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宾夕法尼亚大学

宾夕法尼亚大学

University of Pennsylvania

  • 美国, 宾夕法尼亚州
  • 私立大学
  • $ 45890

    一年学费
  • 12%

    录取比例
  • 11678

    学生人数
  • 2%

    城市华人

学校信息

学校介绍
宾大是美国第一所现代意义上的大学,拥有北美第一所商学院—沃顿商学院

宾夕法尼亚大学坐落在美国的历史名城费城,是常春藤联盟学校中学生人数第二多的学校,本科生约有1万人, 也是常春藤联盟学校中最注重职业培训的学校。她的文理学院、商学、工程学、应用科学(研究生)、传播学(研究生)和护理学(研究生)等都是世界一流的。当然,我们最为熟悉的还是她的沃顿商学院,是现代MBA的发源地。不过就学术声誉而言,有评论认为宾大的研究生教育胜过本科生阶段。

仅从她的建筑风格就可以感觉出来,宾夕法尼亚大学承载着丰富的美国历史内涵。两位建筑师卡普和斯特沃森设计时融合了英国牛津大学、剑桥大学的建筑风格;保留了一些哥特式建筑的元素,创新并发展出了全新的校园哥特式建筑风格。

值得一提的是在宾大博物馆中,设有一个中国馆,珍藏有中国唐代文物“昭陵六骏”的两座:飒露紫、拳毛騧。 这也许能让众多中国学生在异国他乡感受到中国悠久的历史和博大精深的文化。

地理位置

本科项目申请

申请材料
材料名称 必交 选交 材料说明
申请费用 $75
高中排名 建议提交高中排名
高中成绩 提交高中成绩单,学校概况(School Profile)和学校报告(School Report)
推荐信 提交1封升学指导老师推荐信,和2封任课教师推荐信
作品集 申请视觉艺术和音乐等专业的学生,提交艺术补充材料,可在SlideRoom中提交
GPA 建议提交GPA成绩
ACT 提交SAT(加写作)或ACT(加写作)成绩,ACT送分码为3732
SAT 提交SAT(加写作)或ACT(加写作)成绩,SAT送分码为2926
SAT II 提交2门SAT2科目成绩,SAT送分码为2926
IELTS 提交托福或雅思成绩,建议申请者不低于7分,强烈建议考托福
TOEFL 提交托福或雅思成绩,托福送分码为2926,建议申请者不低于100分
申请时间表

01/01

常规录取截止日

04/01

常规录取通知日

01/00

早录取截止日

05/01

决定是否接受 Offer

毕业后职业发展

25

排名

$59300

毕业起薪

$112200

中期薪资

19%

STEM学位比例

学校信息概览

统计数据
基本信息
联系我们
University of Pennsylvania 3451 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 898-5000 www.upenn.edu
概况
创立时间: 1740-01-01
男女同校: 1
学校性质: Private Non-Profit
所在城市: Large city
校历: Semester
哲学与宗教: None
宗教信仰: None
费用
州内学生学费: $45890
外州及国际学生学费: $45890
食宿费: $12922
书本费: $1190
学生分布
全部研究生: 11678
全日制本科生: 10324
在职本科生: 1354
男生: 5626
女生: 6052
Total Grad Students: 13047
全日制研究生: 11092
在职研究生: 1955
助学金
概况
助学金截止时间: February 15 (priority)
学费保障计划: Not Available
预付学费计划: Available
学费分期付款计划: Available
州内学生学费: $45890
外州及国际学生学费: $45890
联系财务部门
电话: (215) 898-1988
邮件: sfsmail@sfs.upenn.edu
网址: http://www.sfs.upenn.edu
资助/贷款 联邦资助 机构资助 州资助 学生贷款 总计
平均数值 $6122 $33557 $2725 $5651 $29672
% 学生得到的 17% 47% 6% 19% 61%
评分
  • A+ 学术能力
  • B- 体育
  • B- 校内饮食
  • B- 校内住宿
  • A 校园品质
  • A+ 多样性
  • A- 校园规模
  • B- 保守程度
  • B 自由程度
  • C 毒品安全
  • A 希腊生活
  • A+ 姑娘和小伙儿
  • B+ 姑娘们的吸引力
  • B+ 小伙儿的吸引力
  • B 健康和安全
  • A 当地环境
  • A 校外饮食
  • B+ 校外住宿
  • C- 停车场
  • A+ 聚会
  • A+ 技术支持
  • A 交通便捷
最好 & 最坏
事实 & 统计
  • 快乐的学生
    98% of students return after their first year.
  • 教学承诺
    There are 6 students for every member of faculty on campus.
  • 可验证的成功
    96% of students will complete their education and graduate with a degree.
  • 学识渊博的教授
    98% of students surveyed rated the general knowledge of professors as above average.
  • 低课业压力
    62% of students surveyed rated the manageability of work as above average.
  • 大的寝室
    65% of students surveyed felt that dorms were more spacious than average.
  • 接纳校园社区
    66% of students surveyed said that the campus community as a whole is very accepting of members of minority groups.
  • 好的地区氛围
    93% of students surveyed said that there is always something fun and interesting going on near campus.
  • Highly Satisfied Students
    79% of students surveyed would make the same school choice if they could do it all over again.
  • 帮助找工作和实习
    68% of students surveyed said that the career center is very helpful and provides services to students beyond help landing a job.
  • 强力的校友纽带
    78% of students surveyed said the alumni network is very strong and involved in activities on campus.
  • 厉害的社会科学
    67% of students surveyed agreed that there are lots of popular activities around campus every day.
  • Genders Equally Represented
    A male-to-female ratio of 50/50 means there's a pretty even balance of students on campus.
  • 向最棒的人学习
    100% of faculty have earned the highest degree in their field.
  • 个人关注
    You can expect personal attention with 72% of classes having less than 20 students.
  • 帮助成功
    The school has academic and career counseling available to help you when you need it.
  • 获得AP学分
    If you took AP classes in high school, you might be able to get college credit for them.
  • Work Part-Time During School
    Employment services are available for students.
  • 帮助被雇佣
    Placement services are available to graduates.
  • Students Stick Around
    Only 0% of students transfer out.
  • 极端的多样性
    One of the most racially diverse campuses-52% of students are minorities.
  • 昂贵的
    Tuition is a steep $43,738, one of the most expensive rates in the country.
  • 贵的住宿费
    Living on campus doesn't come cheap, with an average housing price tag of $7,952.
Best Of
  • 1
    Spring Fling
  • 2
    Penn Relays
  • 3
    Fast-speed Internet
  • 4
    The Quad
  • 5
    The Libraries (over 5 million volumes)
  • 6
    Philly
  • 7
    Cheesesteaks
  • 8
    The Dual-Degree and Interdisciplinary programs
  • 9
    Puck Frinceton T-shirts
  • 10
    Pottruck Fitness Center
Worst Of
  • 1
    Parking
  • 2
    Inconvenient hours at the dining halls
  • 3
    Cold winters
  • 4
    Teachers with indecipherable accents
  • 5
    Stereotypical Ivy-league students
  • 6
    The wind tunnel between the high-rises
  • 7
    Slow elevators
  • 8
    Frat hopping in the winter
  • 9
    Constant construction
  • 10
    Tough workload

学校信息

学术
事实 & 统计
  • 师生比例
    6:1
  • 全职师资
    1,291
  • 兼职师资
    469
  • 全职教员
    4,751
  • 终极学位的教员
    100%
  • 平均工资
    $132,785
  • 全职保留比率
    98%
  • Part-Time Retention Rate
    88%
  • Transfer-Out Rate
    0%
  • 毕业率
    96%
  • 可提供的项目/专业
    168
  • 学术/职业咨询
    Yes
  • 治疗服务
    No
  • 班级规模
    • Fewer than 20 Students: 72%
    • 20 to 49 Students: 21%
    • 50 or More Students: 7%
  • 教育项目
    Occupational: No
    Academic: Yes
    Continuing Professional: Yes
    Recreational/Avocational: No
    Adult Basic Remedial: No
    Secondary (High School): No
  • 特殊证书机会
    Advanced Placement (AP) Credits: Yes
    Dual Credit: No
    Life Experience Credits: No
  • 本科院校/部门
    • College at Penn (School of Arts and Sciences)
    • School of Engineering and Applied Science
    • School of Nursing
    • Wharton School of Business
  • 授予学位
    • Associate degree
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Certificate
    • Doctorate - Professional practice
    • Doctorate - Research/scholarship
    • Master's degree
    • Other
    • Post-bachelor's certificate
    • Post-master's certificate
  • 最受欢迎的专业
    • Business Administration and Management: 3%
    • Finance, General: 5%
    • Law: 2%
    • Marketing/Marketing Management, General: 2%
  • 特殊的学习选项
    • Study abroad
    • Teacher certification (below the postsecondary level)
    • Weekend/evening college
  • 学校的最好的地方
    • Fisher Fine Arts Library
    • Houston Hall
    • Huntsman Hall
    • Van Pelt Library
  • 成功小贴士
    • Do not get wrapped up with the big name of the University or feel pressured to have a dual degree or graduate from Wharton. There are people that will intimidate you, but remember that being the one to graduate with the least amount accomplished from Penn is still one of the biggest achievements as a student in the nation.
    • Do your homework.
    • Get on as many school mailing lists as possible.
    • Go to office hours.
    • Learn how to manage your time effectively (alternate solution: learn how to function on two hours sleep).
    • Shop around for classes during the add/drop period.
    • Success is not always measured by grades, so don't get too stuck on numbers.
    • Talk to upperclassmen for advice.
    • Work hard, but remember to have fun.
  • 你知道吗
    • In 1778, University Provost William Smith was serving prison time due to a political struggle with the Provincial Congress of Philadelphia and chose to continue teaching his moral philosophy class from Philadelphia's Old City Jail.
    • Penn's first commencement took place on May 17th, 1757, with a graduating class of just seven.
    • Penn is home to America's first medical school (1765), business school (1881), and law classes (1850).
    • The team of architects who designed the winning rebuilding plan at Ground Zero in New York City is headed by an architect from the University of Pennsylvania, Daniel Libeskind.
    • Honors and awards bestowed upon the faculty at Penn include 2 National Medals of Science, 28 Guggenheim Fellows, 21 Fulbright Scholars, 2 Nobel Prizes, 11 National Academy of Sciences, 3 National Academy of Engineering, 11 Institute of Medicine, and 23 NEH Fellows.
学生投票

你对以下的陈述是同意还是不同意? 基于 87 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 我的大类教育要求是有价值和有意义的
  • 可以轻松选到自己想上的课程
  • 学术导师乐于助人
  • 打分是公平和公正的
  • 有很多种有趣的课程可以选择
  • 学生被鼓励去探索大范围的课程和话题
  • 课业压力可以轻松管理
  • 线上也有很多好的课程可选
  • 助教是有效的
  • 课程安排/注册过程是有效和学生友好的
  • 教室/实验室是最新的且新技术有效的

你经常做什么 基于 48 个问卷回复

从来没有
总是这样
  • 上课(讲座和讲座)
  • 做所有的家庭作业
  • 做所有被分配的阅读
  • 充分的学习
  • 有效利用研讨小组和课后答疑时间
  • 记笔记

