2022 Employee Resource Fair

Thursday, October 6, 2022
12:00pm-1:30pm ET
Pottruck Health and Fitness Center
3701 Walnut Street, Philadelphia




If you are unable to join us in-person at this year’s Fair, this page provides easy access to information on the vast and varied campus resources and services available to Penn staff.

The information on this page is current as of October 6, 2022.


Affirmative ActionAfrican-American Resource Center
Agio Brand Solutions
AlmanacThe Barash Group
Amazon@PennCampus Copy
Penn Faculty and Staff Personal Climate PledgeCollective Success Network
CosiDivision of Human Resources (Be in the Know)
Division of Human Resources (Care.comDivision of Human Resources (Chats with Jack)
Division of Human Resources (Health Advocate)Division of Human Resources (Penn Healthy You)
Division of Human Resources (Quality of Work Life)Division of Human Resources (Talent Acquisition)
Division of Human Resources (Talent DevelopmentDivision of Human Resources (Tuition Benefits)
Division of Human Resources (TIAA)
Environmental Health and Radiation Safety eShip@Penn
Institute of Contemporary ArtLGBT Center
MANNA (Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance)Master in Law Program – Penn Carey Law
Morris ArboretumNetter Center
Office of Audit, Compliance & PrivacyOffice of Information Security
Office of Government & Community Affairs 
Office of the OmbudsPenn Bookstore
Penn Campus RecThe PennCard Center
Penn Children’s CenterPenn Athletics
Penn Employee Solution Center  
Penn Food and Wellness Collaboration Penn Home Ownership Services
Penn Hospitality ServicesPenn Ice Rink / Class of 1923 Arena
Penn Leads the VotePenn Libraries
Penn Live ArtsPenn LPS
Penn MuseumPenn Professional Staff Assembly
Penn Procurement ServicesPenn Sustainability
Penn Transit & Parking ServicesPenn Public Safety
Penn Travel and Expense ManagementPenn Today
Penn Vet Working Dog Center 
PNC Bank (2021)SHOP PENN Retail District
The Spruce Foundation (2021)T-Mobile
University of Pennsylvania Credit UnionWeekly Paid Professional Staff Assembly
WXPNSociety For Clinical Research Coordination & Management
Wolf Humanities CenterYouDecide



Affirmative Action

The Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Programs is charged with ensuring that the University meets its obligations as an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer and educational institution.

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African-American Resource Center

The African American Resource Center (AARC) is a resource center dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of faculty, staff, and students at the University of Pennsylvania with a particular focus on those of African descent. Any person associated with the university may use our free and confidential services as needed.

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Agio Brand Solutions

We provide personal marketing solutions that are effortless, efficient and cost-effective. As a one-stop shop for your promo, print, direct mail and outdoor advertising, your brand will be consistent. Agio Brand Solutions is a top 25 business as awarded by the Philadelphia Business Journal, Diversity Business Top Veteran and we are a PNC Bank Small Business awardee.

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Almanac is the University of Pennsylvania’s journal of record, opinion and news. It comes out weekly on Tuesday, during the academic year and as needed during breaks, with issues ranging from 8 to 24 pages each. In addition to news, official planning reports and uncensored exchanges of opinion, Almanac carries the AT PENN calendar normally in the issue published on the last Tuesday of each month. AT PENN lists hundreds of activities—exhibits, music and theater performances, films, children’s activities, academic conferences, talks and special events—that are open free to the public unless otherwise specified. Almanac publishes the three-year academic calendar. It is located online at https://almanac.upenn.edu/penn-academic-calendar, where you can download specific upcoming semesters to your personal calendar. Almanac is available online at www.upenn.edu/almanac. Almanac typically is also available in print and distributed to schools, departments, centers and other buildings around campus, but that is currently suspended because of COVID-19.

Amazon @ Penn

Amazon@Penn offers a safe and convenient location where anyone can visit to pick up and return Amazon orders. Our mobile-enabled, self-service package pick up is secure and quick. And Amazon Prime members can receive Free Same-Day Pickup for orders placed by noon and Free One-Day Pickup for orders placed by 10AM. Visit the Amazon@Penn Center in 1920 Commons at 3800 Locust Walk on Monday-Friday from 9 AM-9 PM or Saturday-Sunday from 9 AM-7 PM. To add the Amazon@Penn Center as a pick-up location, visit amazon.com/penn

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The Barash Group

The Barash Group is a 63 year old second-generation family advertising business serving the Philadelphia area. We pride ourselves on delivering creative ideas and products that get results and enhance any promotion or event.

