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Contact Us

Penn Summer is administered by the College of Liberal and Professional Studies, a division of Penn’s School of Arts & Sciences.

Have questions?

Our program teams and advisors are available to help you with questions about courses, registration, campus resources, and more. Reach out by email or phone:

Penn Summer Sessions
(215) 898-7326

  • Jaime Kelly, Director, Certificate and Non-Degree Programs
  • Amy Mulhern, Academic Advisor

Penn Summer High School Programs
(215) 898-7326

  • Tiffany Clayton, Director of High School Programs
  • Max Vasapoli, Manager of High School Programs 

Penn Summer Abroad
(215) 746-7075

  • Lauren Fiori, EdD, Associate Director of International Programs

Office location

The office for the College of Liberal and Professional Studies is conveniently located on the first floor of 3440 Market Street, which is on the southwest corner of 34th and Market Streets.

There are numerous ways to reach our offices. If you drive, there are nearby public parking garages. There also are subway and trolley stops at the corner of 34th and Market Streets and several bus stops within two blocks of the office. Maps of campus are available for reference.

College of Liberal and Professional Studies
University of Pennsylvania

Tel: (215) 898-7326
Fax: (215) 573-2053

3440 Market Street
Suite 100
Philadelphia, PA


If you are on campus, and you have an emergency when the University is closed, please contact the University’s Division of Public Safety at (215) 573-3333. Members of the Penn community should register with PennAlert to receive emergency communications directly.

Emergency closings will be recorded on the voicemail message for the College of Liberal and Professional Studies’ main phone number, (215) 898-7326. In the case of inclement weather or other emergencies that could affect the opening of the University, please call (215) 898-6358 after 7 a.m.