这所学校在你申请时处于什么位置? 基于 48 个问卷回复

  • 40% 这是我的女神校
  • 58% 这是我的最想去的学校之一
  • 2% 这是我的保底学校
入学政策
入学数据
全面入学数据
全部的申请者: 31282
男性申请者: 16005
女性申请者: 15277
全部: 3830
男性接纳度: 1850
女性接纳度: 1980
录取比率: 12%
拒绝率: 63%
联系我们
电话: (215) 898-7507
邮件: info@admissions.upenn.edu
网址: http://www.admissionsug.upenn.edu
申请信息
开放入学: No
一般申请: Yes
Application Fee: $75
申请网站: http://
需要知道的重要日期 截止日期 注意事项
最早申请日期 01-00 01-00
一般时间 01-01 04-01
必须申请 05-01
入学政策
Consideration
必须 建议 非强制性
学分绩
高中学校排名
高中成绩单
大学预科课程
推荐信
面试/作品集
SAT/ACT
TOEFL
注册新生数据
全部注册新生: 2421
全日制注册男生: 1187
全日制注册女生: 1234
兼职注册男性: 0
兼职注册女性: 0
候补名单数据
申请者放置: ? 1911
接受申请者: ? 1494
注册的学生: ? 37
转换数据
接受的申请者: 2102
接纳的申请者: 296
Students EnrolledF: 175
标准化考试数据
标准化考试分数 Critical Reading Math Writing Composite (out of)
SAT分数的中位数 670 - 760 690 - 780 690 - 780 2050 - 2320 (2400)
ACT分数的中位数 31 - 35 30 - 35 8 - 10 30 - 34 (36)
总体数据
高中班级的top10%: 96%
需要的SAT/ACT: either
提交SAT的学生: 40%
提交ACT的学生: 81%
SAT单项测试的要求
没有报告的
事实 & 统计
  • 在去学校之前应该知道的事情
    • Bring a bike, especially if you'll have lots of classes in DRL and Huntsman.
    • Computers are better when portable.
    • Do everything in your power to live in the quad! Apply for residential programs, get doctor's notes, just make sure you live in the quad as a freshman.
    • Do not let your high school senioritis follow you when you get here. You will jump right into hard academics.
    • Get a random roommate freshman year.
    • Get the smallest meal plan offered.
    • Have as much fun as possible during Freshmen Orientation.
    • Skip the "Penn Reading Project."
    • You don't need half the things you want to bring.
    • You have just as little life experience as everyone else, so don't worry if you don't know all the lingo or if you're not the beer drinking champ of your high school. Just show up, talk to people, and have a good time. Take every class seriously, but don't stress out.
  • 访谈与信息会话
    An alumnus will most likely contact you for an off-campus interview in your area. On-campus interviews are usually only granted to legacy applicants.
  • 校园旅行
    January: weekdays - information session 1 p.m., campus tour 2 p.m. (closed New Year's Day); weekends - no tours or information sessions. February: weekdays - information session 1 p.m., campus tour 2 p.m.; weekends - campus tours Saturday and Sunday 12 p.m. March: weekdays - information session 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., campus tour 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; campus tour Saturday and Sunday 12 p.m. (tours are not available during Spring Break) April: weekdays - information session 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., campus tour 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; weekends - no tours or information sessions. May: weekdays - information session 1 p.m., campus tour 2 p.m. (closed Memorial Day); weekends - no tours or information sessions. June: weekdays - information session 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., campus tour 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; weekends - no tours or information sessions. July: weekdays - information session 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., campus tour 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. (closed Independence Day); weekends - information session Saturday only 11 a.m., campus tour Saturday only 12 p.m. August: weekdays - information session 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., campus tour 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; weekends - information session Saturday only 11 a.m., campus tour Saturday only 12 p.m. September: weekdays - information session 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., campus tour 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. (closed Labor Day); weekends - information session Saturday only 11 a.m., campus tour Saturday only 12 p.m. (closed Labor Day weekend) October: weekdays - information session 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., campus tour 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; weekends - information session Saturday only 11 a.m., campus tour Saturday and Sunday 12 p.m. November: weekdays - information session 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., campus tour 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. (closed Thanksgiving); weekends - information session Saturday only 11 a.m., campus tour Saturday and Sunday 12 p.m. (closed Thanksgiving Weekend, note - Sunday tours available only on Sundays before Thanksgiving). December: weekdays - information session 1 p.m., campus tour 2 p.m. (closed during winter break, December 25 - January 1); weekends - no tours or information sessions. Check www.admissionsug.upenn.edu/visiting/schooltours.php for school-specific tours.
  • 探视
    Contact the Office of Admissions two weeks prior to your visit if you wish to stay overnight. Overnight housing is available Monday through Wednesday nights during the months of October, november and February. Students need to bring a sleeping bag for their one evening stay. You will be housed with a volunteer who will offer you a view of Penn that will not be covered on a tour or in an information session. You should plan to arrive at the Admissions Office no later than 4 p.m. to meet your host.
  • 校园全景
工作 & 实习
事实 & 统计
  • 雇用服务
    Yes
  • 安置服务
    Yes
  • Other Career Services
    • Alumni Contacts
    • Career/Placement Advice
    • Funding Advice
    • Graduate School Advising
    • Job Listings
    • Job/Internship Database
    • On-Campus Recruiting
    • Recommendations (Credentials Service)
  • 找工作或者实习的建议
    Career Services is an essential tool for snagging interviews for jobs and internships. Career advisors can help you organize a résumé and give you tips for nailing an interview. If you're not sure where to apply, Career Services also provides a job and internship database, where you can search by region, type of job, and salary (among other criteria) to help find places to approach. Go over your résumé with someone at Career Services. They will tell you which points to highlight and give useful tips for formatting. Also, go to see guest lecturers who are involved with something you are interested in. You may get to meet them afterwards and gain an excellent opportunity, or you could simply learn something which will make you an even better candidate during an interview.
  • 最常雇佣毕业生的公司
    • American Management Systems (AMS)
    • Citigroup
    • Credit Suisse First Boston
    • Goldman Sachs
    • JP MorganChase
    • McKinsey
    • Merrill Lynch
    • Microsoft
    • Morgan Stanley
    • Teach for America
    • UBS
    • University of Pennsylvania
  • 进入工作市场的毕业生
    6 Months: 65%
学生投票

职业中心在学生找实习和找工作提供的帮助 基于 42 个问卷回复

  • 67% 很有帮助。他们帮助你寻找工作和实习且提供工具和工作坊。
  • 24% 有一些帮助。职业中心给学生提供了资源但并不是针对个人的。
  • 10% 有些没有用。这里有一些资源但是并不是针对个人的。
  • 0% 完全没有用。他们几乎没有帮助学生找工作和实习。

学校校友纽带的强力程度 基于 41 个问卷回复

  • 76% 很强力。校友参与了很多活动且做了很多校园招聘。
  • 24% 比较强力。这里有些活动且你可以和你需要的校友联系。
  • 0% 有些弱。几乎没有校友活动且和校友没有真正的联系。
  • 0% 几乎没有。毕业之后,校友和学校之间没有联系。
开设专业
MajorCertificateAssociateBachelor'sMaster'sDoctoral
Architecture and Planning 36 24 250 2
Architecture Studies 25 24 157
Architecture 21 24 117
Environmental Architecture and Design 1
Landscape Architecture 3 40
Historic Preservation and Conservation 10 30
Planning and Development 1 63 2
Urban, Community and Regional Planning 1 63 2
Arts 84 26 12
Art History 12 2 6
Design and Applied Arts 8
Design and Visual Communications 8
Film, Video, and Photography 19
Film and Video Studies 19
Fine Arts 28 13
Studio Arts 28 13
Music 6 3 6
Music History and Literature 6 3 6
Performing Arts 6
Drama and Theatre Production 6
Visual Arts 13
Biological Sciences 271 108 108
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 36
Bioinformatics 6 10
Biology 134 13
Biology and Biological Sciences 121 13
Biomedical Sciences and Molecular Medicine 13
Biotechnology 58
Cellular Biology 2 38
Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology 38
Epidemiology 35
Population Biology 3
Microbiology 1 7
Molecular Biology 8
Neuroscience and Neurobiology 101 1 19
Neuroscience 101 1 19
Pharmacology and Toxicology 2 13
Pharmacology 2 13
Business 89 758 937 14
Business Management 19 150 77 4
Business Administration and Management 12 36 5 1
E-Commerce 1
International Business 6 12
Non-Profit and Public Management 7 20
Operations Management 107 40 3
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Operations 159
Entrepreneurship 159
Finance and Accounting 39 430 403 9
Accounting 28
Actuarial Science 5
Finance 11 420 403 9
Insurance 5
Human Resources 9 42
Human Resources Management 9
Organizational Behavior Studies 42
Management Sciences and Information Systems 94
Management Information Systems 3
Management Sciences and Statistics 91
Sales and Marketing 22 178 162 1
Marketing 21 144 133 1
Real Estate 1 28 29
Retailing 6
Communications 93 23 11
Communication and Media Studies 93 23 11
Computer and Information Sciences 5 64 204 8
Computer Science 35 40
Computer Systems 38
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications 38
Digital Design 5
Web Page and Digital Design 5
Information Studies 29 126 8
Artificial Intelligence 19
Computer and Information Studies 29 107 8
Education 404 59
Education Studies and Research 34 7
Curriculum 2 7
Educational Research 13
Foundations of Education 19
Educational Administration and Supervision 87 46
Educational Administration 39 29
Higher Education Administration 48 17
Teaching 283 6
Elementary Education 62
English and Speech Teacher Education 13
High School Education 64
Mathematics Teacher Education 6
Reading Teacher Education 37 6
Science Teacher Education 26
Social Studies Teacher Education 12
Teaching English as a Second Language 63
Engineering 287 264 49
Biological Engineering 81 39 15
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering 81 39 15
Chemical Engineering 45 21 7
Civil and Surveying Engineering 2
Civil Engineering 2
Computer Engineering 7
Computer Hardware Engineering 7
Electrical and Communications Engineering 26 63 6
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 26 63 6
Engineering Studies 43
Mechanical Engineering and Technology 62 33 13
Mechanical Engineering 62 33 13
Plastics and Materials Engineering 25 37 8
Materials Engineering 25 37 8
Systems Engineering 41 26
Environmental Sciences 18 24
Conservation and Environmental Studies 18 19
Environmental and Marine Sciences 3
Environmental Studies 18 16
Natural Resource Management 5
Natural Resources Management and Policy 5
Health Care 30 108 382 269
Dental Studies 24 5 142
Advanced Dentistry and Oral Sciences 24 5
Dentistry 142
Health and Medical Administrative Services 25 83 3
Health Care Management 25 83 3
Medicine and Medical Studies 6 83
Health Service Preparatory Studies 13
Medicine 6 70
Mental and Social Health Services 83
Community Health Services and Counseling 83
Nursing 190
Adult Health Nursing 8
Family Practice and Pediatric Nursing 94
Nurse Anesthetist 20
Nursing Administration 10
Nursing Science, Education, and Practice 25
Registered Nursing (RN) 33
Public Health 21
Environmental Health 3
Public Health Studies 18
Veterinary Studies 124
Veterinary Medicine 124
Languages and Literature 243 45 46
English 120 17 24
English Language Studies 120 17 24
Language Studies and Linguistics 16 5 6
Comparative Literature 5 2 5
Linguistics, Interpretation, and Translation 11 3 1
Regional Language and Literature Studies 59 14 11
Arabic Language and Literature 6 5 5
East Asian Languages and Literatures 19 8 2
German Language and Literature 4
Latin and Ancient Greek Studies 25 1 4
Russian and Eastern European Languages and Literature 5
Romance Languages 48 9 5
French Language and Literature 14
Italian Language and Literature 3
Romance Languages and Literatures 3 9 5
Spanish Language and Literature 28
Law 111 273
Law and Legal Studies 111 273
Law Studies 273
Legal Studies 111
Mathematics & Statistics 80 21 16
Computational and Applied Mathematics 6
Mathematics 57 8 8
Statistics 23 7 8
Philosophy and Religion 129 3 3
Philosophy Studies 124 3 3
Ethics 91
Logic 1
Philosophy 32 3 3
Religion 5
Religious Studies 5
Physical Sciences 44 63 44
Chemistry and Chemical Technology 25 33 27
Chemistry 25 33 27
Earth Sciences 5
Geology and Earth Science 5
Physics 19 25 17
Psychology & Counseling 118 147 7
Clinical Psychology and Counseling 81
Counseling Psychology 81
Psychology 118 50 7
Psychology Studies 16
Developmental and Child Psychology 16
Social Sciences & Liberal Arts 16 589 256 50
Area and Ethnic Studies 22 2
African American Studies 1 2
African Studies 6
Asian Studies 4
Latin American Studies 3
Women's Studies 8
Economics 6
Economics and Econometrics 6
History 155 12 21
Human Development 21
Cognitive Science 21
International Studies and Government 16 247 70 3
International Relations and National Security Studies 84
International Studies 39 66
Political Science and Government 16 124 4 3
Liberal Arts and Humanities 22 105
Social Sciences 122 61 26
Anthropology and Archaeology 36 11 8
Criminology 11 26 1
Geography 8
Social Science Research Methods 3
Sociology 31 16 17
Urban Studies and Affairs 41
Social Services 10 253 20
Public Policy, Administration, and Social Work 10 253 20
Public Administration 65
Public Policy Analysis 10 2 1
Social Work and Youth Services 186 19
奖学金
学生投票

