The Office of Student Affairs has the responsibility for student activities and governance, University Life leadership programs, and campus-wide special events. Let us help you get involved at Penn!
The Platt Student Performing Arts House offers a supportive programmatic home for creative exploration and expression. We advise and train students pursuing their extra-curricular passions for the performing arts and those preparing for a career in the arts.
Penn Student Government (PSG) reaches many corners of student life, from funding hundreds of student groups, to plannign social events, guest speakers, and concerts, to advocating on behalf of students on academics and other issues, and ensuring that all voices - particularly the under- and mis-represented ones - get heard by the administration.
The University of Pennsylvania's historic football field, host to many collegiate events such as the Penn Relays.
A renowned collection from all over the world.
Showcases the work of students from the University of Pennsylvania's fine arts program.
Hosts objects from University collections and other majoy public and private collections in a building designed by Frank Furness.
Shows the work of over 400 architects and planners from the 18th century to today.
The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is dedicated to the advancement of a diverse and thriving cultural community through the pursuit of excellence, innovation and intellectual engagement in the performing arts.
The ICA at the University of Pennsylvania is a leader in the presentation of contemporary artists, both established and emerging.
An interdisciplinary center that integrates art, science, and the humanities through nature and also includes streams, Victorian landscaped gardens, and thousand of rare plants.
A music venue designed to optimize live performances, and attract and inspire musicians of all genres.
A Victorian cottage for writers of all kinds to gather and talk creatively. The Kelly Writer's House also has visiting writers who come to read from their work and discuss it.