pastoral support, informal advising, and counseling to students in need of care and comfort. Staff can also refer to specific religious community supports such as: 
      Penn Hillel 215-898-7391 | The center of Penn’s Jewish community. 
      Penn Newman Center 215-898-8611 | Catholic community support.
  • Penn Violence Prevention
    •  215-746-2642
    • Engages the Penn community in the prevention of sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment on campus.
      
  • International Student & Scholar Services
    • 215-898-4661
    • Advance global engagement at the University of Pennsylvania and affiliated hospitals by offering inclusive, innovative, and impactful immigration and integration services.

To refer a student to an identity resource center or civic engagement opportunities 


To refer a student for academic assistance and/or school resources 


    If you have a concern about student/group behavior