CAPS has significantly expanded and diversified its resources in the past few years.
Some faculty members were formally notified of the recent death of College senior Nicholas Moya days after it occurred. Others never received a notification from the University.
Members of the task force concluded that ongoing initiatives have been adequately addressing the issue of mental health on campus.
On Aug. 31, the same top three University officials emailed about Hurricane Harvey, including many same resources and details.
"The whole purpose of a leave of absence is to put students on a path to success," said Executive Director for Education and Academic Planning Rob Nelson.
A lawyer said Penn's policies surrounding maternity leave may not seem fair, but are definitely legal.
A lawyer says this mistake might have violated a federal law that protects the confidentiality of student records in all federally funded schools.
Penn was named the 7th best university in the United States, according to Times Higher Education's rankings. Forbes also recently named Penn the nation's 7th best college.
"This shortsighted decision violates our core principles as a University community – indeed, as a nation," Penn administrators wrote.
“Penn was a leader in higher education, but Bob was a leader in LGBT advocacy."
This isn't the first time Gutmann has made statements in favor of immigrant rights.
"Nick was and always will be a beloved brother of Sigma Alpha Mu," the group said. "In all that he did on Penn's campus, Nick embodied the main tenets of our brotherhood and he will be greatly missed."
The student, Nicholas Moya, formerly lived in Ware College House and had been president of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity.
The email included a list of campus resources for support at Penn and provided links to local organizations on the ground in Houston for those wishing to contribute.
“Congrats, you’ve made it to the top university in the world!!” writes the opening sentence in the guide. “There are a few things we forgot to mention in your glossy orientation packets."
“She is a brilliant human being. I am honored to know her. When I think about someone who has truly changed my life, I think of her.”
Sixteen percent of Penn undergraduates are legacies. That's more than the percentage of black students or first-generation students.
Cross, who begins her new job on Sept. 13, replaces longtime LGBT Center Director Bob Schoenberg.
“I took this course of action to protect Duke Chapel,” Duke President Vincent Price wrote.
The catalog is the first in a series of updates to Penn's information systems through the “Next Generation Student Systems” project.