哪一个陈述更好地描述了你在学校的财务资助经历? 基于 131 个问卷回复

  • 42% 很顺畅,并且我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 18% 过程有点儿苦难,但是我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 7% 完全是令人头疼的一件事情,并且使用了各种方式来接受补助。
  • 16% 是一个开放的过程并且我正在解决它。
  • 17% 我没有申请财务资助。

学生情况

校友和毕业生
事实 & 统计
  • 校友办公室
    E. Craig Sweeten Alumni House
    3533 Locust Walk, Philadelphia
    www.alumni.upenn.edu
  • 校友服务
    • Career Services
    • Education
    • Insurance
    • Library Portal
    • Online Community
    • Travel Program
  • 校友出版物
    • Red and Blue Online, a bimonthly e-newsletter for Penn alumni and friends
    • The Pennsylvania Gazette, published six times a year by the Penn Alumni Society and mailed free to all undergraduate alumni, graduate alumni who donate to Penn within a five-year period, and parents of current undergraduate students
  • 主要校友活动
    Homecoming and Class Reunions are popular events for Penn alumni. Many also return for Penn's annual Spring Fling. Some volunteer to interview prospective students or host end-of-summer parties for incoming freshmen.
  • 著名校友
    • Sadie Alexander (E'18, G'21, L'27) - first African American woman in U.S. to earn a Ph.D.
    • Candice Bergen (2 yrs. Early 60's, H'92) - actress, "Murphy Brown"
    • William Brennan (W'28) - Supreme Court justice
    • Harold E. Ford, Jr. (C'92) - U.S. congressman
    • Doug Glanville (SEAS'93) - Philadelphia Phillies center-fielder
    • Rabbi Israel Goldstein (C'14, H'76) - a founder of Brandeis University
    • William Henry Harrison (1789-91) - 9th president of the United States
多样性
事实 & 统计
  • 非洲裔美国人
    7%
  • 亚洲人
    17%
  • 西班牙人
    8%
  • 国际的
    10%
  • 本土美国人
    0%
  • 白人
    47%
  • 未知
    7%
  • 历史上是否是黑人大学
    No
  • 民族学院
    No
  • 州外学生
    84%
  • 一般住处
    • California
    • Florida
    • Foreign countries
    • New Jersey
    • New York
  • 学生年龄细分
    Under 18: 1%
    18-19: 21%
    20-21: 23%
    22-24: 20%
    25+: 36%
  • 女教员
    38%
  • 男教员
    62%
  • 教员多样性
    African American: 2%
    Asian American: 13%
    Hispanic: 2%
    International: 14%
    Native American: 0%
    White: 67%
    Unknown: 2%
  • 同志骄傲大游行
    There are many on-campus groups run by and for the gay community of Penn. In fact, there are probably more groups than most people realize. Although the majority of students are very accepting of the gay community, students do not tend to be extremely aware or involved. Nevertheless, Penn has one of the longest-standing LGBT centers of its kind, having been built in 1982. It is widely considered an excellent resource for those who make use of it.
  • 政治活动
    On a campus with almost 10,000 undergraduate students from 50 states and countries all over the world, almost every political viewpoint is represented, and the campus is pretty much evenly split as far as conservatism and liberalism. Liberals often feel that students tend to have conservative viewpoints, while conservative students feel the opposite. Penn is a liberal school overall, but considered one of the more conservative universities of the seven Ivys. Many students are relatively apathetic and, although they may have strong opinions, choose not to be an active force for any cause. However, there are decent amounts of activist groups who are very passionate and dedicated to covering environmental, social, and governmental issues.
  • 经济地位
    There are students of all economic means at Penn. However, many, if not most, undergraduate students enjoyed a relatively privileged upbringing.
  • 最寻常的地区
    Judaism is a very popular religion among Penn students. Hillel’s membership lies in the thousands, and there are services offered for all Jewish denominations. Christianity is also common, although there is a much lower percentage of Christian people on campus than at most other schools. There is a church on campus, as well as many other local places of worship. There are also Christian clubs including a Christian á cappella group.
  • 校园内的少数俱乐部
    Penn’s minority organizations contribute to the social character of Penn’s campus. Many throw parties and cultural activities usually welcome the entire community, no matter which race, to participate.
学生投票

学生在以下领域的多样性是怎样的? 基于 87 个问卷回复

非常同质化
差异性很大
  • 经济地位
  • 道德声望
  • 国际学生
  • 政治关系
  • 宗教背景
  • 性取向

How would you best describe your personal political beliefs? 基于 60 个问卷回复

  • 13% 激进的/自由的
  • 27% 自由的
  • 32% 中度的
  • 13% 保守的
  • 2% 非常保守
  • 0% 自由人
  • 13% 不是很确定

How would you best describe the political beliefs of campus as a whole? 基于 84 个问卷回复

  • 8% 激进的/自由的
  • 46% 自由的
  • 23% 中度的
  • 6% 保守的
  • 0% 非常保守
  • 1% 自由人
  • 15% 不是很确定

你加入了哪一个政党 基于 46 个问卷回复

  • 9% 共和党
  • 57% 民主党
  • 17% 无党派
  • 4% 其他没有提及的党派
  • 13% 我不关心政治

校园对于同性恋、双性人的接纳度 基于 46 个问卷回复

  • 67% 接纳度很高。这些学生被视作是正常学生。
  • 30% 接纳,他们被公平对待,但是仍然有一些人不认可。
  • 2% 有一些接受,但是这些学生可能是群体外部的,并且是害怕被孤立的。
  • 0% 不接受的,他们经常保持沉默。

学校整体对于少数群体的接纳程度? 基于 61 个问卷回复

  • 62% 非常接受的。
  • 33% 大多数学生是很接纳的,只有少数案例是不接受的
  • 5% 校园接纳度是分散的,不是所有的少数群体都是可以被接纳的
  • 0% 作为少数群体在这里是非常痛苦的
毒品安全
事实 & 统计
  • 与酒精相关的案件
    31
  • 与酒精相关的逮捕
    0
  • 毒品相关的提供
    8
  • 毒品有关大逮捕
    3
  • 最受欢迎的毒品
    • Adderall
    • Alcohol
    • Caffeine
    • Marijuana
  • 毒品咨询项目
    Drug and Alcohol Resource Team
    (215) 573-3525
    Workshops and other educational activities
学生投票

说出校园里最受欢迎的毒品 基于 52 个问卷回复

  • 35% 酒精
  • 28% 大麻
  • 18% 处方研究药物
  • 9% 可卡因
  • 4% 迷幻药
  • 3% 其他处方药
  • 2% 没有
  • 0% 处方止疼药(安定剂)
  • 0% 类固醇
  • 0% 迷幻剂
  • 0% 海洛因
  • 0% 甲基苯丙胺

你将如何描述校园里的毒品使用状况 基于 51 个问卷回复

  • 8% 毒品没有在校园里使用,是真的
  • 33% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 33% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 25% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 0% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

你将如何描述学校里的群体性醉酒现象? 基于 50 个问卷回复

  • 0% 学生几乎不在校园里喝酒
  • 6% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 8% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 54% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 32% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

低龄儿童如何接触到酒精 基于 53 个问卷回复

  • 4% 不限制
  • 13% 有点限制
  • 36% 不太限制
  • 47% 开放的

个人的压力如何影响学生摄入酒精和毒品? 基于 50 个问卷回复

  • 40% 你可以有足够的社会生活可以免除毒品和酒精
  • 38% 很多人以某种形式参加,如果你不参加会被区别对待
  • 22% 如果你不喝酒会觉得有点尴尬
  • 0% 如果不参与就会被排挤
希腊生活
事实 & 统计
  • 兄弟会的本科男生
    30%
  • 姐妹会的本科女生
    26%
  • 兄弟会的人数
    35
  • 姐妹会的人数
    16
  • 兄弟会
    • Alpha Chi Rho
    • Alpha Epsilon Pi
    • Alpha Tau Omega
    • Beta Theta Pi
    • Delta Kappa Epsilon
    • Delta Phi (St. Elmo's)
    • Delta Psi (St. Anthony's Hall)
    • Delta Tau Delta
    • Delta Upsilon
    • Kappa Alpha
    • Kappa Sigma
    • Lambda Chi Alpha
    • Phi Delta Theta
    • Phi Gamma Delta
    • Phi Kappa Psi
    • Phi Kappa Sigma
    • Pi Kappa Alpha
    • Pi Kappa Phi
    • Pi Lambda Phi
    • Psi Upsilon
    • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    • Sigma Alpha Nu
    • Sigma Chi
    • Sigma Nu
    • Sigma Phi Epsilon
    • Sigma Pi
    • Tau Epsilon Phi
    • Theta Xi
    • Zeta Beta Tau
    • Zeta Psi
  • 姐妹会
    • Alpha Chi Omega
    • Alpha Phi
    • Chi Omega
    • Delta Delta Delta
    • Kappa Alpha Theta
    • Phi Sigma Sigma
    • Sigma Delta Tau
    • Sigma Kappa
  • Multicultural Colonies
    • Alpha Kappa Alpha
    • Alpha Kappa Delta Phi
    • Alpha Phi Alpha
    • Delta Sigma Theta
    • Kappa Alpha Psi
    • Lambda Phi Epsilon
    • Lambda Theta Alpha
    • Lambda Upsilon Lambda
    • Omega Psi Phi
    • Sigma Gamma Rho
    • Sigma Lambda Upsilon
    • Sigma Psi Zeta
    • Zeta Phi Beta
  • 其他希腊组织
    • Bicultural Inter-Greek Council
    • Interfraternity Council
    • Pan-Hellenic Council
学生投票

在校园场景里希腊生活的角色 基于 82 个问卷回复

  • 51% 兄弟会很大,你不必加入社团去享受,但是你可能会考虑加入
  • 41% 希腊生活是平均的,如果你不加入没有人会区别对待你。
  • 2% 希腊生活很大,如果你不是希腊人,你就什么都不是
  • 4% 在社会生活中希腊生活是不重要且没有什么影响的
  • 1% 我们没有希腊生活

非组织人对于组织人的总体态度 基于 80 个问卷回复

  • 8% 很多不是会的人认为希腊会员做了很多对社团有益的事情
  • 55% 大多说非会员对于会员很冷漠。
  • 31% 非会员认为希腊人只对她们加入的党派有好处。
  • 6% 非会员认为他们是势力而且排外的。

