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Program Contacts

Master of Liberal Arts
3440 Market Street, Suite 100
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3335

Tel: (215) 898-7326
Fax: (215) 573-2053
lps@sas.upenn.edu

Office hours (Eastern Time Zone)

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Wednesday - 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Office location

The Master of Liberal Arts program office is located in the University of Pennsylvania’s College of Liberal and Professional Studies suite on the first floor of 3440 Market Street (the first building on the southwest corner of 34th and Market streets).

Master of Liberal Arts program team

Members of the program team will work with you to plan your path through the Master of Liberal Arts and Master of Philosophy program and help find answers to all of your questions. We look forward to helping you learn more about the exciting opportunities that await you at Penn!

Program Director
Christopher Pastore, PhD

To schedule an appointment with a member of the Master of Liberal Arts program team or check the status of an application, please call (215) 898-7326 or email lps@sas.upenn.edu.

Talk to a member of our enrollment team

To schedule a one-on-one phone appointment with a member of our enrollment team, please email us at lps@sas.upenn.edu and provide your phone number and program of interest. One of our recruitment specialists will be in touch to schedule a convenient time to chat and answer all of your questions. We look forward to talking with you!

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Alumni stories

"Learning how to research and learning how to stay focused and stay where I needed to be was a great skill that I use in my professional life today.”
– Carolyn Wilburn, MLA ‘17