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Penn Museum
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Founded in 1887, the Penn Museum has always been one of the world’s great archaeology and anthropology research museums, in addition to being the largest university museum in the United States. With roughly one million objects, the Penn Museum encapsulates and illustrates the human story: who we are and where we came from.

Learn more and plan your visit to the Penn Museum.

Civic Scholars
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Penn's Civic Scholars program allows students who are leaders in the classroom the opportunity to engage with the City of Philadelphia and become leaders in the community they call home. Students who complete the four-year Civic Scholar experience earn a certification upon graduation and designation on their transcript.

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Campus and Philadelphia
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The most historic city in America is your new home. Our city isn’t just about history, though. It’s a mix of then and now with an eye toward the future.  A hub of art, culture, and innovation -- you will never run out of things to do in Philadelphia. Penn is also actively involved in Philadelphia. We are passionate about the city we call home and our students do more than discuss social issues, they take action.

Learn more about Penn's relationship with the City of Philadelphia here.
 

Penn Consumer Assistance Support and Education (CASE)
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Penn CASE is an award-winning community service student organization at the University of Pennsylvania that provides Consumer Assistance, Support & Education to Philadelphia residents and Penn students. Through communication, community outreach, and campus initiatives Penn CASE has helped over 5,000 Philadelphia residents.

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School of Nursing
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As a Nursing Science student, your academic experience will combine clinical experiences with an exceptional liberal arts and sciences foundation. Our students and graduates become leaders who shape the future of health care practice, policy, and research.

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Student Activities
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Live your passions at Penn—and find others who share them. Penn is home to over 450 student groups that cover everything from academics, the arts, community service, cultural groups, political groups, and recreational organizations. Can't find exactly what you want? Starting a club and creating a community is easy and accessible.

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