Faculty resources to prepare for/respond to 2020 Election
- Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Guide to 2020 Election
- CTL events related to teaching and supporting students
- Penn Today article: Provost’s Lecture on Diversity
- Penn Today article: Democracy at Risk?
- Penn Today article: 2020 Election Q&A
If you have concerns about a student before or after the Election
- Student Intervention Services
- Supports students in crises, helps students access resources, and responds to concerns about students’ well-being.
- Division of Public Safety’s HELP Line
- 215-898-HELP 215-898-4357
- A 24/7 service that connects students, staff, faculty, and families with resources.
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
- Comprehensive primary care, including services to help you eat well, sleep well, and reduce stress.
- University Chaplain’s Office
- 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
- Engages the Penn community in the prevention of sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment on campus.
- International Student & Scholar Services
- 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
- Center for Hispanic Excellence: La Casa Latina 215-746-6044
- Greenfield Intercultural Center 215-898-3358
- LGBT Center 215-898-5044
- MAKUU: Black Cultural Center 215-746-6044
- Pan Asian American Community House (PAACH) 215-573-0823
- Penn Women’s Center 215-898-8611
- Civic House
- The Netter Center
- The SNF Paideia Program
- Graduate Student Center (GSC) 215-746-6868
- Family Center at Penn 215-746-2701
To refer a student for academic assistance and/or school resources
- The School of Arts and Sciences
- The College (Undergraduate) 215-898-6341
- The Graduate Division 215-898-7577
- Liberal & Professional Studies
- School of Engineering and Applied Science
- Undergraduate, Master’s, Ph.D. 215-898-7246
- School of Nursing
- Undergraduate and Graduate 215-898-6687
- Wharton School of Business
- Undergraduate 215-898-7613
- MBA 215-573-5756
- Doctoral 215-898-4877
- Annenberg School for Communications
- Graduate 215-573-6349
- Carey Law School
- Graduate School of Education
- Perelman School of Medicine
- MD 215-898-7190
- Doctoral 215-898-2793
- School of Dental Medicine
- School of Social Policy and Practice
- School of Veterinary Medicine
- Weitzman School of Design
- Weingarten Learning Resources Center
Provides academic support and accommodations for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.