进入兄弟会或者姐妹会的难度 基于 81 个问卷回复

  • 5% 很容易
  • 51% 有些容易
  • 40% 有些困难
  • 5% 很困难
姑娘们 & 小伙儿
事实 & 统计
  • 女生
    52%
  • 男生
    48%
  • 计划生育
    Yes
    Women with a prescription can receive refills for birth control medication at Student Health services. Condoms are also available for sale from Women's Health. They're also available free-of-charge at the Office of Health education and in many dorms from the RAs.
  • 与学生碰面最好的地方
    1. Frat parties
    2. Recitation
    3. Pottruck Fitness Center
  • Best Places to Hook Up
    1. Under "the button"
    2. In the stacks of the library
    3. Dorm rooms
    4. By the Bio-pond
    5. At a frat house
  • 社会科学
    Penn has been called the "social Ivy," and this designation might very well be accurate. People tend to be extroverted and love to have fun. Freshmen orientation is probably social interaction at it's most extreme. New freshmen and upperclassmen returning early from summer vacation go out practically every night before classes start and feel free to introduce themselves to random people outside on the street. However, this does not at all mean that you must find your life-long buddies in the first week of school. Normally, it will take longer to find people you really connect with, but in the meanwhile, if you are friendly, you will have no trouble finding people to hang out with.
  • 同盟或者恋爱关系
    Both random hook-ups and committed relationships occur. However, it seems that the most common occurrence is what some of us like to call "the College Relationship." The College Relationship is the hook up that turns into "a person to hang out with," more or less, a friend with benefits. This is a person whose company you sincerely enjoy, and you choose to spend extra time both hanging out and hooking up with, but there is no spoken commitment involved.
  • 与男生/女生碰面的最好的地方
    While students at Penn tend to have active weekend social lives, they are also very serious about their school work during the week. As a result of this, it is not uncommon to meet people in recitation or study groups. As a freshman with a meal plan, lunch and dinner at the dining halls is also an easy way to meet people. I'll help you out: Step 1. Swipe your Penn card for entrance into the dining hall. Step 2. Spot a table with one or two people you recognize. Step 3. If there's room at the table, ask politely if you can join them (don't worry, they will say yes). Step 4. Meet everyone at the table. It's simple! Like at most schools, it is also easy to meet people at the many fraternity and sorority events on and off-campus, most of which are open to those not involved in the Greek scene. For those that are involved, fraternities and sororities often mix with one another, which is a great way to make new acquaintances. It is also relatively easy to meet people in your dorm, since everyone tends to become friendly with the people in their hall by the first month or so, which leads to many other opportunities. Clubs and going to the gym are also a great way of getting to know people.
  • 着装礼仪
    It is hard to characterize the way Penn students dress. Some take a very casual approach, wearing sweatpants by day and jeans and a T-shirt by night. Others are much more conscious of their personal appearance. These people tend to dress very stylish or preppy. Given the large amount of well-off students at Penn, you may seem more people donning expensive clothing than you would expect from other schools. That being said, although certain social groups or stereotypes may dress a certain way, there is no set dress code at Penn.
学生投票

我会说学校里的女生是 基于 73 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

我会说学校里的男生是 基于 68 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

在学校最好的交友方式是? 基于 45 个问卷回复

  • 40% Join extracurricular groups
  • 17% Classes
  • 15% Talk to hallmates
  • 14% Go out
  • 12% Roommates
  • 2% Social media before school

你如何排名学校的社会现象? 基于 84 个问卷回复

  • 65% 非常有生气的,每天都有许多流行活动
  • 33% 活跃的,有一些流行活动
  • 1% 安静的,只有一些流行的活动和机会来遇见新的人
  • 0% 缺乏,几乎,没有有趣的或者流行的活动

校园信息

校园管理
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最有可能因为...被抓住
    • Downloading copyrighted materials and plagiarism
    • Leaving garbage in the hallway of your dorm
    • Making too much noise during "Quiet Hours"
    • Parking violations
    • Running a red-light
    • Smoking pot or cigarettes in the dorms
    • Trying to sneak into a dining hall without your Penn Card or taking food from a dining market without paying
    • Underage drinking
学生投票

行政策略对于以下话题的排名严厉程度 基于 99 个问卷回复

很严格
非常宽容
  • 寝室酒精的使用
  • 出席率
  • 创建新的学生组织
  • 毒品使用
  • 荣誉守则
  • 噪音干扰
  • 停车
  • 游行示威
  • 未达到法定年龄喝酒
  • 寝室探视

校园警察或安保如何影响你的校园经历 基于 105 个问卷回复

  • 62% Very positively. Officers are kind and helpful.
  • 38% 比较好的,如果你尊重他们会很好相处。
  • 0% 有点不好,他们只对破坏感兴趣。
  • 0% 非常不好,他们把每个人都当成罪犯来对待。
体育
事实 & 统计
  • 体育协会
    • NAA
    • NCAA
  • 体育部门
    NCAA Division I-AA
  • 体育会议
    Football: Ivy Group
    Basketball: Ivy Group
  • 校色
    Crimson and navy
  • 学校昵称
    Quaker
  • 参与大学体育的男生
    572 - 12%
  • 参与大学体育的女生
    350 - 7%
  • 大学男生的体育运动
    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Fencing
    • Football
    • Golf
    • Lacrosse
    • Other sports
    • Rowing
    • Soccer
    • Squash
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Wrestling
  • 大学女生体育运动
    • Basketball
    • Fencing
    • Field hockey
    • Golf
    • Gymnastics
    • Lacrosse
    • Rowing
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Squash
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Volleyball
  • 体育俱乐部
    • Aikido
    • Badminton
    • Baseball
    • Basketball (women's)
    • Climbing
    • Cricket
    • Curling
    • Cycling
    • Equestrian
    • Field hockey
    • Figure skating
    • Golf
    • Gymnastics
    • Ice hockey (men's, women's)
    • Lacrosse (men's, women's)
    • Ping-pong
    • Roller hockey
    • Rugby (men's, women's)
    • Running
    • Sailing
    • Ski team
    • Soccer (men's and women's)
    • Squash
    • Swimming (coed)
    • Synchronized swimming
    • Tae Kwon Do
    • Tennis (men's, women's)
    • Ultimate Frisbee (men's, women's)
    • Volleyball (men's, women's)
    • Water polo (men's, women's)
  • 校内
    • Basketball
    • Flag football
    • Soccer
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball
  • 体育场地和工具
    • Boathouse Row
    • Class of 1923 Ice Rink
    • David Pottruck Health and Fitness Center
    • Franklin Field
    • Hutchinson Gymnasium
    • Levy Tennis Pavilion
    • Lott Tennis Courts
    • Meiklejohn Stadium
    • The Palestra
    • Penn Park
    • Rhodes Field
    • Ringe Squash Courts
    • Robert A. Fox Fitness Center
    • Sheerr Pool
    • Warren Field
    • Weiss Weight Room & Hollenback Weight Room
  • 大多数受欢迎的运动
    For an Ivy League school, most of our teams are incredible. One of the best is the basketball team. Season tickets often sell out extremely quickly, and home games always draw high attendance. In recent years, men's basketball is the only Penn sport whose team has reached the NCAA tournament. Additionally, Penn regularly, though not always, finishes first among the Ivy Leagues in basketball. The other most popular sport on campus is probably football. The first game of the season and the Homecoming game usually attract large crowds. However, team spirit is usually lacking beyond these two games. Students often wish that football were a bigger part of student spirit. Soccer, volleyball, tennis, and a slew of other sports are also present at Penn. In fact, Penn's men's soccer team became 2008 Ivy league champions.
  • Most Overlooked Teams
    In fall 2002, men's soccer beat Seton Hall in the NCAA tournament's first round to earn a place as one of the top 20 soccer programs in the country. The team won the Ivy League championship outright last year, proving itself to be just as much, if not more, of a force as its more popular counterparts, basketball and football. With a growing fan base and no signs of slowing down as a emerging power in the near future, hopefully men's soccer will attract the crowd that it deserves.
  • 学校精神
    School spirit is somewhat strong at Penn, especially at sporting events. The pinnacle of students' spirit is shown at the Penn vs. Princeton basketball game, where our long rivalry with the Princeton basketball team is displayed with chants and banners bearing clever anti-Princeton slogans. A popular T-shirt around campus is one that proclaims "Puck Frinceton." Even outside of the basketball season, students can constantly be seen wearing Penn paraphernalia and bringing high school friends by to partake in the Penn experience that students seem to enjoy so thoroughly. Nevertheless, there are those who moan that sports do not play a large enough role in campus life.
  • 获得门票
    Many games, including football, are free. Basketball is the most popular sport that requires ticket purchases. Individual tickets are about $5, but avid fans wait on "the line" to get first choice of season tickets at a discounted rate. The facilities for popular sports are big enough that they rarely, if ever, sell out, so you can always show up the night of the game and join in Quaker pride!
  • 散步的最好地点
    The Bio pond
  • Did You Know?
    • Penn coach John Heisman is the name-sake for the Heisman Trophy.
    • Penn was the first team in the United States to use numbers on its jerseys.
    • Penn played in the first commercially-televised football game.
    • Penn was the first American college campus with an outdoor swimming pool.
学生投票

体育运动在校园的流行度 基于 118 个问卷回复

  • 1% 几乎所有的事情都围绕体育运动展开
  • 14% 体育运动是大学生活的很大一部分
  • 62% 会参与体育运动,但是并不是校园生活的很大一部分
  • 23% 没有人关注体育运动

校内和俱乐部运动流行吗? 基于 116 个问卷回复

  • 16% 他们和大学生体育运动一样流行
  • 22% 他们没有那么大学生体育那么流行,但是仍然是校园生活的很大一部分。
  • 59% 有一些人参加,但是并不是校园生活的主流。
  • 2% 几乎没有人参加他们

你如何描述体育器材 基于 118 个问卷回复

  • 14% 体育器材是国内最好的
  • 59% 体育是重要的,并且器材的质量是给专业和非专业的都能用的
  • 24% 对于运动员比较好用,对于一般人而言就那样
  • 3% 体育器材是在需求标准之下的
校园饮食
事实 & 统计
  • Meal Plan Available?
    Yes
  • Average Meals/Week
    19
  • 平均伙食花费
    $4592 per year
  • 新生伙食预算
    Yes
  • Student Favorites
    • Beijing
    • Fresh Grocer
    • Hemos food truck
    • La Petite Creperie in Houston Hall
    • La Terasse
    • The Real Le Ahn food truck
  • 24小时伙食提供
    • Fresh Grocer
    • McDonald’s
    • Wawa
  • 校园外使用的钱
    Savory/Spruce between 38th and 39th
  • 特殊的选择
    Food trucks can be found all over campus and offer a variety of food from fresh fruit to Japanese to hoagies. These trucks are usually convenient and incredibly cheap; as a result, they are very popular among busy students who like to grab a bite on the go. Late at night, it is not uncommon to order-in for wings and pizza from a place like College Pizza on the edge of campus.
Dining Halls & Campus Restaurants
  • 1920 Commons
    Location: 3800 Locust Walk
    Food: Buffet style, salad bar
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 11 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 5 p.m.-8 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Accenture Cyber Café
    Location: Towne Building
    Food: Coffee, pastries
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m.-9 p.m.
  • 快餐店
    Location: Huntsman Hall, ground floor
    Food: Sandwiches/pastries
    Hours: Monday-Friday 6 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • Hill College House Dining Hall
    Location: 3333 Walnut St.
    Food: Various, all-you-can-eat buffet
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 5 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Houston Market
    Location: 3417 Spruce St.
    Food: Various, food court
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
  • Kings Court/English House Dining Hall
    Location: 3465 Sansom St.
    Food: Various, all-you-can-eat buffet
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-7:15 p.m.
  • Mark's Café
    Location: Van Pelt-Dietrich Library
    Food: Coffee, sandwiches
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-12 a.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-12 a.m.
  • McClelland Hall (express service only)
    Location: 3700 Spruce St.
    Food: Various
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Sunday 4 p.m.-8 p.m.
  • Subway
    Location: 1920 Commons, lower level
    Food: Sandwiches
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-12 a.m., Friday 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday 12 p.m.-6 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m.-12 a.m.
学生投票