Our company is fortunate to work with a diverse range of organizations at the University of Pennsylvania. We are including examples of some of the promotional products we have created in the last few years.

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Penn Faculty and Staff Personal Climate Pledge

The Penn Faculty and Staff Climate Pledge (PennFacultyClimatePledge.Org) was developed by “CIRCE”, the Faculty Senate Select Committee on the Institutional Response to the Climate Emergency, and has been endorsed by the Faculty Senate

The pledge commits signatories to five simple actions, from reducing their household carbon footprint to reviewing their retirement accounts. While the University has made significant commitments to an institutional carbon action plan, CIRCE’s research shows that faculty and staff residences and retirement accounts produce about as many carbon emissions as the main campus and the endowment. 

We hope to create momentum for reducing individual carbon footprints and to demonstrate to the staff’s and faculty’s visible engagement with issues around climate change and sustainability.

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Campus Copy

Campus Copy Center has been serving businesses of all sizes throughout the Philadelphia area since 1959. Our successful growth is due to our belief in offering a quality product blended with unrivaled service. Campus Copy Center is a family owned and operated company. We offer personalized service, printing, shipping, binding, design and much more. We take pride offering the finest workmanship available.

Collective Success Network

The Collective Success Network is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit* that supports first-generation and/or low-income (FGLI) college students to achieve their academic and career aspirations through empowering mentorship, professional development, and leadership opportunities. We connect students with professional mentors and prepare them to enter professional career paths. In parallel, we collaborate with the wider business community to create innovative solutions to increase college success rates and build a socioeconomically diverse talent pipeline.

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Cosí Catering

Cosí is available to cater your next event! We’re proud to have served millions of happy guests over 30 years.

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Division of Human Resources

The Division of Human Resources offers programs and resources to help you develop your career and professional goals.

Human Resources: Be In The Know

Penn’s Division of Human Resources offers benefits-eligible faculty and staff a variety of programs, resources, and initiatives to support your overall well-being, including the Be in the Know campaign.

Be in the Know is Penn’s annual wellness campaign, running July 1, 2022–June 30, 2023. Each year is a fresh opportunity to engage in your health and well-being, while earning points and rewards. For the 2022 –2023 campaign year, continue to earn up to $300 in Pulse Cash rewards by completing qualifying activities, including a biometric screening –with free, fast, and convenient on-campus biometric screening appointments available between October 4 –November 22.

As part of Be in the Know, faculty and staff can also utilize resources through Penn’s wellness platform partnership with Virgin Pulse. The platform offers health-enhancing programs, exciting rewards (including gift cards, wellness items, and charitable donations), opportunities to engage with colleagues, and both a desktop platform and mobile app. The“Steps for Success” campaign design offers faculty and staff over 90 “Ways to Earn” qualifying activities from which to choose to best support your overall well-being.

For complete Be in the Know campaign details, please visit www.hr.upenn.edu/beintheknow or https://join.virginpulse.com/penn.

Human Resources: CARE.COM

Care.com offers of an array of services that enable families to find, manage and pay for care and provide employment opportunities for caregivers. These include a robust suite of safety tools and resources, easy ways for caregivers to be paid and obtain professional benefits, household tax and payroll services for families, and customized corporate benefits packages covering child care and senior care services.

  • Utilize the Care.com benefit to find care for your family and household.
  • Use your Premium Care.com Membership to find care for your children, adult loved ones, pets, home, and more!
  • Use Child and Adult Backup Care to find care for your family when your regular care isn’t available.
  • Access additional resources through Care.com.


Human Resources: “Chats with Jack”
Your Chance to talk directly with Jack Heuer, Senior VP for Human Resources

Inviting all monthly-paid staff:  Please register your interest in joining an upcoming, in-person Chats with Jack session during 2022-2023.

Senior Vice President for Human Resources, Jack Heuer, Ed.D., will join a select group of monthly-paid employees to discuss all Human Resources questions brought forward. 

