Life at Penn
Stroll down Locust Walk. Toss toast onto historic Franklin Field. Celebrate Hey Day. Life at Penn is rich with time-honored traditions and lots of new experiences to explore.
Following a tradition that reaches back to 1916, Penn juniors celebrated Hey Day 2012 by donning red shirts, strutting along Locust Walk carrying canes and biting into straw hats.
Arts & Culture
From museums to student theater, music and dance, the arts play a leading role at Penn.
Athletics & Recreation
Root for the Quakers and stay fit through a variety of athletic and recreational activities.
Penn keeps its community informed through newspapers, a public radio station and the web.
Inspired by what Benjamin Franklin called "an inclination…to serve mankind," Penn weaves awareness with action.
Diversity at Penn
Penn's commitment to achieving eminence through diversity is ultimately a commitment to creating a more vibrant university.
Groups & Organizations
Participate in social, political, artistic and multicultural activities that put learning into practice.
Penn has world-class medical networks for people and renowned veterinary facilities for animals.
Housing & Dining
Living on campus is an integral Penn experience, from College Houses to diverse dining options.
Philadelphia City Life
Guides to the city, events and nightlife, lodging information, information on Penn's place in Philadelphia.
From computers to pizza, shopping on and around campus is convenient and entertaining.
Safety & Security
Penn's Division of Public Safety works alongside the campus community to keep the neighborhood safe.
Spiritual & Religious
Practice faith and fellowship with the many spiritual and religious organizations on campus.