按照下列主题给校园建筑打分 基于 110 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 便捷的时间
  • 少数的选择
  • 健康/有机的选择
  • 半夜的选择
  • 质量
  • 价值
  • 选择的多样性
  • 素食主义者的选择

校园里最棒的食物选择是什么 基于 60 个问卷回复

  • 28% Houston Hall
  • 24% Tortas Frontera
  • 10% Pari Cafe Creperie
  • 7% Kings Court
  • 7% 1920 Commons
  • 6% Hill House
  • 6% Magic Carpet Food Truck
  • 5% Lyn's Food Truck
  • 3% McClelland Express
  • 2% Falk Dining
  • 1% Kitchen Gia
校园住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 校园住宿是否可得
    Yes
  • 校园住宿容纳能力
    6,700
  • 平均住宿费用
    $8,330
  • 新生被要求住在学校里
    Yes
  • 住在校园里的学生
    64%
  • 宿舍的数量
    11
  • Number of Campus-Owned Apartments
    1
  • 你可以得到什么
    • Bed
    • Bookshelf
    • Closet or wardrobe
    • Desk and chair
    • Ethernet access
    • Free access to the Penn Video Network, which has more than 65 channels, including many satellite, cable, and international channels
    • Local telephone service and free local calls
    • Mattress
    • Window coverings
  • Also Available
    • Community living
    • Dining table
    • In-room sink
    • Lamps
    • Residential Programs
    • Sofa
  • 可以租住的
    MicroFridge Microwaves Minifridges
  • 你知道吗
    The three high-rise dorms are positioned in such a way that the space between them forms a wind-tunnel, an architectural blooper that makes this part of Locust Walk a place to avoid during the cold winter months.
Dormitories
  • Fisher Hassenfeld (Upper Quad)
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 461
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, triples, limited number of multi-person suites
    Special Features: The Spiegel Family Lobby; library, Class of 1972 Computer Lab, seminar room, 2 music practice rooms, Goldberg Media Lounge and kitchen, Dickey Lounge, Spitzer Lounge, Lippincott Lounge, Kasirer and Platt Lounge, Lane Fitness Center; Residential Programs: Healthy Living, Law and Society, Media and Communications.
  • Gregory
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 248
    Bathrooms: In-Room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: 45% first-year students
    Room Types: Singles; 2-bedroom doubles; 4-bedroom quads; suite style
    Special Features: Van Pelt Manor: seminar room, computer room, high-end computer lab, 4 lounges, kitchen, living room, 2 pianos, game equipment, television and VCR; Class of 1925: computer lab, study rooms, piano, the Greenhouse Lounge, kitchen, lounges with game equipment, TV lounge with projection television, multi-standard VCR and DVD, stereo system; Residential Programs: Film Culture Program, The Modern Languages Program.
  • Hamilton (High-Rise North)
    Floors: 24
    Number of Occupants: 795
    Bathrooms: In-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: First-year students in Residential Program or grouped together on floors 10 and 11
    Room Types: Singles, 1- and 2-bedroom doubles, 3 bedroom triples, 3- and 4-bedroom quads, suite and apartment style
    Special Features: Rooftop Lounge; mezzanine lounge with pool tables, large screen TV and Cafe; study/TV lounges on even numbered floors; computer lab; seminar room; The Underground Lounge with two music practice rooms and exercise room; package room; seasonal air-conditioning; Residential Programs: Community Service, Music Performance and Composition Program.
  • Harnwell (High-Rise East)
    Floors: 24
    Number of Occupants: 772
    Bathrooms: In-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: First-year students in Residential Program or grouped together on floors 7 and 8
    Room Types: Singles, 1- and 2-bedroom doubles, 3-bedroom triples, 3- and 4-bedroom quads, suite and apartment style
    Special Features: Penthouse Lounge with scheduled study hours, Class of 1921 Lounge (with large screen TV, vending machines, and pool tables), TV lounges on even-numbered floors (4-16, 20), Rathskeller performance/rehearsal space, dance gallery, computer lab, exercise room, classroom, music practice room, one grand piano and four uprights, ATM, seasonal air-conditioning, open for winter break; Residential Programs: Ancient Studies/University Museum, Arts House Residential Program, East Asia, International, Latin American.
  • Harrison (High-Rise South)
    Floors: 24
    Number of Occupants: 797
    Bathrooms: In-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshman Experience residential program
    Room Types: Singles; 1- and 2-bedroom doubles; 3-bedroom triples; 3- and 4-bedroom quads; suite and apartment style
    Special Features: Rooftop Lounge with coffee bar, Robinette Lounge (with pool tables, large screen TV, and study tables), TV lounges on even-numbered floors (2-16, 20), Café Prima, 24-hour computer laboratory, exercise room, classroom, laundry rooms, ATM, seasonal air- conditioning, DVD and video library; Residential Programs: Freshman Experience, Health and Fitness, Law and Society, Science and Technology Wing (STWing), Visual Arts, World Cinema.
  • Hill
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 508
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Hill has the highest number of freshmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, traditional dormitory style
    Special Features: Computer room; classrooms; 3 pianos; large-screen TV and VCR; Harnwell Lounge; Bache and Hottel Library; game room; fully-equipped exercise room; pottery studio; coffee house; commissary; kitchens; ATM; service center for equipment sign out, postage stamps, transit tokens; Residential Programs: Exploring Philadelphia, Freshman Leadership at Penn, Hill College House Upperclass Board, Medical Care and Medical Challenge.
  • Kings Court/English College House
    Floors: Kings Court - 4, English House - 5
    Number of Occupants: 330
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Doubles; traditional dormitory style
    Special Features: Kings Court: 5 lounges, game room, music practice room with piano; English House: courtyard, library, computer room, seminar room, electrical engineering and multimedia labs, Oasis commissary, coffeehouse, Class of 1938 Lounge, lounge with kitchenette, indoor bicycle storage; Residential Programs: Biosphere (The Active Experience), Huntsman Program for International Studies and Business, Perspectives in the Humanities, Science and Technology Wing (STWing).
  • Spruce (Lower Quad)
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 462
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Singles, doubles, limited number of multi-person suites
    Special Features: Hirsch Lobby, 2 libraries, Nussdorf Computer Lab, Class of 1938 Seminar Room, Ashhurst Seminar Room, 2 music practice rooms, Rosenstein Lounge, Provosts' Tower Lounge with kitchen, Finkelstein Lounge with TV and kitchen, Nussbaum/Weidmann Family Fitness Center, Creskoff Terrace; Residential Programs: Health and Fitness, Spruce Mentors.
  • Stouffer
    Floors: Stouffer Hall - 2, Mayer Hall - 7
    Number of Occupants: 293
    Bathrooms: In-Room
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Stouffer Hall: singles, doubles; Mayer Hall: efficiencies, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments
    Special Features: Stouffer Hall: study rooms, computer lab, darkroom, 2 televisions with VCRs, piano, 6 lounges, kitchenettes with microwaves, pool table, foosball table, air hockey, basketball court; Mayer Hall: seminar room, computer lab, 2 TV lounges with VCRs, exercise room, pool table, ping-pong table, foosball table Residential Programs: Healthy Living
  • W.E.B DuBois College House
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 169
    Bathrooms: In-room
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Singles; 2-bedroom doubles; 3-bedroom triples; 3- and 4-bedroom quads; suite style
    Special Features: Library, seminar rooms, computer lab, 2 large multipurpose rooms, piano, lounge with large screen TV, kitchen, ping pong table and exercise room; Residential Programs: Politics and Cultural Pluralism.
  • Ware (Lower Quad)
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 546
    Bathrooms: Shared by floor
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Singles; doubles, limited number of multi-person suites
    Special Features: Class of 2002 Parents Lobby, library, Class of 2001 Parents Computer Lab, Class of 1971 Seminar Room, Williams Music Practice Room, Intermezzo Music Practice Room, Memorial Tower Lounge with kitchen, Class of 1941 Lounge with kitchen, Rosenman Lounge with kitchen, Dickey Lounge, Said Lounge, Class of 2002 Lounge, Friedman Fitness Center, TV and VCR; Residential Programs: Conflict Resolution, Entrepreneurs' Residential Program, Readers' Corner, Study of Infectious Diseases, Women in Science, Women in Technology.
学生投票