For each session, a small group of staff members will be invited to meet with the Vice President and a PPSA representative to further lines of communication and foster open dialogue. Staff members are selected by lottery from among all registrants with the goal of resolving frequently and not-so-frequently asked questions and communicating them to our colleagues. PPSA remains grateful for Dr. Heuer’s engagement with PPSA, especially in this intimate setting.

Sessions are currently scheduled for Noon on November 14, 2022, February 15, 2023, and May 8, 2023. For more information, write the PPSA Tri-Chairs at ppsa@lists.upenn.edu.

Human Resources: Employee Benefits

Penn’s comprehensive total rewards package is one of the most competitive in higher education. We offer market-competitive salaries and outstanding benefits that reflect the University’s commitment to excellence. For more information, go to HR Benefits.

Human Resources: Health Advocate

Health Advocate Makes Healthcare (and Life!) Easier. Learn all about Health Advocate, Penn’s trusted partner who can help you navigate the complicated healthcare system, guide you to the right care, and help you resolve a wide range of time-consuming issues . Call the same number to reach Health Advocate Licensed Counselors for confidential support for personal, family and work/life balance issues. All at no cost to you.

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Human Resources: Penn Healthy You

Penn Healthy You, as part of the Division of Human Resources, supports the health and well-being of Penn’s innovative and industrious benefits-eligible faculty and staff. We strive to provide valuable and convenient programs, resources, and initiatives inspiring optimal health, both at work and at home, plus collaborate across campus to build a culture of well-being for the entire Penn community. Penn Healthy You offerings include the Be in the Know campaign, Virgin Pulse wellness platform partnership, nutrition counseling appointments and learning opportunities with Corporate Wellness Nutrition, tobacco cessation resources, and various health, well-being, and financial wellness events and initiatives. Events include group fitness classes, monthly wellness walks, financial wellness workshops, Virgin Pulse platform live demonstrations, cooking demonstrations, and other wellness activities and workshops. For more information, please visit www.hr.upenn.edu/wellness-worklife.

Human Resources: Quality Of Work Life

Returning to Campus and Penn’s Well-being Resources – Penn is committed to creating a culture of wellness support. For information about resources, courses, virtual events, and more available to faculty and staff, visit the Well-being Resources webpage.

Human Resources: Talent Acquisition

The Talent Acquisition team ensures that all hiring managers receive support throughout the hiring process. The team of professional recruiters supports internal candidates with training such as Navigating Your Career@Penn, LinkedIn guidance, Tips for Video Interviewing, and Interview Techniques. We strive to strengthen the University’s staff population through a number of ways; including supporting and guiding school/center HR Liaisons and Hiring Officers with updates to University policy and practices around talent, best practices for hiring and attracting top candidates in the region for our institution. This includes retaining top internal candidates. It’s always a good time to think about your career and talent development. Whether you are actively seeking a new role within Penn or just seeking to enhance your professional skills, our Talent Acquisition department may be able to assist you with this through one of the many services or workshops offered. For more information, visit the Talent Acquisition website at: https://www.hr.upenn.edu/for-managers/hiring-and-recruitment

Human Resources: Talent Development

Learn about the available classes and resources to help you take control of your career. Review our free professional development classes and how to register for them. Tour Penn’s LinkedIn Learning system that provides access to hundreds of courses and tutorials taught by industry experts and leaders.

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Human Resources: TIAA CREF
TIAA logo
Passion for life, meet money for life

Helping those who help others find confidence in retirement is our mission. Founded 100+ years ago to help teachers retire with dignity, our reach now extends well beyond education. We stand hand-in-hand with 5M+ clients to help fortify their money and ignite their dreams.

At TIAA responsible investing is more than a philosophy, it’s an essential part of our history and our future. We believe that three principles—ESG integration, engagement and impact—are critical to unlocking investment potential and providing lasting benefits for our clients and communities. Join us to learn more about this evolving investment discipline, what’s driving investor demand and the potential benefits of
incorporating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investments into your retirement portfolio including those available.

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Human Resources: Tuition Benefits

We encourage you to take advantage of Penn’s exceptional tuition benefits. If you’re a full-time faculty or staff member in a benefits-eligible position, you, your dependent children, and your spouse can get tuition assistance here at Penn. Your dependent children are also eligible for tuition assistance at other institutions.


