After tumultuous evictions from campus amid the pandemic, select students managed to stay in their University housing. Now, Penn is asking students to relocate to other dorms in an effort to consolidate resources.
Penn Abroad said it is currently too early to make a final decision on the status of fall study abroad programs, but that students should find out if they are cancelled by May 15.
Penn Abroad anticipates there will be travel restrictions that affect fall semester study abroad programs. Currently, multiple countries have implemented restrictions on incoming travelers from the United States.
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