按下列主题给校园住宿打分 基于 127 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 总体建筑质量
  • 便利设施舒适度
  • 清洁度
  • 彩票系统
  • 是否临近教室
  • 居民社区
  • 社会氛围
  • 宽敞度
  • 规则执行的力度
  • 价值
校园质量
事实 & 统计
  • 服务性员工
    816
  • 校园规模
    269 acres
  • 学生中心
    Houston Hall
  • 校园图书馆
    Yes
  • 主要图书馆
    • Fisher Fine Arts Library
    • Huntsman Hall
    • Van Pelt Library
  • 凉快的地方
    • High Rise Green
    • Houston Hall
    • University Square
  • 校园里的酒吧
    • Blarney Stone
    • Copa Banana
    • La Terrasse
    • Mad Mex
    • New Deck Tavern
    • Smokey Joe's
    • White Dog Cafe
  • 校内保龄球
    None
  • 校内咖啡馆
    • Cosi in University Square
    • Java City Café at the Penn Book Store
    • Memorial Tower Café in Ware College House
    • Starbucks
  • 校内电影院
    • Cinemagic
    • The Bridge
  • 学校俚语
    • Baby Quad: A small section of Spruce college house in lower quad including the south courtyard and the rooms surrounding it.
    • Bloody Tampons: A huge, red sculpture arching over Locust Walk near the high-rises.
    • The Bridge: Either the bridge on Locust Walk between Huntsman Hall and 1920 Commons or the Bridge Cinema on Walnut Street.
    • The Button: A sculpture of a split button in front of the Van Pelt Library. The rumor is that every Penn student is supposed to have sex under the button before they graduate.
    • The Castle: Psi Upsilon Fraternity.
    • The Compass: The circle pointing you in the right direction in the middle of Locust Walk. It serves as a common place to meet friends coming from different directions.
    • Downtown: Party thrown at a club in downtown Philadelphia, usually thrown by fraternities or sororities.
    • DP: The Daily Pennsylvanian, the official newspaper of the University of Pennsylvania.
    • Friars, Mortarboard, Sphinx: Exclusive senior societies that students are initiated into at the end of their junior years.
    • Fro-Gro: A nick name for Fresh Grocer.
    • Fro-Yo: What Penn students call frozen yogurt at the Hill dining hall.
    • Ghetto-Magic: The Cinemagic theater.
    • M&T: Management and Technology, an undergraduate program combining Engineering and Wharton.
    • The Nipple: The western-most point of the upper Quad, part of the Fisher-Hassenfeld dorm.
    • The River: The Schuylkill River located next to Franklin Field.
    • Smoke's: Smokey Joe's bar on 40th Street.
    • Theos, Owls, OZ, Tabard: Off-campus societies
    • The Wa or Wa Squared: Nicknames for Wawa.
    • Whartonite: Nickname for a typical Wharton student. Connotates a business-like, conservative, and wealthy student.
  • 传统
    • Ahhhh!: Econ Scream: Economics 001 is one of the most common classes for freshmen to take at Penn. On the eve of the course's first midterm, stressed students gather in the Quad at midnight and release some frustration by collectively screaming. Feel free to streak across the courtyard if you so desire.
    • Here's A Toast!: Toast Throwing: During football games, Quaker fans sing the traditional school song "Drink a Highball" and toss toast onto the field. Bonus points if you can hit the cheerleaders. If you can't get your hands on toast, bagels, donuts, or French bread work just as well.
    • Styrofoam Hats Are Sexy: Hey Day: In April, as seniors begin to prepare for graduation, lowly juniors prepare to step up into their senior year. This tradition has been around since 1865, and has endured until this day. Since 1949, juniors celebrate by donning Hey Day T-shirts, Styrofoam hats, and canes, and march through campus taking bites out of each other's hats. At the end of the procession, students greet the University President who makes a speech and officially declares that the juniors have become seniors.
    • That's One Long, Hard . . . Track Meet: Penn Relays: If you are a track fan, even a tiny little bit, you have heard of the Penn Relays, the biggest track meet in the world. This yearly event draws visitors and athletes from all over the world to Penn's campus to watch the best high school, college, and professional athletes of the day compete.
    • What's That Floating In the River?: Goal Post Tossing: When the Quaker football team wins the Ivy League championship, frenzied fans (attempt) to tear down the goal post and hurl it into the Schuylkill River, which is right next door to Franklin Field.
    • You Sexy Fling: Spring Fling: Considered to be the best weekend of the year at Penn by most students and the best spring festival in the country by some, Spring Fling is an incredible three days of vendors, bands, performances, and all out partying. Previous acts at the annual Spring Fling Concert were Busta Rhymes, The Donnas, Jurassic 5, and OK Go.
  • 校园传说
    • Everyone has sex under the Button before they graduate.
    • If you walk on the compass before your first midterm freshman year, you're doomed to fail the test.
    • People seem to believe that Playboy ranked the boys at UPenn #4 in the nation, and the girls #352.
  • 最喜欢做的事情
    Houston Hall, the student center, is a great place to hang out. There is a food court, a game room, a great creperie, and lots of room to study or spend time with friends. Another popular thing to do is to see a speaker hosted by the Student Planning and Events Committee. Usually tickets are sold by lottery. When the weather is pleasant, students can often be found lounging on the grass in front of Van Pelt Library, in between the high-rises, and within the Quadrangle. Participate in poetry readings at the Kelly Writers House (http://www.english.upenn.edu/~wh). Or, if you’d like to hear anyone from Rudy Giuliani to Judah Friedlander to Bill Clinton speak, stop by an event at the Irvine Auditorium. When a friend is starring in a new production, check it out at the Iron Gate Theater. Start a club and hold meetings at Houston Hall. Enjoy a jazz concert at the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts (http://www.pennpresents.org). If you’re a sports buff, watch a football game at Franklin Field or the big Penn vs. Princeton basketball game at the famed Palestra. Or, if you’re just in the mood to sweat out some pent up stress, climb the rock climbing wall, run on a treadmill, or just grab a smoothie at the Pottruck fitness center.
  • 提供的学生活动
    • Campus ministries
    • Choral groups
    • Concert band
    • Dance
    • Drama/theater
    • International student organization
    • Jazz band
    • Literary magazine
    • Marching band
    • Model UN
    • Music ensembles
    • Musical theater
    • Opera
    • Pep band
    • Radio station
    • Student government
    • Student newspaper
    • Student-run film society
    • Symphony orchestra
    • Television station
  • 后备军官训练队
    Air Force ROTC: Yes
    Navy ROTC: Yes
    Army ROTC: Yes
  • 你知道吗
    • College Hall is rumored to have been the inspiration for Alumnus Charles Adams's Addams Family mansion.
    • Houston Hall was the first student union in the United States.
    • Irving Auditorium houses an 11,000-pipe Curtis Organ, the only early 20th-century civic pipe organ that remains in original condition.
学生投票

在以下领域给校园设施打分 基于 69 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 娱乐
  • 教室
  • 计算机房
  • 食堂
  • 学校总体建筑
  • 绿色建筑
  • 住宅
  • 绿化地带
  • 图书馆
  • 建筑的现代性
  • 表演艺术
  • 科学实验室
  • 学生中心
  • 学生景点
  • 视觉艺术

你最喜欢的校园活动和传统是什么 基于 30 个问卷回复

  • 27% Spring Fling
  • 26% New Student Orientation
  • 13% Here's A Toast!
  • 8% You Sexy Fling
  • 6% That's One Long, Hard . . . Track Meet
  • 6% Styrofoam Hats Are Sexy
  • 5% Penn Relays
  • 2% What's That Floating In the River?
  • 2% Copa margs
  • 1% Ahhhh!
  • 1% Candy Shop
  • 1% Feb Club

你最喜欢在学校做的事情是什么 基于 37 个问卷回复

  • 19% Walk around the pretty campus
  • 15% Hanging with Friends
  • 12% See student group performances
  • 10% I like going to the Bio Pond
  • 10% Explore Philly
  • 9% Participate in extracurriculars
  • 8% Try new restaurants
  • 6% Browse in used bookstores
  • 5% Play sports
  • 3% Play tennis
  • 2% Games

对于身体残疾的学生学校是否友好? 基于 39 个问卷回复

  • 46% 非常友好,学校会竭尽所能来满足他们的所有需求。
  • 41% 很友好,他们的大部分需求都能够满足
  • 10% 挺友好的,学校采取了一些措施但是并不足够。
  • 3% 不友好,残疾学生被忽视了。

What is your overall opinion of your school and the campus community? 基于 67 个问卷回复

  • 37% 我很热爱我的学校并且为他骄傲。
  • 60% 我喜欢学校里的几乎每一样东西,但是我仍然希望这里有所变化。
  • 0% 学校很好,我们只是在这里接受教育而已。
  • 3% 我讨厌我的学校并且没有学校精神。
安全 & 健康
事实 & 统计
  • 校园犯罪
    • Aggravated Assault: 4
    • Arson: 0
    • Burglary: 38
    • Murder/Manslaughter: 0
    • Robbery: 13
    • Sex Offenses: 7
    • Vehicle Theft: 2
  • 保卫处
    Division of Public Safety
    (215) 573-3333 (emergencies); (215) 898-7297 (non-emergencies)
    www.publicsafety.upenn.edu
  • 安全服务
    • Bike registration
    • Blue-light phones
    • Closed circuit television system
    • Electronic crime/emergency alerts
    • Handivan
    • LUCY (Loop through University City)
    • Outdoor siren system for emergencies
    • PennBus
    • Restroom alarms
    • Safer Living seminars
    • Student-run medical emergency response team
    • Walking escorts
  • 健康中心
    Student Health Services
    Promed building, 3535 Market St.
    (215) 746-3535
    www.vpul.upenn.edu/shs
    Daily
  • 健康服务
    • Alcohol and other drug abuse services
    • Allergy
    • Counseling and psychological services
    • Dental
    • Dermatology
    • Immunizations
    • Medication services
    • Men's health
    • Nutritionists
    • Ophthalmology
    • Orthopedics
    • Podiatry
    • Primary care
    • Routine physicals
    • Sports medicine
    • STD screenings
    • Surgery
    • Travel clinic
    • Victim support
    • Women's health
  • 托育服务
    Yes
  • Did You Know?
    In 2003, the University of Pennsylvania was honored with the "Clery Award for Campus Safety Improvements." This honor recognizes the University's innovative technological programs as well as its outstanding campus police patrols.
学生投票

你对下面归于校园内性侵的说法是否同意? 基于 51 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 酒精在校园内性侵扮演了重要角色。
  • 校园行政人员给性侵提供了好的环境。
  • 校园行政人员努力工作来防止性侵。
  • 朋友、同学或者自己曾经是校园或者校园附近受到过性侵。
  • 我们学校有解决性骚扰的快捷途径。
  • 校园性侵是一个很严重的问题。
  • 学生严肃看待校园性侵。

关于安全你关心什么? 基于 73 个问卷回复

  • 24% 校园附近的犯罪
  • 16% 抢劫或者偷窃
  • 12% 学校里没有学生
  • 11% 醉酒
  • 10% 独自一人走路
  • 9% 没有
  • 7% 性侵
  • 5% 毒品
  • 3% 黑暗的小路
  • 2% 团伙暴力
  • 1% 寝室安全
  • 1% 没有安全护送服务
  • 1% 学生间的暴力
  • 0% 没有急救电话
  • 0% 没有强大的安保

校园内的警察是否可见 基于 72 个问卷回复

  • 65% 经常看到并且愿意帮助学生。
  • 33% 在需要帮助的时候出现。
  • 0% 只是负责监管停车或者分发停车券
  • 1% 不是经常见到
  • 0% 我们有校园警察吗

你在学校里感到安全吗? 基于 89 个问卷回复

  • 43% 校园里非常安全
  • 51% 总体上是安全且舒适的,独自行走的时候
  • 7% 一群人在一起更安全
  • 0% 相对不是很安全。
停车场
事实 & 统计
  • 学生经常停车
    Yes
    Walnut Street between 32nd and 33rd streets. 38th and Spruce streets (enter off 38th Street). The northeast corner of 34th and Chestnut streets. 32nd and Walnut streets. The northwest corner of 40th and Walnut streets. A permit is required for all of these.
  • 新生是可以停车的?
    Yes
  • 大致的停车费用
    $1,768 per year
  • 普通的停车券
    • Expired meter: $35
    • Fire lane: $35
    • Handicapped zone: $115
    • No parking zone: $35
  • Best Places to Find a Spot
    • Walnut Street between 32nd and 33rd Streets
    • 38th and Spruce Streets (enter off of 38th Street)
    • NE corner of 34th and Chestnut Streets
    • 32nd and Walnut Streets
    • NW corner of 40th and Walnut Streets
  • Good Luck Getting a Spot Here
    Hamilton Shops
  • 获得停车许可
    Students can apply for parking online through the Campus Express Web site (www.campusexpress.upenn.edu). They may be placed on a waiting list at first, but will then be notified if parking opens up. Parking on campus is limited, but permits are probably not very hard to get due to the low demand.
  • 停车服务
    Penn Parking
    3401 Walnut St.
    Suite 447A
    (215) 898-8667
    parking@pobox.upenn.edu
    www.upenn.edu/parking
学生投票

按照下列话题给校园停车打分 基于 81 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 距离班级的距离
  • 到宿舍的距离
  • 找到停车点的容易程度
  • 强制停车
  • 许可证费用

离开学校停车的便利程度 基于 86 个问卷回复

  • 0% 免费的,并且经常有很多停车点。
  • 31% 免费的,但是很快就停满。
  • 6% 费用合理,并且经常有很多停车点
  • 34% 费用合理,但是很快就停满
  • 15% 价格合理,很容易找到停车点。
  • 14% 价格离谱,并且没有开放的停车点。
Technology
事实 & 统计
  • 无线连接
    Yes
    In all UPenn buildings
  • 24小时的实验室
    Yes
    Charles Adams, College House, Computing Lab, Harrison College House Computing Lab, Huntsman Hall, International Program Harnwell, Long Island Friends of Penn Computer Area, Rosengarten Lab, and Towne PC Labs
  • 打印是否需要付费?
    Yes
  • 特殊的软件和硬件折扣
    Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD, Corel Painter, Dragon Naturally Speaking, FileMaker, Final Draft, Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word), MindManager
  • 你知道吗
    • Yahoo!'s Most Wired Colleges cited Penn College House Computing as an outstanding model for its "impressive tech-support network" and innovative student computing services. College House Computing also sponsors free classes covering topics ranging from HTML programming and Flash animation to using Excel or PowerPoint, mastering hardware basics, and more.
    • The world's first large scale electronic computer, ENIAC, was developed at Penn in 1946.
    • The ratio of Penn students without personal computers to public access computers on campus is 1:1.4. The ratio of students with or without personal computers to computers is 27:1.
学生投票

根据以下主题来给电脑打分 基于 93 个问卷回复

很弱
非常棒
  • 电脑实验室的可得性
  • 校园技术支持
  • 免费/打折的软件
  • 计算机实验室的数量
  • 打印的价格限制
  • 网络的可靠性
  • 网络速度
  • 教室和实验室的技术
  • 无线的可得性

带自己的电脑是否有必要? 基于 66 个问卷回复

  • 5% 不要浪费钱,校园里有足够的可以使用的电脑
  • 20% 对于学校里的功课是没有必要的,但是对于社交和娱乐很重要。
  • 76% 非常重要,尤其是在学期中实验室特别拥挤的时候。
  • 0% 学校给每个学生都提供了电脑
周边交通
事实 & 统计
  • 在城镇游玩的最好方式
    • Bike
    • Cabs
    • Most areas are easily accessible by foot.
    • Walking, don't be lazy!
  • Best Ways to Get to the Airport
    • A cab ride to the airport costs $28.50, or $10 for the Lady Liberty Shuttle. Penn also offers shuttles to the airport that leave from the Quadrangle at short intervals on the days that breaks start for a very affordable price.
    • Septa R1 Regional Rail (airport line), www.septa.org or (215) 580-7800
Campus Shuttle
  • PennBus Services

    www.upenn.edu/transportation/bus.html

    4:45 p.m.-12 a.m.

