Learn how Residential Services supports Penn residents in their academic endeavors, personal growth, and daily life on campus.
Penn is committed to helping students take full advantage of the campus’ dynamic academic and social environment. Toward that end, a wide variety of services and programs have been put in place to collectively create a culture of well-being, equal access, and security in our community.
CAPS offers confidential free professional mental health care for all Penn students. Available services include individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, structured workshops, psychological testing, medication reviews, and more.CAPS offers confidential free professional mental health care for all Penn students. Available services include individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, structured workshops, psychological testing, medication reviews, and more.
The Wellness at Penn initiative affirms wellness as a core priority and necessary driver of life on campus. It offers opportunities to reflect and engage on issues of wellness, stress, mental health, resilience, happiness, personal and academic goals, and the meaning of success. And it defines wellness as an ongoing holistic process with multiple dimensions.
A central source for information about police, fire, and emergency services, security services, including walking escorts, and special victim services. Public safety also manages the University’s extensive electronic security infrastructure.
Schedule appointments online and learn about health services available at Penn, including emergency care, insurance, vaccines, and women's health.
PVP provides a variety of confidential, safe resources and comprehensive educational programs to engage Penn community members in the prevention of sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking on campus.
SDS ensures that students with self-identified disabilities have equal access to all University programs, activities, and services. Learn about available accommodations and services and the procedures for requesting them.
Penn provides students with numerous ways to access its exceptional intellectual resources. From academic support and immigration assistance to the convenience of managing academic information online, students have all the resources they need to realize their highest academic aspirations here at Penn.
Register for classes and order transcripts; access information about course offerings, finals, and more.
Connect with tutors, advisers and mentors, and learn about Penn’s academic services and programs that meet the needs of a widely diverse student population.
ISSS provides comprehensive immigration assistance and serves as a gateway to the many programs, activities, and resources available to international students and scholars.
The Weingarten Learning Resources Center offers a variety of services and programs to help members of the Penn community develop skills such as academic reading, writing, study strategies, and time management.
The Office of Student Conduct handles alleged instances of academic dishonesty and other student misconduct.
Penn InTouch is the University's student gateway to academic, financial, and profile information.
The cloud-based Workday@Penn gives student workers a single touchpoint that’s simple and transparent for managing time entry.
Social, political, artistic, and multicultural groups abound on campus. Whether Students are looking to connect with others who share their interests, meet others from different backgrounds, advance social change, or get involved in Student government, there is a group at Penn that will expand their horizons in new and inspiring ways.
AARC offers numerous services, programs, information sessions, and workshops that support all members of the Penn community, with a particular focus on those of African descent.
Learn about the many community service and social advocacy opportunities led by Penn students, from weeklong Alternate Spring Break programs to sustained four-year experiences.
A welcoming place where student and post-doc parents can find information, resources, activities, and advocacy, as well as family friendly spaces to read, play, socialize, and relax.
Located in the heart of campus, the Grad Center hosts a variety of activities for graduate and professional students, including trips, dissertation support workshops, film nights, and more.
The Albert M. Greenfield Intercultural Center offers programs, advising, and advocacy to help students across the University enhance their intercultural knowledge, competency, and leadership.
Penn's Center for Hispanic Excellence offers numerous programs and resources that promote a greater awareness of Latino issues, culture, and identity at Penn and beyond.
Serving undergraduate, graduate, and professional students as well as staff, faculty, and alumni, the Center provides education, support, and advocacy as well as peer mentoring, events, and spaces to study, socialize, and politicize for Penn’s LGBT communities. All are welcome.
Learn about the academic, cultural, and social support MAKUU provides, as well as the myriad resources and opportunities it makes available to students and student groups at Penn.
PAACH offers advising, leadership development, advocacy, and social and cultural programming that expands Asian-American and Pacific-Islander student access to the University's resources.
Apply for jobs or purchase products and services from the numerous student-run agencies on campus.
The PWC sponsors programs that advance women's personal and professional development and also provides advocacy in matters relating to gender equity and women's health and wellness.
Learn about Platt programs and events and discover the opportunities for campus and community engagement that Platt provides.
The central source for student performing arts at Penn, PAC is made up of more that 45 student-run performance groups. Find out how to join a group or attend one of their performances.
Learn about the branch of student government responsible for funding, supervising, and promoting cooperation among undergraduate organizations.
A definitive source for information about Penn’s many and diverse registered student organizations.
Division of the Vice Provost for University Life
VPUL provides diverse academic, personal, and professional development experiences that enhance the abilities of Penn students and other community participants to reach their fullest potential.Visit VPUL
Jobs & Financial Resources
Career planning and placement services for students and alumni; resources for campus recruiters.
Search for work-study and non-work-study jobs on campus, sign up for direct deposit, and access relevant forms and pay schedules.
Information about financial aid, student account billing, payment options, and loans.
Career planning and placement services for law school students and alumni, including student recruitment opportunities, information about clerkships, and programs for professional skill development.
Resources to help Wharton students explore and refine their career aspirations and to help Wharton alumni navigate and advance their careers.
For Graduate Students
Get involved in Penn’s diverse community of graduate and professional students and take advantage of the intellectual, social, and professional development services the Center provides.
Descriptions of the many resources available to graduate and professional students at Penn.
Homepages of school-specific and University-wide groups open to graduate and professional students.