Division of Public Safety

The Division of Public Safety is an inclusive, community-based public safety program supporting the Penn and West Philadelphia community. The Penn Police Department and Allied Security Officers provide comprehensive support throughout the Penn patrol zone, which extends from 30th Street to 43rd Street (east to west) and Market Street to Baltimore Avenue (north to south). We offer beneficial safety and wellness resources, including Walking Escorts, self-defense trainings, and safety presentations. Reach us anytime by calling our 24/7 Penn Comm Emergency Communications Center at 215-573-3333 or 511(from any campus phone).

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eShip@Penn and Penn PersonalShip

eShip@Penn® is the University’s enhanced express shipping process. In addition, Penn students, faculty and staff now have access to the University’s new PersonalShip program, which allows you to ship your express mail packages via UPS and DHL at Penn’s discounted rates, resulting in significant savings on shipping costs.


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Institute of Contemporary Art

The Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania believes in the power of art and artists to inform and inspire. The ICA is free for all to engage and connect with the art of our time. Since our founding, ICA exhibitions have aimed to bring under-recognized artists to the attention of the broader world.

Founded in 1963 by the visionary dean of the school of architecture, Holmes Perkins, who wanted to expose students to what was “new and happening” in art and culture, ICA has developed an international reputation as a preeminent venue for contemporary art and culture. A non-collecting museum, ICA is also one of the only kunsthalles in America. As part of the University of Pennsylvania, our artist-centric program is complemented by the intellectual rigor of a premier academic institution.


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Environmental Health and Radiation Safety (EHRS)

The Office of Environmental Health and Radiation Safety (EHRS) promotes health, safety and environmental protection in teaching, research, health care and administrative activities by providing services, advice, and compliance resources.

EHRS PowerPoint

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LGBT Center

The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center’s mission is to enrich the experiences, foster success, celebrate victories, and affirm the existence of Penn’s LGBTQ+ undergraduates, professional and graduate students, staff, faculty, and alum using the lenses of social justice and intersectionality. Through education, support, and advocacy, the Center cultivates a campus climate where all students, regardless of their gender or sexual identity, can live authentically. Visit us at: Penn’s LGBT.

MANNA – Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance

MANNA uses nutrition to improve health for people with serious illnesses who need nourishment to heal. By providing medically tailored meals and nutrition education, we empower people to improve their health and quality of life.

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Master in Law Program – Penn Carey Law


The Master in Law program The Master in Law (ML) Program educates professionals in the legal issues that intersect with their field and academic interests. Penn Staff & Faculty have three options available to engage with the laws, legal issues, and regulations that impacts their field: the ML Degree program, the Certificate in Law program, and by experiencing ad-hoc coursework. We invite you to learn more about the program by scheduling an appointment or attending an upcoming information session.

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Morris Arboretum

The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is a historic public garden and educational institution. It promotes an understanding of the relationship between plants, people and place through programs that integrate science, art, and the humanities. PennCard holders receive complimentary admission to the Arboretum. Morris Arboretum offers a $10 off memberships for online purchases with promo code PENN10. Come visit us!

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Netter Center for Community Partnerships

Founded in 1992, the Barbara and Edward Netter Center for Community Partnerships is the University’s primary vehicle for advancing civic and community engagement at Penn. It brings together the resources and assets of both the University and the wider community to help solve universal problems such as poverty, health inequities, environmental sustainability, and inadequate, unequal education as they are manifested in the University’s local geographic area of West Philadelphia and Philadelphia at large. The Netter Center develops and helps implement democratic, mutually transformative, place-based partnerships between Penn and West Philadelphia that advance research, teaching, learning, practice, and service and improve the quality of life on campus and in the community. The Netter Center works with and serves as a model for other higher education institutions across the United States and around the world.

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Office of Audit, Compliance & Privacy

Our office provides services in three distinct yet related disciplines – audit, compliance, and privacy – in support of the vision to advance the University of Pennsylvania and Penn Medicine from excellence to eminence in the core endeavors of teaching, research, and service.

Office of Information Security

ISC Office of Information Security coordinates security services and projects across campus to help safeguard the University’s information assets against unauthorized use, disclosure, modification, damage, or loss. This is accomplished by providing a common framework and vocabulary to help manage information security consistently and comprehensively in collaboration with Penn’s Schools and Centers. 


