At Penn, we believe that students benefit from seeing the world through a variety of perspectives and from charting a course that matches their unique academic and career goals.
Supporting Penn’s commitment to producing future leaders through research, service fellowships, teaching, advising, and service learning; the Robert A. Fox Leadership Program equips students in all four undergraduate schools with hands-on leadership experience and connects them with successful leaders—including Penn alumni and senior University faculty and administrators—for discussion and mentorship.
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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If you’re driven to bring inspired business solutions to nonprofit, art, science, medical, or traditional business contexts, or wherever innovation and leadership are needed, the world’s first business school provides an exceptional undergraduate education.
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Our campus was created with the student in mind—our four undergraduate and twelve graduate schools, three teaching hospitals, and 100+ research centers are all within a 10-minute walk of each other, so you have easy access to the entire University and unlimited opportunities to explore.
The College of Arts & Sciences is the heart of all the Penn programs. Spanning more than 50 majors and 2,000+ courses, the College offers a unique take on the classic liberal arts education.
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.
Innovation in the field of Nanotechnology at Penn is fueled through the Singh Center. The Singh Center is a state of the art facility that has made significant research strides in areas such as nanophotonics, mechanics, microfluidics, nanomaterials, microsystems, and biological & biomedical applications.
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Penn Engineering students experience a dynamic balance of fundamental science and professional practice through courses and projects that enable creative, technical design.