A stimulating intellectual and social community of students and scholars from across Penn’s 12 schools form a vibrant graduate network. The campus offers extensive resources for academic support and personal enrichment.
Penn’s Graduate Student Center provides a home base for graduate and professional students. Located in the heart of campus on Locust Walk, the Center hosts a variety of activities including cultural trips, recreational outings, dissertation support workshops, film nights and more.
GAPSA – the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly – serves as the voice of grad students on campus, with a full calendar of activities, including the annual end-of-year GradFest celebration.
A wide variety of other graduate and professional student organizations flourish at Penn, including school governments, as well as professional, social, athletic, and cultural groups.
The Graduate and Professional Student Campus Resource Guide, published by the Grad Center, comprehensively outlines all of the many resources serving graduate and professional students at Penn.
|Schools||Total Graduate Enrollment|
|Annenberg School for Communication||82|
|School of Arts and Sciences||2,143|
|School of Dental Medicine||653|
|School of Design||669|
|Graduate School of Education||1,557|
|School of Engineering and Applied Science||1,415|
|Perelman School of Medicine||1,740|
|School of Nursing||716|
|School of Social Policy & Practice||486|
|School of Veterinary Medicine||489|
|The Wharton School||2,367|
|TOTAL Graduate & Professional Student||13,244|