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Office of Government & Community Affairs

We design and implement advocacy strategies to advance the University’s mission and interests with federal, state, and city governments. We connect our campus community to neighbors, civic groups, and nonprofit organizations for meaningful engagement. We coordinate voter registration activities and organize campus polling places. At a time when communication, connectivity, and collaboration have never been more important, we link Penn’s partners in government and in the community with the critical thinkers, innovators, educators, and learners who power our nation’s first university.


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Office of the Ombuds

The Ombuds Office welcomes any member of the Penn community who is experiencing difficulty, conflict, or confusion at work, within their studies, or throughout their life at the University more broadly. We offer an accessible and safe place to resolve differences, explore matters of concern, improve communication, and generate and evaluate options.

Our mission is to ameliorate those conditions that may impede community members finding satisfaction with their lives at Penn. Our door is open to students, staff, and faculty. We encourage people to contact us at the earliest stages of a problem so that we can assist before it escalates.


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Penn Athletics

GO QUAKER NATION! You don’t need to be a student to experience Quaker Nation. Find out more regarding ticket sales and special events under Penn Athletics!

Penn Bookstore

Located in the heart of campus, the Penn Bookstore, the official Bookstore of the University of Pennsylvania, is your campus resource for Penn branded apparel and merchandise, books, technology products, supplies, and much more. Shop a newly expanded assortment online at www.upenn.edu/bookstore or visit us in person, Monday-Sunday at 3601 Walnut Street to browse our expansive selection of books, merchandise, and apparel. When shopping in store, Faculty and Staff receive a 10% discount on their in-store personal purchases upon presenting a valid PennCard. Departments save 10% on purchases made with a ProCard or PO. Penn Bookstore also accepts Barnes & Noble Gift Cards for instore purchases. And, take advantage of the Penn Bookstore’s fully-licensed Starbucks Cafe, located on the second floor.



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Penn Campus Rec

Penn Campus Recreation is the University’s resource for fitness and wellness programming. All Penn students, faculty and staff are eligible for membership, and can use both Pottruck and Fox Fitness Centers. Beyond cardio and strength equipment, Campus Rec has a robust group exercise program, climbing wall, golf simulator, aquatics program, and premium instructional offerings. Intramural sports are open to the Penn community, and a great way to enjoy sports in a social setting. Please follow @PennCampusRec on social media or visit www.recreation.upenn.edu for more information on all we have to offer!

The PennCard Center

In addition to managing the University’s official Identification Card, the PennCard Center offers several convenient services to the Penn Community. Visit for stamps, passport and visa photos, or notary services at the conveniently located PennCard Center inside the Penn Bookstore.

The PennCard Center
Penn Bookstore, 2nd Floor
3601 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-417-2273 (CARD)

Penn Children’s Center

The Penn Children’s Center (PCC) is the University’s on-campus child care center serving children from 3 months through the age of 5.  Now is a great time to connect with PCC!  The pandemic has changed family life in many ways.  As a result, PCC has unprecedented availability in our preschool program and significantly reduced waiting lists for our infant and toddler programs.    We are always available to answer questions about PCC at (215) 898-5268.  For more information, check out our webpage at https://cms.business-services.upenn.edu/childcare/

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Penn Employee Solution Center

The Penn Employee Solution Center is part of Penn’s initiative to improve our people-centered services and provide consistent, up-to-date responses to the University community’s questions.

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Penn Food and Wellness Collaboration

Did you know Penn has an on-campus farm? Each year, the farm grows thousands of pounds of organic produce to support food access initiatives and hosts a wide variety of programming including research, internships, class visits, courses, workshops, volunteer opportunities, and events! The Penn Park Farm, which originated through the Penn Food and Wellness Collaborative (PFWC), is a unique, multidisciplinary initiative that engages stakeholders from across the Penn community around four central pillars of wellness, food access, sustainability, and education. Wellness at Penn, Penn’s Center for Public Health, and Facilities and Real Estate Services (FRES) joined together to establish the PFWC in 2019. FRES provides expertise in planning, land stewardship, design, operations, and maintenance. PFWC’s flagship site is the Penn Park Farm, Penn’s first and only on-campus farm.

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Penn Home Ownership Services

West Philadelphia, home to the Penn campus, sits across from the Schuylkill River from Center City, Philadelphia. The neighborhood is characterized by tree-lined residential neighborhoods with pre-war apartment buildings, brick-row homes, ornate Victorian twins and charming single-family homes. Penn Home Ownership Services, helps foster the University’s commitment to neighborhood development by offering incentives, and support to faculty and staff to purchase and renovate homes.

