All Penn students can benefit from accessing University resources and forging relationships with caring, committed staff and faculty. Examples of supportive spaces that can be helpful to undocumented students and those with DACA status include:.

Legal

Penn Law Transnational Legal Clinic
215-898-8427

Cultural and Community

  Center for Hispanic Excellence: La Casa Latina
215-746-6043
  Graduate Student Center
215-746-6868
  Greenfield Intercultural Center,
  home of Penn's inclusive First-Generation, Low-Income (FGLI) Program.
215-898-3358
  LGBT Center
215-898-5044
  Makuu: Black Cultural Center
215-573-0823
  Pan-Asian American Community House (PAACH)
215-746-6046
  Penn Global/International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
215-898-4661
  Penn Women's Center
215-898-8611
     


Health and Wellness

  Counseling and Psychological Services,
  including providers trained to assist students with cultural and family of origin concerns
215-898-7021
  Student Health Service
215-476-3535


Academic and Pre-Professional

  Career Services,
  including DACA work rights, employers who hire undocumented students, and graduate school resources
215-898-7531
  Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF)
215-746-6488
  Tutoring Center
215-898-8596
  Weingarten Learning Resources Center (Office of Learning Resources; Office of Student Disabilities Services)

215-573-9235


Financial

  Student Financial Services
215-898-1988
  VPUL Access & Retention Fund: Emergency and Opportunity Grants
215-898-6081


Student-to-Student Resource

  Penn for Immigrant Rights