The Office of Student Affairs has responsibility for student activities and governance, University Life leadership programs, and campus-wide special events such as Family Weekend, Spring Fling, Hey Day and Ivy Day. Let us help you get involved at Penn.
Beginning February 1, 2021 Penn undergraduate, graduate, and professional student organizations may submit requests for in-person meetings, rehearsals, and/or events (“events”) which the group hopes to hold this semester, indoors or outdoors. Student groups should not request consideration more than two weeks before the desired date, as all requests must be evaluated based on the prevailing public health guidance at the time of submission.
During this time of remote operations, the OSA is committed to maintaining meaningful student engagement opportunities. Please review our guidance for Spring 2021 Group Guidance , visit our COVID19 FAQ for regular updates and check out some of tools and suggestions for Virtual Engagement.
Additionally, we hosted a Q&A Session for student groups regarding the Spring 2021 Guidance document. Click Here to review the recording of this session.
Our staff has not yet returned to the office, so please be in contact via email.
Since the university is providing student Zoom Pro accounts, the Office of Student Affairs is no longer providing student Zoom Pro accounts. For student groups with existing Zoom Pro accounts, please contact us via email for support.
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