Penn LPS COVID-19 Update
LPS staff are not onsite, but we are still available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. by phone and online in case you need support: (215) 898-7326 or lps@sas.upenn.edu. Visit coronavirus.upenn.edu, the University's dedicated coronavirus COVID-19 web page, for the latest updates. Penn LPS is ensuring that all students have access to the support they need. Visit our Current LPS Students page for more details.
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Program Resources

Virtual information session

Whether you’re preparing for your next career, getting ready to apply to a graduate program or seeking to explore a field that inspires you, the Penn Alumni Program allows you to study the subjects you want—on a schedule that works for you. Penn Alumni program students are considered Post-Baccalaureate Studies students, and share the same access to courses, advising, and the Penn community. View the Post-Baccalaureate Studies information session video below to learn more about our program.

If you have a problem viewing this video, you can watch it on YouTube.

Student handbook

For guidelines on getting started as a new Penn student, choosing classes, reviewing policies and more refer to the Penn Alumni Program Student Handbook (PDF).

Housing options

Most students choose to live in apartments or rental houses in the neighborhoods surrounding the university. Your first and best resource for information on off-campus housing is the Office of Off-Campus Services.

Academic resources

Ready to enroll?

See Penn Alumni Program deadlines and enrollment instructions and get ready to apply.

Contact us

Have any questions about the Penn Alumni Program? Reach out to our program or enrollment team for a one-on-one discussion.

Fully customizable

With access to over 50 areas of study, the Penn Alumni Program can be customized to meet your individual needs.