  • Penn Shuttle Services

    (215) 898-RIDE

    6 p.m.-3 a.m.

  • Septa (Commuter Train, Bus, Subway)

    (215) 580-7852

    www.septa.org

  • Philadelphia International Airport

    The Philadelphia International Airport is 9 miles and approximately 15 minutes driving time from the University of Pennsylvania.

    (215) 937-5400

  • Philadelphia Greyhound Trailways Bus Terminal

    The Greyhound Trailways Bus Terminal is in Center City, approximately two miles from campus.

    1001 Filbert St., Philadelphia

    (215) 931-4075

  • Amtrak 30th Street Station

    The Amtrak Train Station is in West Philadelphia, less than one mile from campus.

    S. 30th Street at Market Street, Philadelphia

    (215) 349-3147

学生投票

给下列交通打分 基于 44 个问卷回复

不适用
自由
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列交通的便利程度打分 基于 45 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列长途从家到学校的交通工具打分 基于 45 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 飞机
  • 长途汽车
  • 长途火车
  • 共乘

学校提供的交通工具的便利程度 基于 87 个问卷回复

  • 28% 非常易得,列数多且有很多停靠点
  • 26% 比较方便的,时间通常与上课时间对上
  • 30% 有点不好用,接的次数和停靠点不是很方便
  • 10% 很难使用,一点也不可靠也不便捷
  • 6% 没有

在学校里有自己的车是否是必要的 基于 87 个问卷回复

  • 1% 校园很大,所以学生需要依赖一辆汽车
  • 0% 公交总是不可靠,所以需要一辆车
  • 23% 学生通常步行或乘公交,但是汽车对于外出很棒
  • 70% 汽车毫无存在价值,你可以在步行距离内完成所有的事情
  • 6% 你不能有车

去周边城镇是否方便 基于 86 个问卷回复

  • 60% 很容易
  • 37% 相对容易
  • 2% 相对困难
  • 0% 很困难

环境 & 氛围

当地
事实 & 统计
  • 有趣的当地逸事
    1. Philadelphia is a city of firsts. The city is home to the first insane asylum, the first electronic computer (ENIAC developed at Penn), America's first university (yes, Penn itself), and the U.S.'s first zoo.
    2. The stairs that Rocky Balboa climbs victoriously in the first Rocky movie are none other than those which lead to the main entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
    3. King of Prussia Mall, located in a suburb right outside of Philly is the East Coast's largest mall and the second-largest in the country, dwarfed only by The Mall of America.
    4. Philly's official nickname is "The City of Brotherly Love" because it was perhaps the first city in the world to tolerate all religions. Penn's mascot, the Quaker, was picked in homage to Billy Penn himself to reflect this aspect of Philly's history.
    5. Philadelphia boasts over 100 art museums, many of which can be found along the Ben Franklin Parkway, designed to mimic the Champs-Elysees. The Rodin Museum houses the second-largest collection of the artist's sculptures in the world (Paris is the only city with larger) and the Academy of Natural Sciences holds dinosaur remains, a live butterfly house, and much more
  • 当地名人
    • Marian Anderson
    • Donald Bartholomew
    • John Barrymore
    • Ed Bacon
    • Boyz II Men
    • Alexander Calder
    • Wilt Chamberlain
    • Bill Cosby
    • Stuart Davis
    • Walter E. Diemer
    • Oliver Evans
    • W.C. Fields
    • Henry George
    • Grace Kelly
    • Patti Labelle
    • Mario Lanz
    • Tara Lipinski
    • George McClellan
    • Margaret Mead
    • Cecil B. Moore
    • Man Ray
    • Betsy Ross
    • Will Smith
    • The Three Stooges
  • 当地俚语
    • Hoagie: Commonly known as a sub or a hero
    • Wawa: Found in Philly and south New Jersey, this is basically a 7-Eleven where you can get a 'fresh' sandwich 24 hours a day.
    • Wiz-with: The proper way to order a cheesesteak with cheese-wiz and onions. (For no onions simply say "Wiz-without." See? It's easy!)
  • 名胜古迹
    • Old City
    • Philadelphia Museum of Art
    • Rittenhouse Square
    • South Street
  • 购物中心
    • The Bellevue
    • Cherry Hill Mall
    • The Gallery at Market East
    • King of Prussia Mall
    • The Shops at Liberty Place
  • 电影院
    The Bridge: Cinema de Lux
    230 S. 40th Street
    Philadelphia
    (215) 386-3300
  • 主要体育队伍
    • Philadelphia 76ers: basketball
    • Philadelphia Eagles: football
    • Philadelphia Flyers: hockey
    • Philadelphia Phillies: baseball
  • 距离主要城市的路程
    • New York City: NY: 2 hours
    • Washington: D.C.: 2 hours, 30 minutes
学生投票

根据以下话题给当地氛围打分 基于 66 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 生活成本
  • 食堂
  • 当地人对学生的友好程度
  • 博物馆的吸引程度
  • 夜生活
  • 停车
  • 娱乐
  • 职业运动
  • 安全
  • 景色
  • 购物
  • 交通

你们学校的当地氛围如何 基于 68 个问卷回复

  • 88% 城市生活很棒,这里经常有很多有趣的事情发生。
  • 4% 多样性的城镇,没有大城市,但是有足够多的与校园不相关的活动。
  • 1% 很有魅力的小镇。
  • 6% 在大城市附近,但是离开学校没啥好玩的。
  • 0% 挺偏僻的

与其他大学靠近吗?之间有交流吗? 基于 68 个问卷回复

  • 60% 这附近有很多经常交流的学校和学生
  • 37% 附近有学校,但是学生不交流
  • 3% 附近没啥学校

你觉得自己毕业之后会留下来吗? 基于 67 个问卷回复

  • 30% 完全会
  • 54% 如果我找到好工作就留下来
  • 16% 完全不可能
周边饮食
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最爱
    • Allegro's
    • Beijing
    • Bubble House
    • Bui's food truck (see Other Options in Campus Dining)
    • Fresh Grocer
    • Izzy and Zoe's
    • La Terrasse
    • Mad 4 Mex
  • 24小时餐馆
    • Fresh Grocer
    • Geno's Steaks
    • Pat's King of Steaks
    • Philly Diner
  • 最佳亚洲餐馆
    • Beijing
    • Susanna Foo
  • 最佳早餐
    • Izzy & Zoe's
    • Philly Diner
  • 最佳披萨
    Allegro Pizza
  • 最佳翅膀
    • Ed's Buffalo Wings & Pizzas
    • Moriarty's
  • 和父母一起的最佳选择
    • Buddakan
    • La Terrasse
    • White Dog Café
  • Did You Know?
    • Pat's and Geno's are located directly across the street from each other, and as a result, they have the most famous rivalry in the world when it comes to cheesesteaks. If you go to one, you have to also go to the other, simply to see which one really is better.
    • In the summer, Philly is home to many farmers' markets, the closest to Penn being the one at Clark Park. Here, you can buy fresh baked goods, flowers, fruits, and vegetables.
    • The Ritz Carlton in Center City has a weekend all-you-can-eat chocolate buffet for $15 dollars. You don't have to stay at the hotel to hoard cookies and brownies galore, so this is definitely something to check out.
    • One of the most famous of Penn Traditions is throwing toast at football games. When singing the line, "Here's a toast to dear old Penn," from the school's song, "Drink a Highball," students hurl pieces of toast-and more recently, even croissants and bagels-onto the field.
    • Scoop DeVille, a famous Rittenhouse Square ice cream parlor since 1987, takes its 12 original flavors and uses them to create any of hundreds of combination flavors including Hot Apple Pie Ala Mode, Coco Cherry Cheesecake, and Pumpkin Pie for sweet-toothed customers.
Grocery Stores
  • Fresh Grocer
    4001 Walnut St., University City
    (215) 222-9200
    Daily 24 hours
  • 2 Goodfellas
    Food: Italian
    4101 Walnut St.
    (215) 382-3600
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Live jazz on Tuesday nights
  • Abner's Cheesesteaks
    Food: Cheesesteaks
    3813 Chestnut St.
    (215) 662-0100
    www.abnerscheesesteaks.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Free cheesesteaks if the Penn basketball team scores 100 points
  • Allegro Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    3942 Spruce St.
    (215) 382-8158
    Price: $2-$5
    Cool Features: Late-night hang out
  • Alma de Cuba
    Food: Modern Cuban cuisine
    1623 Walnut St.
    (215) 988-1799
    Price: $20-$45
    Cool Features: Live Cuban jazz and salsa
  • Beijing
    Food: Chinese
    3714 Spruce St.
    (215) 222-5242
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: B.Y.O.B.
  • Bleu
    Food: American cuisine
    227 S. 18th St.
    (215) 545-0342
    Price: $15-$20
    Cool Features: Philly murals, outdoor seating
  • Bubble House
    Food: Pan Asian
    3404 Sansom St.
    (215) 243-0804
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Serves bubble tea, a Taiwanese drink with tapioca pearls
  • Buddakan
    Food: Pan Asian
    325 Chestnut St.
    (215) 574-9440
    Price: $40-$50
    Cool Features: A huge gold Buddha watching down on you
  • Chipotle
    Food: Mexican
    3925 Walnut St.
    (215) 222-0632
    Price: $7-$10
    Cool Features: Custom-made burritos, quesadillas, and bowls prepared on the spot, all in a clean new space underneath the Radian apartment complex.
  • College Pizza
    Food: Pizza, sandwiches
    3925 Walnut St.
    (215) 386-6001
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Open late
  • The Continental
    Food: American Asian
    138 Market St.
    (215) 923-6069
    Price: $15-$30
    Cool Features: Great cocktail menu
  • Cosí
    Food: Sandwiches, salads
    140 S. 36th St.
    (215) 222-4545
    www.getcosi.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Make-your-own s'mores
  • Dahlak
    Food: Ethiopian-Eritrean, Vegetarian options
    4708 Baltimore Ave.
    (215) 726-6464
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Family-style
  • Ed's Buffalo Wings & Pizzas
    Food: Wings, pizza
    3513 Lancaster Ave.
    (215) 222-4000
    Price: $5-$10 per person
    Cool Features: Affordable and tasty wings beloved by Penn and Drexel students. Fast and easy delivery.
  • Geno's Steaks
    Food: Cheesesteaks
    1219 S. Ninth St.
    (215) 389-0659
    www.genosteaks.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Outdoor dining
  • Izzy & Zoe's
    Food: Sandwiches, "Jewish Soul Food"
    Hamilton Village Shops, 224 S. 40th St.
    (215) 382-2328
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: unlimited free dill pickles
  • Jim's Steaks
    Food: Cheesesteaks
    400 South St.
    (215) 928-1911
    www.jimssteaks.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Offers beer (not offered at most other cheesesteak places in Philly)
  • Kisso
    Food: Japanese (Kaiseki)
    205 N. Fourth St.
    (215) 922-1770
    Price: $20-$40
    Cool Features: Sells Japanese gourmet cookware, B.Y.O.B.
  • Koch's Deli
    Food: New York deli style, take-out only
    4309 Locust St.
    (215) 222-8662
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Free samples passed out by staff while you're on line
  • La Terrasse
    Food: Modern French
    3442 Sansom St.
    (215) 386-5000
    www.laterrassephilly.com
    Price: $20-$40
    Cool Features: Bar menu, happy hour
  • Le Bec Fin
    Food: French
    1523 Walnut St.
    (215) 567-1000
    Price: $50-$150
    Cool Features: Private dining
  • Mad 4 Mex
    Food: Tex-Mex, vegan options
    Shops at Penn, 3401 Walnut St.
    (215) 382-2221
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Happy hour, student discounts
  • Maggiano's Little Italy
    Food: Italian
    1201 Filbert St.
    (215) 567-2020
    www.maggianos.com
    Price: $15-$25
    Cool Features: All-you-can-eat family-style
  • Mexicali Cafe
    Food: Mexican
    110 S. 40th St.
    (215) 222-2667
    Price: $3-$8
    Cool Features: Often said to have the best burritos on campus. A family-owned business with an extremely friendly staff. Unusual hours often prevent one from eating here late.
  • Moriarty's
    Food: American, Irish
    1116 Walnut St.
    (215) 627-7676
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Brunch, live music
  • Morimoto
    Food: Asian
    723 Chestnut St.
    (215) 413-9070
    Price: $20-$50
    Cool Features: Chef Morimoto is the star of the cooking show the Iron Chef
  • New Deck Tavern
    Food: Irish
    3804 Sansom St.
    (215) 386-4600
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Extensive beer and single malt scotch menu
  • Ortlieb's Jazzhaus
    Food: Cajun
    847 N. Third St.
    (215) 922-1035
    Price: $15-$25
    Cool Features: Live jazz
  • Pat's King of Steaks
    Food: Cheesesteaks
    1237 E. Passyunk Ave.
    (215) 468-1546
    www.patskingofsteaks.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: outdoor dining
  • Pattaya Grill
    Food: Thai
    4006 Chestnut St.
    (215) 387-8533
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Spiced iced tea
  • Philly Diner
    Food: American diner
    3925 Walnut St.
    (215) 382-3400
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Breakfast served all day and night
  • Pod
    Food: Pan-Asian fusion
    Inn at Penn, 3636 Sansom St.
    (215) 387-1803
    Price: $20-$45
    Cool Features: Sushi conveyor belt, private dining "pods" whose lighting changes color with the touch of a button
  • Striped Bass
    Food: Seafood
    1500 Walnut St.
    (215) 732-4444
    Price: $25-$60
    Cool Features: Sunday brunch
  • Susanna Foo
    Food: Chinese-French fusion
    1512 Walnut St.
    (215) 545-2666
    Price: $25-$55
    Cool Features: Private rooms for special events
  • White Dog Café
    Food: American, eclectic, vegetarian options
    3420 Sansom St.
    (215) 386-9224
    Price: $20-$35
    Cool Features: Brunch, dine at the bar, shops next door
  • Zanzibar Blue
    Food: American (Regional), Cajun and Creole, Southern and Soul
    The Bellevue, 200 S. Broad St.
    (215) 732-5200
    Price: $20-$40
    Cool Features: Live jazz
学生投票

