Tours and Information Sessions

This is a great place to start if you’re new to Penn. Join admissions officers, current students, and staff from across our academic programs to learn more about opportunities at Penn.

On-Campus Options

Campus Visits

As you prepare for your visit to campus, please review our COVID-19 visit guidelines.

Join us on campus for a first-hand look at Penn. First, the admissions staff will lead you in a live discussion of the academic landscape and opportunities available to students. Then current students will lead you on a campus tour while sharing their personal experiences about life at Penn.

Register for an on-campus visit.

Please be advised: due to ongoing construction on campus, some routes to the Admissions Visitor’s Center will not be accessible during your visit. Please consult the below map to plan your route. We advise arriving an extra five minutes early in order to navigate to the building. 

At this time, the most direct routes to Claudia Cohen Hall are available when entering through 36thSt. and Spruce St., or 36th St. and Walnut St. For those requiring wheelchair accessibility, we recommend entering via 36th St. and Spruce St.

Please note, the Visit Center is not accessible via the Penn Commons, and there are longer detours for those entering via 34th street.

Campus Construction Map

Self-Guided Campus Tour

Download the Adora Experiences app or text Tour UPenn to 58052 to explore Penn’s campus at your own pace. You can also follow along through our printable self-guided tour.

Virtual Options

Virtual Information Sessions

Admissions staff will lead you in a live discussion on the academic landscape at Penn and the numerous opportunities available to students. This session will also provide insight on the application process and how best to prepare.

Register for an information session.

Student-Led Virtual Tours

Current students will share their insider’s take on life at Penn via our virtual campus tour. Even if you’ve already taken a tour of campus, this interactive experience will highlight new aspects of campus life.

Register for a student-led virtual tour.

Academic Programs & School Sessions

Penn is home to four undergraduate schools and several distinctive coordinated dual-degree (CDD) programs that allow students to receive two bachelor’s degrees simultaneously from two separate schools. Representatives from each program will share highlights of their curricular offerings and community resources.

College of Arts & Sciences
Penn Engineering
Penn Nursing
The Wharton School
Coordinated Dual-Degree Programs (CDD)

Unable to attend a live session? Learn more about Penn's four undergraduate schools and CDD programs through the Penn Admissions YouTube channel.

Explore Penn on your own time:

Launch Experience

Additional Resources
Don’t Be Defined: An Introduction to Penn
Useful Information for International Students
Get to Know Penn’s Cultural Resource Centers