The Office of Penn Home Ownership Services offers eligible employees the opportunity to apply for closing cost assistance for home purchasing and funds towards home improvement. The department also offers resources for home buyers and educational workshops. If you are interested in living in the greater West Philadelphia neighborhood, Penn Home Ownership Services is a valuable resource!

Ambika Singh, program director of Penn Home Ownership Services, will provide info on the PHOS programs and answer any questions on general tips for those interested in purchasing a home.

Contact Ambika Singh at ambikas@upenn.edu for more information about the PHOS program.


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Penn Hospitality Services

Hospitality Services offers a selection of amenities for all on campus and off campus partners. Hospitality Services can help plan and execute on and off campus events and conferences, in person and virtual event registration, plans and executes summer programming and housing, assists with dining and catering needs and also provides extended stay housing for any individual associated with the University of Pennsylvania. Please reach out to our Associate Director of Sales and Marketing, Lauren Haynes, Lahaynes@upenn.edu for more information.

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Penn Ice Rink / Class of 1923 Arena

The University of Pennsylvania Class of 1923 Ice Skating Rink has a rich history. In 1968, a group called the “Friends of Pennsylvania Hockey” and the Class of 1923, led by Howard Butcher III, decided to donate the 3.2 million dollar facility to the University of Pennsylvania. At the time of the donation, it was the largest class gift in Penn’s history.  Howard Butcher III, Dr. John Cleveland, and Bill R. Wise led the development of the class donation. The rink was dedicated on October 24, 1970 and opened to serve Penn and neighboring skating community.

The facility operates as the second largest collegiate arena in Pennsylvania. It was operated by the University of Pennsylvania Athletic department from 1972-1980 and Comcast-Spectacor from 1981-1983.  Penn’s University of Pennsylvania’s Division of  Business Services assumed oversight in 1983 and remains in that role. Throughout this time, the facility has hosted: Penn Varsity and Club ice hockey, Drexel University’s ice hockey club, Villanova’s and St Joseph’s ice hockey, Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia Freeze women’s ice hockey, Philadelphia Bulldogs professional roller hockey, Scott Hamilton’s Champions on Ice, Disney on Ice, multiple concerts, trade shows (including the Penn Computer Connection’s Back-to-School sale), and the first three years of PennMOVES, an annual sale of items students did not take with them when they left campus at the end of the academic year.

In 2019, the Penn Ice Rink celebrated the completion of an $8.2 million renovation project that supported numerous upgrades and improvements to the facility, which has enhanced the overall experience, extended the rink’s hours for near year-round operation, and provided long-term operational sustainability, as well as allow Snider Hockey to expand the delivery of its nationally-acclaimed youth enrichment services to a wider audience. Click here to access Penn Ice Rink’s website.

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Penn Leads the Vote

Penn Leads the Vote (PLTV) is a student-run, non-partisan program that increases voter engagement and voting while advancing Penn’s role of supporting the democratic and civic engagement of Penn students.  PLTV is university-wide and its leadership comes from both the undergraduate and graduate student bodies of the University of Pennsylvania. During election cycles, PLTV connects the Penn community with the resources needed to register and check registration, to be informed, and to get out to the polls.  Throughout the year, PLTV encourages students to learn about and engage with current issues and politics at the local, state, and national level.

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Penn Libraries

The Penn Libraries’ dedicated staff, diverse collections, and specialized services are at the ready to help every member of the Penn community make the most of this unprecedented new school year. Whether you need assistance locating grant sources to support your next research project or census records to uncover your family’s history, are looking for scholarly literature for a class assignment or a new bestseller, or you just want to borrow a movie for weekend viewing, the Penn Libraries can help. To learn more, visit www.library.upenn.edu.

As the University of Pennsylvania’s home for the performing arts, Penn Live Arts connects diverse audiences with visionary artists and innovative ideas, engaging both the University and the greater Philadelphia community in transformative artistic experiences. Each season offers beloved dance companies, jazz and world music greats, a family-friendly cirque series and so much more. Penn staff and faculty receive a 20% discount for all Penn Live Arts performances. Visit PennLiveArts.org to see all upcoming events and use promo code PENN to save on up to four tickets per performance.

