New Student Orientation & Academic Initiatives
NSO 2023 will take place August 23-28, 2023. Additional information regarding move-in can be found here.
To see what NSO 2022 was like please click here to view our photos and click here to view an NSO 2022 recap video.
Feel free to contact our office with any questions that you might have at email@example.com.
We are so excited to welcome our new students and the Class of 2026! Check the "Getting Started" tab for some helpful information like the Penn10. On Tuesday, August 1, Thrive at Penn (TAP) modules will be live on Canvas, and PHINS orientation leaders will soon be in contact.
Second-Year Orientation (SYO) is scheduled for Sunday, August 27 to Friday, September 1. In addition, throughout the academic year, we are committed to the development of Penn’s Second-Year Experience (SYE) program to continue to foster both the individual student and the overall community of second year students.
Faculty and Staff
Preceptorials are non-credit seminars led by faculty and distinguished guest lecturers, available to Penn undergraduates in Fall and Spring Semesters to supplement the curriculum. The program is designed to foster an interactive, conversational experience with no grades or tests. The goal of preceptorials is learning for learning's sake in an experience often outside the classroom.
Penn Families and Community Members
Welcome Penn Class of 2027 Parents, Guardians, and Families! The resource page for Penn Parents and Families highlights resources that are helpful, such as the billing schedule and the different services offered by the Division of Public Safety to help aid your transition, as well as your student's transition, to the Penn Community.
Penn Mentor Meals Program
Click below to learn more about the Penn Mentor Meals Program which encourages students and their mentors to engage in intellectual or casual conversation outside of the classroom and simultaneously provide them with the opportunity to do so free of charge over lunch or dinner.Learn More about Penn Mentor Meals Program
Penn Preceptorials are not-for-credit sessions that introduce students to the intellectual and cultural resources of the University. Click here to learn how you can submit a preceptorial, become a part of preceptorial committees, or attend a preceptorial.Learn More about Preceptorials