Explore additional student resources to help you get the most out of your Fels experience
In addition to the resources below, students can explore the Hub@Penn online tool, a central source for students to connect with Penn resources, including financial wellness, academic support, healthcare, and more.
- Weingarten Learning Resources Center provides academic support services and programs that serve undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.
- Academic Support provides free, confidential, professional instruction in skills such as academic reading, writing, study strategies, and time management.
- Disability Services provides free, confidential, comprehensive, professional services and programs for students who self-identify as having disabilities to ensure equal academic opportunities and participation in University-sponsored programs.
- Penn libraries have served the teaching, research, and learning needs of scholars since 1750. Fels students have on campus and online access to library resources, including online databases and e-journals.
- Penn Graduate Student Center - The central hub for resources, activities, support, and advocacy for all graduate and professional students at Penn.
- Housing information - Explore Off-Campus Services, which provides resources and information to help members of the Penn Community. Some graduate students apply to work as Graduate Associates in the undergraduate college houses in return for free housing.
- Penn Dining - Explore retail dining on campus and graduate student dining plans.
Health and wellness resources
Penn is deeply dedicated to high-quality patient care and the advancement of medical, nursing, and veterinary science. It is also committed to providing the support, resources, and practical tools to ensure the wellness of its community.
If you have any doubt about where to turn, Penn's HELP Line is available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, at (215) 898-HELP. If you are feeling uneasy, unwell, or want to talk to someone, you can contact:
- Wellness at Penn
- Student Health and Counseling
- Student Intervention Services, (215) 898-6081
- Office of the Chaplain, (215) 898-8456
- Special Services (within Division of Public Safety), (215) 898-6600
- Employee Assistance Program for Penn employees only: (866) 799-2329
Health coaching and exercise classes
Students can work with Bobby Huff, Fox Leadership Wellness Director, to achieve their wellness goals through health coaching and free fitness classes. Contact Bobby at email@example.com.
Meet Bobby Huff: Bobby has a bachelor's degree in exercise science and is a Certified Master Health Coach through Precision Nutrition. As a Master Health Coach, he thrives on working with a diverse group of people from all different backgrounds. He has worked in the field for the last 15 years to help individuals achieve their wellness goals. Bobby’s approach to coaching is centered on empowering clients to make sustainable lifestyle changes. Those changes help create lasting results while prioritizing a healthy, and physically active lifestyle in order to live life to the fullest.
“Helping people is my passion. Whether you are looking to lose weight, refine your nutrition habits, improve your overall health, or unlock the best version of you, I can help.”
Campus safety and security resources
- Penn’s Division of Public Safety works alongside the campus community to keep the University neighborhood safe.
- General public safety tips and important information about the ways Penn students can promote a safe campus.
- Penn Guardian is a free app that is available to all Penn community members. It was developed by the University’s safety partner Rave Guardian, a service utilized on college campuses across the country.
- Penn Violence Prevention provides a wide range of confidential, safe resources and comprehensive educational programs to engage Penn community members in the prevention of sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking on campus.
- Penn's Walking Escort Service is in service 24/7 for students on campus.