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. View the Penn Alumni Program information session video below to learn more about courses and resources available to our students.
If you have a problem viewing this video, you can watch it on YouTube.
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).
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.
- Weigle Information Commons supports collaborative learning and group activities using the latest technologies.
- Kelly Writers House offers lectures, readings, and discussions.
- The Office of Learning Resources (OLR) provides free, confidential, professional instruction in skills such as academic reading, writing, study strategies and time management.
- The Office of Student Disabilities Services (SDS) provides free, confidential, comprehensive, professional services and programs for students who self-identify with disabilities to ensure equal academic opportunities and participation in University-sponsored programs.
- Penn Counseling & Psychological Services offers a wide range of services including individual and group counseling and therapy, crisis intervention, structured workshops, psychological testing, medication reviews, and consultation.