You are always welcome to visit your student. In advance of your arrival, your student should register you via the RHS Portal. Last minute visit? You can always be signed in at the Info Center. You must bring photo ID and remain with your student at all times.
First class mail is sorted into student mailboxes while packages are
received at residential package rooms and residents are notified via
email. We recommend carriers such as UPS, FedEx, and DHL for direct
delivery to campus and accurate confirmation options.
Our Linktree keeps all essential
information for living at Penn at your fingertips. From Move-In to
maintenance repairs, this digital guide is a convenient way to keep
important information at hand. You and your student can find the resources on our linktree here.
In order to serve Penn’s diverse population, Penn Dining offers
flavorful, nutritious food and helps create community. From a sit-down
meal to grab-and-go options, your student will find what they need to
get them through their day. Our campus Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
is here for any nutrition or dietary questions.
Your student will have the opportunity to fully engage in Penn’s
mission to reduce waste and conserve energy. From in-house recycling to
water bottle filling stations, we provide tools to help support your
student’s sustainable lifestyle.
All undergraduate students are required to live on-campus for their first four semesters. We also have space across campus for third and fourth-year students that want to live Penn. Although your student just moved in, you may hear they already need to decide about next year’s housing. Good news—there is no rush! Room Selection takes place in January and February. Rooms are available for students who want to live on campus, so finding housing need not be on your student’s Fall to-do list.
FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE: UPENN.EDU/HOUSING