Campus Improvements

Campus Improvements

Giving Opportunity


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Penn perpetually reinvents itself, continually rising to the challenge of creating intellectually stimulating spaces that encourage forward thinking and foster collaboration. Penn’s commitment to...

Schools and Centers


Just as diversity enriches the fabric of everyday life on campus, the wide array of athletic and recreational opportunities made possible by Penn Athletics enriches the experience of our students and...
Penn Dental Medicine
A world leader in dental education, research, and care, Penn Dental Medicine continues to advance its mission to educate predoctoral and graduate dental students in the highest quality clinical and...
Penn Libraries
The Penn Libraries began in 1750 with gifts of books and support from Benjamin Franklin. Today, the Penn Libraries―a vibrant and universal scholarly resource reimagined for the 21st century―has grown...
Perelman School of Medicine students
America’s first medical school is still among our nation’s finest. The Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine has long stood at the forefront of medical research, education, and patient care―...
School of Design
There are no boundaries at PennDesign. We recognize that design has not only a global reach, but the ability to influence the roles and opportunities available in the world around us today, and the...
School of Veterinary Medicine
A global leader in veterinary medicine education, research, and clinical care, the School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet) continues to advance not only veterinary medicine, but all science. Through...

Story/Project


On December 4, the six-story Neural and Behavioral Sciences (NBS) Building was “topped off,” as everyone who made the new building possible, from the construction crew to major donors, gathered to...
After a nearly two-year restoration, the Arts, Research, and Culture House (ARCH) is back at the heart of campus―and it’s better than ever. The $26 million project, made possible by a $15 million...
Built in 1971, the Class of 1949 Generational Bridge extends Locust Walk safely over 38th Street, and pays homage to the legacy of the committed alumni and friends who have made Penn what it is today...

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