Greenfield Intercultural Center
The Albert M. Greenfield Intercultural Center is Penn's resource for enhancing student's intercultural knowledge, competency, and leadership through our programs, advising, and advocacy.
3708 Chestnut Street; Main: 215-898-3358
Penn Global/International Student Scholar Services (ISSS)
Penn Global and ISSS provide immigration expertise and services to Penn's international students. Each international student at Penn has a designated ISSS advisor as a go-to resource for immigration questions.
3701 Chestnut Street; Main: 215-387-5125 ext. 6540
Penn Hillel is the center of Penn's Jewish life on campus. Provides kosher dining options, holiday resources and services, and over 25 Jewish student groups to engage Jewish students on campus.The professional staff is also available for personal and religious counseling.
215 S. 39th Street; Main: 215-898-7391
La Casa Latina
La Casa Latina promotes greater awareness of Latino/a issues, culture, and identity at Penn. Includes programs to support and connect students such as UNIDOS Mentorship, Freshman Fuerza, and community service opportunities.
3601 Locust Walk; Main: 215-746-6043
The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center at Penn supports Penn lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students. Provides outreach through workshops, discussion groups, speakers, and co-sponsors several major events throughout the academic year, such as QPenn and "Orientation" Orientation. It advocates within the University on behalf of LGBT people and offers confidential support and assistance to those experiencing harassment or discrimination.
3907 Spruce Street; Main: 215-898-5044
Makuu is the Black Cultural Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Makuu provides student resource advising, program support, and help navigating the challenges as students maximize their Penn exeperience.
3601 Locust Walk; Main: 215-573-0823
Penn Newman Center
The Penn Newman Center fosters a Catholic community and presence on campus. Provides Sunday Mass schedules, daily rosary and vespers options, and mass in different languages. Also offers community service opportunities, spiritual mentoring, and retreats.
3720 Chestnut Street; Main: 267-787-5000
Office of the Chaplain/ The Spiritual & Religious Life Center
The Chaplain is the administrative officer of the University responsiblefor the oversight and coordination of religious activities on the campus.The Chaplain’s Office develops programming designed to improve interfaith understanding and to build meaningful, collaborative relationships across religious difference. Committed to service, the Office of the Chaplain can connect students to initiatives in partnership with faith and community based organizations across the city of Philadelphia. Staff are available to students for pastoral support, guidance, or informal advising and counseling
240 Houston Hall, 3417 Spruce Street; Main: 215-898-8456
Pan-Asian American Community House (PAACH)
The Pan-Asian American Community House celebrates South Asian, East Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander cultures at Penn. Through advising, leadership development, advocacy, social and cultural programming, PAACH expand student access to University resources.
3601 Locust Walk, Suite G22; Main: 215-746-6046
Penn Women's Center
The Penn Women's Center promotes gender justice at Penn and beyond. The Center sponsors programs on career development, stress management, parenting, violence prevention, and health and wellness.
3634 Locust Walk; Main: 215-898-8611
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