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Penn LPS

The College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS) offers ambitious students—from veterans and international scholars to high school students and working professionals—opportunities to develop the skills they need to thrive in a changing global society. Wherever you are in life or in the world, the power of Penn is open to you.

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Penn Museum

Open for world adventure—with enhanced safety measures. Free to Penn employees, the Penn Museum, also known as the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, is conveniently located across the street from Franklin Field. 

The Museum is home to remarkable objects and powerful stories that emerge from excavation and research across the world. Gain an understanding of our shared humanity and find your own place in the arc of human history—from the pharaohs of ancient Egypt to the lives of Native American communities today.

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Penn Professional Staff Assembly (PPSA)

Penn Professional Staff Assembly (PPSA) serves monthly paid staff members of the University of Pennsylvania.  PPSA provides a forum through which staff can engage in dialogue about issues facing the University and higher education.

Our mission is to connect the Penn community by providing a supportive network to assist the University in achieving its goals and objectives.  We enrich the quality of experience and work life for the professional staff by serving as an informational network to promote seminars and programs.

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Penn Procurement Services

Purchasing Services is responsible for central procurement leadership at Penn. This team sources and negotiates favorable supply chain solutions, manages supplier relationships, and implements innovative procurement solutions. Purchasing Services achieves positive impact in economic inclusion, environmental sustainability, and responsible supply chain management.

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Penn Sustainability

Penn Sustainability is a University-wide initiative to advance environmental sustainability at the University of Pennsylvania, and coordinate programs to develop a more sustainable campus. The Penn Sustainability Office is located within the Division of Facilities and Real Estate Services but relies on student, faculty, and staff partners throughout campus in order to implement sustainability across a variety of topics, including utilities, academics, waste, and transportation. To learn more, visit our website: sustainability.upenn.edu.


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Penn Today

If there’s news at Penn, you’ll find it here. We strive to bring you faculty, staff, and student profiles, research updates, and the latest happenings on campus. SUBSCRIBE TODAY!


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Penn Transit and Parking

Penn Transportation and Parking deliver a wide selection of essential services to the Penn Community. The departments are dedicated to providing superior service that offers safe, convenient, sustainable, and accessible options to those who come to this world-renown institution to work, study, and visit.  Penn Transit Services operates a robust transportation network that accommodates over 100,000 passengers every year. Flexible parking permit options meet the requirements of commuters who work at the University while visitors to this attractive urban campus will find a range of parking lots and garages conveniently located near their final destination. 

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Penn Travel and Expense Management

The Penn Travel and Expense Management team provides travel related services to the Penn community. Travel Services is responsible for the development and administration of all travel related policies and procedures for the University. For information or assistance related to making travel reservations, applying for a Penn Travel Card, tracking and managing expenses through the Concur system, and much more, visit the Penn TEM website.


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Penn Vet Working Dog Center

Opened on September 11, 2012, the Penn Vet Working Dog Center is the nation’s premier research and educational facility dedicated to harnessing the unique strengths of our canine partners and producing an elite group of scent-detection dogs for public safety and health. Dogs in the program are named in honor of individuals who lost their lives on 9/11 and canine heroes who served following the attacks.

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PNC Bank

PNC Home

PNC WorkPlace Banking® For Your Employees
Our unique bank-at-work program can help make your financial life easier. You may earn certain offers and rewards on select banking products and services when you open and use a qualifying checking product. You also gain access to the insight and experience of PNC financial specialists. Visit www.pnc.com/workplace/employee to view offer details and learn more.

In exchange for the opportunity to promote its programs to the Penn Community, PNC provides Penn with financial contributions that Penn uses to sustain important student programs and other University initiatives.

PNC WorkPlace Banking is a registered service mark of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
©2018 The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.
All rights reserved. PNC Bank, National Association. Member FDIC


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SHOP PENN Retail District

There’s something for everyone, in the heart of the nation’s most beautiful and historic university campus.  SHOP PENN offers an inspired, contemporary shopping and dining experience, open to all. Spanning ten city blocks from 30th to 40th  Streets and across Spruce, Walnut, and Chestnut Streets, SHOP PENN features more than 75 carefully curated shopping and  dining outlets.

Explore our diverse offerings—including national brands and independent shops—in person or visit our website to order online from home or work, with many retailers providing delivery for your convenience.   You can also purchase gift cards to support our local SHOP PENN retailers and enjoy all they have to offer. 

