School is an exciting and life-changing experience. There are lots of ups, but sometimes there are downs. Know where to go for help if you or a friend are feeling uneasy, unwell, or want to talk to someone.
Penn offers many opportunities for students to participate in competitive team sports and stay physically fit at state-of-the-art, world-class training centers
Student Counseling/CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services) provides professional psychological and psychiatric services to students who need support in fulfilling their academic, social, and personal objectives. CAPS directly supports student mental health through counseling, crisis management, consultation, education and outreach, and training. CAPS has two embedded Wharton clinicians, and students with urgent concerns can talk with a CAPS clinician 24/7 at 215.898.7021 (press 1) or visit CAPS’ main office at 3624 Market Street during business hours.
Student Health provides students with accessible, cost-effective, culturally-sensitive, and student-focused healthcare, including care for acute and chronic health problems, preventive health services, and health and wellness education.
The Office of Student Disabilities Services works closely with students who self-identify in order to ensure equal access to all University programs activities and services.
AOD works to reduce harm related to alcohol and other drug use at Penn.
Provides personal finance education, tools, and resources to enhance students’ financial well-being.
PVP engages the Penn community in the prevention of sexual violence, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment on campus. PVP provides education and outreach and the staff serves as confidential resources for students.
From riding your bike on campus, to preventing unattended theft, the Division of Public Safety wants to make sure you have the information you need to protect your safety and your belongings.
This Division-sponsored student organization works to implement initiatives targeted at specific wellness issues in the Wharton community by creating experiences, fostering a positive culture of well-being, and connecting clubs/students to wellness resources.