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Path@Penn will soon replace Penn InTouch. Credit: Jesse Zhang

Path@Penn is now live, Student Registration and Financial Services announced to students on Monday. 

The new interface will replace Penn InTouch, becoming the new student information system containing academic records, financial aid, and student profiles. Beginning April 4, Path@Penn will contain new course search and registration tools, allowing students to begin planning for summer registration and advance registration for the fall. 

After June, Penn InTouch will go offline, and students will only be able to use Path@Penn. Before using Path@Penn, students will need to log in and verify that their personal information was transferred correctly into the new system. 

Updates to the system include permission request forms for classes, graduate and undergraduate class course filters, and calendar functions that allow students to map out non-academic conflicts.

Between now and June, students will use both Path@Penn and Penn InTouch for registration and academic planning.

Penn InTouch can still be used to view grades and understand degree requirements. Students will also be able to make changes to their spring 2022 class registration and apply to graduate in May 2022.

Path@Penn will be used for registration related to future terms. In the upcoming weeks, students will be able to explore classes, participate in advance registration for fall 2022, register for summer classes, pay summer and fall bills, and apply to graduate in August or December 2022.

For more guidance on when to use Penn InTouch versus Path@Penn, students can visit the Student Support Resources page on the Next Generation Student Systems website.

Guides and instructions are available on the Path@Penn web page to help navigate the new platform. Students are also welcome to contact the Student Support Center for assistance.