Follow SHOP PENN on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the latest openings and offerings, promotions, and information about your neighborhood retail community. 

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Society For Clinical Research Coordination & Management (SCRCM)

The Society for Clinical Research Coordination and Management (SCRCM) supports the professional development of Penn clinical research personnel, (i.e. Clinical Research Coordinators, Research Project Managers) and other research staff (i.e. Business Administrators, Research Assistants etc.). In addition, working alongside the Office of Clinical Research (OCR), it strives to optimize the clinical research environment, enhance research compliance and facilitate research conduct. This is accomplished by: •Improving processes that maximize the quality of research programs, promoting human subject protections and fostering compliance with local, state and federal regulations and University and Perelman SOM policies. •Providing a forum for networking and collaboration with peers, and for educating SCRCM members •Establishing a platform that enables communication and collaboration among SCRCM members, the broader research community, the University and Health System administration •Defining the professional status of our community and promoting the recognition of the profession among SCRCM members, faculty, Penn Medicine (PSOM and UPHS) administration and the University. Our Mission: The Society of Clinical Research Coordination and Management represents the clinical research staff at the University of Pennsylvania and promotes their professional development.

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The Spruce Foundation

The Spruce Foundation is an all volunteer, next-gen-led nonprofit based in Philadelphia. We’re focused on cultivating the next generation of philanthropists through community giving and grantmaking in support of Philadelphia’s youth. To fulfill this mission, we offer year-round opportunities to engage young professionals in the local philanthropic scene through Spruce Council, and we open applications for the Spruce Foundation board every spring. You can learn more at www.sprucefoundation.org.


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University of Pennsylvania Credit Union


We are a member-owned, not-for-profit financial institution that exists to provide superior financial products and services to our members.


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Weekly Paid Professional Staff Assembly (WPPSA)

The Weekly Paid Professional Staff Assembly (WPPSA) provides opportunities for full-time weekly-paid, non-union employees of Penn to discuss and contribute to various university issues, through appointed positions on university committees. WPPSA informs staff about programs/speakers that might 1) enhance and develop employees’ professional/personal lives or 2) address the needs and concerns of full-time weekly-paid professional staff by providing motivation, leadership, support, and humanitarianism. Visit us at https://wppsa.upenn.edu/.

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WXPN is a nationally recognized leader in Triple A programming and the premier place for music discovery. As a member-supported radio station of the University of Pennsylvania, we offer handcrafted and curated broadcast and digital programming, editorial coverage of local and national music, and a variety of events including Free At Noon, a free live concert performance every Friday at World Cafe Live in the University City District of Philadelphia.

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YouDecide logo it's all about you

Welcome to YouDecide! A service provided for the University of Pennsylvania’s Faculty and Staff. The YouDecide discount program provides discounts to you and your family members on top brands you enjoy every day. Saving money has never been easier. Simply log in, search, and save!


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Wolf Humanities Center

The Wolf Humanities Center is Penn’s main hub for interdisciplinary humanities research and public programming. Established in 2017 by a gift from Noelle and Dick Wolf, the center grew out of the Penn Humanities Forum, founded in 1999. The Wolf Center’s goals are to demonstrate how vital the humanities are to the life of the mind and the health of society, and how fundamentally connected they are with many areas of urgent inquiry in medicine, law, business, and the sciences. At the same time, we are mindful that this contemporary relevance rests in large part on the humanities’ commitment to understanding the distant past and to pursuing projects of deep and arduous research which may bear no obvious connection to the here and now. The humanities as we define them are broad and inclusive, and we take pride at the Wolf Center in fostering a lively diversity of perspectives, approaches, and constituencies. 

Whether you are a member of the Penn faculty or staff, an undergraduate or graduate student, a local resident interested in history, art, and culture, or a visitor via the internet, the Wolf Humanities Center welcomes you to join us in considering our common stake in the “thinking arts.”

About PPSA

The Penn Professional Staff Assembly (PPSA) is a volunteer organization that serves monthly-paid staff members of the University of Pennsylvania.  PPSA provides a forum through which staff can engage in dialogue about issues facing the University and higher education. We enrich the quality of experience and work life for the professional staff by serving as an informational network to promote seminars and programs. Visit us at https://ppsa.upenn.edu/.

Penn Professional Staff Assembly website