按照下列主题给校外餐厅打分 基于 104 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 价格
  • 便利
  • 健康有机的选择
  • 深夜选择
  • 品质
  • 学生折扣
  • 选择的种类
  • 素食主义者

你如何给校外餐厅的多样性打分 基于 114 个问卷回复

  • 61% 当地特色很多样性
  • 31% 足够多的种类,不至于腻味
  • 8% 只要连锁餐厅和快餐
  • 1% 少数食物的无尽重复
周边住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 住在校外的学生
    36%
  • Average Off-Campus Room & Board
    $12,922
  • 流行的地区
    University City (West Philly)
  • 平均租金
    • 1 BR: $924
    • 2 BR: $1,324
    • 3 BR: $733
    • Studio: $736
学生投票

按照下列主题来给校外住宿打分 基于 81 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 可得性
  • 成本
  • 获得的便利程度
  • 房东
  • 停车
  • 到学校的距离
  • 到公共交通的距离
  • 购物的距离
  • 质量
  • 安全
  • 多样性

校外附近住宿如何,值得吗? 基于 78 个问卷回复

  • 22% 完全值得,很容易就找到地方了,而且价格也是合理的。
  • 68% 价格和可得性不是很好,但是附加的自由还是很值得的。
  • 8% 高价或限制性的选择让很多学生住校。
  • 3% 不值得那么费事还有花费的代价,每个人都住在学校。

学校帮学生在校外找住宿是否有帮助? 基于 80 个问卷回复

  • 10% 非常有帮助。
  • 55% 有一些帮助。
  • 34% 不是很有帮助。
  • 1% 学校不允许学生住校外。
聚会场合
事实 & 统计
  • 主要有夜生活的地方
    • Center City
    • University City
  • 学生最爱
    • Blarney Stone
    • Cavanaugh's
    • Copa Banana
    • Smokey Joe's
  • 其他检查的地方
    • Laff House Comedy Club
    • Sisters Karaoke
  • 最喜欢的喝酒游戏
    • Beer pong
    • Beirut
    • Card games (A$$hole, Kings)
    • Flip cup
    • Power Hour
  • 夜生活的主要资源
    • Flyers
    • School newspaper
    • www.digitalcity.com/philadelphia
    • www.philadelphia.citysearch.com
    • www.phillymag.com
  • 关门时间
    2 a.m.
  • 喝酒最便宜的地方
    Blarney Stone
  • 组织聚会
    Clubs and organizations often throw parties. Sometimes they are for members only and their guests, but other times, they are theme parties open to the public, in which case, the organization will usually hand out flyers to alert people to the event.
Club Listings
  • Evolution

    Evolution attracts a more mature crowd that most Delaware Avenue clubs. The 3:20 a.m. closing time keeps the nightlife going long after the other bars and clubs end their nights.

    1517 N. Delaware Ave.

    (215) 634-0100

  • Shampoo

    Dance to hip-hop, classic house, and techno on Shampoo's three dance floors, and drink up at one, or all, of it's five bars. You only have to be 17 to get in on Sundays, although the club is open Thursday-Sunday for 21-year-olds.

    417 N. Eighth S.

    (215) 922-7500

  • Transit Nightclub

    An old bank-turned-nightclub, Transit has a party vibe to liven up any Philly night, with different sounds pounding different areas of the dance floor. Transit sometimes hosts theme nights like Goth Night.

    600 Spring Garden St.

    (215) 925-8878

  • Envy

    Envy boasts "1 club, 2 DJs, 3 levels, 4 dance floors, 5 bars, and 6 rooms." This one club can be the hotspot for people looking to add some variety to their nights of drinking and dancing.

    27 Bank St.

    (215) 922-3020

  • Brasil's

    This club plays Brazilian, Latin, and Caribbean dance music. Discounted cover prices if you eat downstairs. Specials: Wednesday - Latin Night with dance lesson ($5) from 9 p.m.-10 p.m., Fridays - Latin night from 10 p.m.-2 a.m. ($10), Saturdays - International Night with different bands, Latin-Brazilian-Caribbean, ($10) from 10 p.m.-2 a.m.

    112 Chestnut St.

    (215) 413-1700

  • Egypt

    On college nights at Egypt, discounted admission is granted to students with a student ID ages 17 and up, 21 to drink. Music is dance, house, and hip hop. Dress code is normal club attire, no athletic clothes or work clothes allowed. Specials: Drink specials

    520 N. Delaware Ave.

    (215) 922-6500

    www.egypt-nightclub.com

  • The Eighth Floor

    This club is a touch nicer than your run-of-the-mill college dance club. The $7-$10 cover change gives you access to a more adult-oriented dance atmosphere, with beautiful views of the Ben Franklin Bridge.

    800 N. Delaware Ave.

    (215) 922-1000

  • The Rotunda

    Stop by the Rotunda for a drink and some great live music. Local bands play here often, so you may end up going to support a friend or, if you're any good, playing there yourself. Specials: Live music

    4012 Walnut St.

    (215) 573-3234

  • New Deck Tavern

    Considered by some to be the best bar in University City, New Deck Tavern continues to draw a large portion of its crowd from Penn's student body. Specials: Karaoke, Quizo

    3408 Sansom St.

    (215) 386-4600

    www.newdecktavern.com

  • Woody's Bar

    Rated the `Best Gay Neighborhood Bar" by city search, Woody's is a great place to dance away the night to top 40s dance in Center City. Specials: Lounge and cyber bar

    202 S. 13th St.

    (215) 545-1893

  • Smokey Joe's

    Penn students and faculty make up the bulk of this bar's clientele. Affectionately called "Smoke's," bar-going students flock here for a drink and an active social scene. It was rated "best college bar" by City Search in 2001. Specials: A "Pennstitution," there are pictures of Penn athletes on the walls and the bar is steeped with red and blue.

    208 S. 40th St.

    (215) 222-0770

  • Mill Creek Tavern

    This bar is quite popular among students on Monday nights because of the Monday night special. From 8 to 10 p.m. you get unlimited beer and wings for $12.

    4200 Chester St.

  • Cavanaugh's Restaurant

    You only have to be 18 to get into this neighborhood restaurant/bar. Students enjoy the friendly atmosphere and reasonable prices. Specials: Pitcher specials beginning at 4 p.m. every weekday

    119 S 39th St.

    (215) 386-4889

  • Blarney Stone

    Blarney Stone is a great place to get cheap drinks and have a good time, at least until 2 a.m. Specials: Karaoke, Quizo

    3929 Sansom St.

    (215) 222-5340

  • Fergie's Pub

    If you're looking for the Old World feel of a tradition Dublin pub, Fergie's is your best bet. The extensive Irish beer listing makes this the perfect spot for a relaxed beer break.

    1214 Sansom St.

    (215) 928-8118

  • Copa Banana

    Thirsty students can grab a beer here, while hungry students can obey their appetite with a great Philly cheesesteak or hoagie at this popular Penn stop. Practically always packed with Penn students on weekend nights, Copa Banana is a fun place to go to start off a night of frat-hopping.

    4000 Spruce St.

    (215) 238-1512

  • The following places permit students ages 18 and above either regularly or for special events (details can be found on previous pages): Cavanaugh's, Egypt, Shampoo, Smokey Joe's, and Woody's.

学生投票

按照下列主题给校外的酒吧打分 基于 79 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 去很方便
  • 费用不高
  • 到学校的距离
  • 喝酒的价格
  • 有趣
  • 选择的多样性

学校里的party是怎样的 基于 78 个问卷回复

  • 8% 每天都有不眠之夜的聚会
  • 60% 从周三到周六有很多选择
  • 24% 只有周末在一些比较正式的家庭聚会
  • 5% 好的聚会很少且遥远
  • 3% 聚会,那是什么

每年最大的聚会是什么? 基于 45 个问卷回复

  • 89% Spring Fling
  • 9% St. Patty's day
  • 2% May day
气候 & 天气
事实 & 统计
  • 平均温度
    Spring - High: 62 °F
    Spring - Low: 45 °F
    Summer - High: 84 °F
    Summer - Low: 68 °F
    Fall - High: 66 °F
    Fall - Low: 50 °F
    Winter - High: 42 °F
    Winter - Low: 28 °F
  • 平均降水
    Spring: 3.73 in./month
    Summer: 4.00 in./month
    Fall: 3.26 in./month
    Winter: 3.19 in./month