Student and Alumni/ae Eligibility for Services
Career Services is the central career resource center for all Penn undergraduates; for graduate and professional students in Annenberg, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Graduate School of Education, School of Design, Medicine (master's and PhD), Nursing, Social Policy and Practice and Wharton Doctoral Programs; for alumni from these schools; and for post-doctoral trainees.
Full-time students in a degree program in these schools/programs have access to all services.
Part-time students in a degree program, both graduate and undergraduate, within one year of graduation also have full access.
Full-time students in a degree program at The College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS) have access to all services. Part-time students in a degree program within one year of graduation also have full access. Part-time LPS undergraduates who have more than one year until graduation have access to the following services:
- Use of Career Services library
- Attendance at programs and workshops
- Use of credentials service
Other members of the University community are welcome to use our career library and to attend public presentations sponsored by Career Services.
Career Services helps students and alumni obtain permanent and short-term career-related employment and graduate and professional school admission. The office helps students define their career goals and learn how to achieve them through counseling sessions, workshops, alumni networks, a large career resource library and on-line information. Career Services also establishes and promotes contact between employers, graduate/professional schools and the University, and hosts employer interviews through the on-campus recruiting program.
Non-Discrimination Policy Statement
The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or status as a disabled or Vietnam Era veteran in the administration of its educational policies, programs, or activities, admissions policies and procedures, scholarship and loan programs,employment, recreational, athletic or other University administered programs.Questions or concerns regarding the University's equal opportunity and affirmative action programs and activities or accommodations for people with disabilities should be directed to the Director of Affirmative Action,1133 Blockley Hall, 418 Service Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6021 or (215)898-6993(Voice) or (215) 898-7803 (TDD).