Resources

Listed below are some of the amazing resources and partner organizations we have at Penn that can help to make your time here great! Read below to learn about these organizations, and how you can use them during your time at Penn.


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Penn10

The Penn10 is a comprehensive list of 10 things incoming students should do to be prepared for their time at Penn. From setting up your PennKey in May to completing the Thrive at Penn modules on Canvas in August, the Penn10 will be with you every step of the way to guide you to NSO and your first year at Penn!


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Campus Express

Campus Express is your one-stop shop for many essential student services at Penn. You can apply for your identification card, see your room layout, purchase a new computer, buy your textbooks, register your property, sign up for a dining plan or learn about transportation options. So skip the lines and use Campus Express to get a jump on your new life at Penn!


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Penn Parents

The Penn Parents page is the perfect guide for the parent or guardian of a Penn student, whether incoming or returning! There’s a lot of great information on the site, whether it’s about learning how to support your Penn student, or how to plan the perfect visit to the University and the surrounding area.


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Hub@Penn

Hub@Penn is a collection of many of the different support resources that you can take advantage of as a Penn student. Check it out to learn more about Student Health Services, Perry World House, and everything in between!


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Penn Clubs

Penn Clubs is meant to be your central source of information about student organizations at the University of Pennsylvania. It is a compilation of student-run clubs that you can join as a Penn student to enrich your time at Penn. Check it out to find your new Acapella group, Cultural Club, and so much more!


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Thrive at Penn (TAP)

Thrive at Penn (TAP) is an online program on Canvas that assists students with their Penn experience. TAP prepares students to make healthy choices during their university experience and provides information about resources available to support student success.

Topics covered include:

  • Thriving at a research university
  • Wellness and health
  • Risks associated with the use of alcohol and other drugs
  • Healthy relationships
  • Sexual violence prevention
  • Other resources specific to your needs during all of your years at Penn

TAP was released for incoming first-year students on Monday, August 1.