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All vaccinated undergraduate and graduate students returning to campus in the fall will be required to receive COVID-19 screening tests twice a month beginning Sept. 13, University officials announced Wednesday.
As students return to campus for the fall semester, Penn’s Counseling and Psychological Services will offer a variety of in-person and virtual services to support students’ mental wellness.
Penn’s on-campus vaccination clinic will administer the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday and Thursday this week.
Penn’s new course registration system will replace Penn InTouch in March 2022 after facing multiple delays.
After three days of being eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on campus, Penn students are grateful to have the opportunity to be vaccinated and are impressed by how smooth the vaccination site is operating.
Penn’s undergraduate COVID-19 case count decreased for the third straight week from April 4 through April 10, nearing a semester low.
Advance registration for the fall 2021 semester opens on Tuesday after being delayed by over three weeks.
As the University plans a return to widespread in-person instruction in fall 2021, Penn professors look forward to taking with them the lessons they learned from virtual instruction.
After declining for five straight weeks, Penn's weekly undergraduate COVID-19 positivity rate increased from 0.23% to 0.93% for the week from March 14 to March 20.
One year of social isolation, loss of loved ones, and uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a deep toll on people's mental health as seen around the world and within the Penn community.
Penn's COVID-19 positivity rate decreased for the fourth straight week to a new semester low, reaching 0.31% in the week from Feb. 28 to March 6, preceding the University's two-day abbreviated spring break.
Penn has delayed its advance registration period for fall 2021 as the University continues to work towards announcing how fall courses will be taught.
One week after Pottruck Health and Fitness Center reopened, students are grateful and excited to have access to the facilities, even after experiencing some difficulties when reserving a time to work out.
Even as the University's COVID-19 positivity rate reached its lowest rate of the semester this week, Penn administrators stressed the importance of remaining cautious and avoiding travel next week.
As COVID-19 continues to ravage the world, many Penn students have found themselves impacted by the pandemic and forced to isolate or quarantine for extended periods of time.
Despite pandemic-related health restrictions, Penn’s Medical Emergency Response Team is still operational and prepared to respond to emergencies in the Penn community this semester.
Penn is providing students, faculty, and staff a six-month premium subscription to Wellnest, a mindfulness app that promotes self-reflection and journaling in a creative and rewarding way.
Penn's Counseling and Psychological Services hired four new staff members to expand services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Penn welcomed students back to on-campus housing this past week for the first time since March, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced campus life to operate remotely. Many first years finally took their first steps down Locust Walk, with some expressing excitement and others voicing concerns about safety.
When College juniors and Albanian twins Aleksia and Vasia Barka were first years, they sat together at a table in Hill College House dining hall and were surprised at what they heard. The student across from them was speaking in Albanian.