Want to take courses at Penn during the Summer Session? There is no application process for current Penn students who want to take a course on campus or online: any current Penn student may enroll in Summer Session courses through Penn InTouch beginning March 21, 2016.
Current students from any of Penn's undergraduate degree programs are encouraged to speak with their advisor from their home school (College of Arts and Sciences, Wharton Undergraduate, SEAS, Nursing, Liberal and Professional Studies) prior to enrolling in Penn Summer courses. Please note that LPS Undergraduate advisors may not advise undergraduate students from other schools at Penn.
Interested in studying abroad this summer? Visit Penn Summer Abroad for a list of exciting locales.
Incoming Penn freshmen must complete and submit the Penn Freshman Registration Form available below, as well as submit a copy of their Penn acceptance letter. Advisor approval is required on the form; no other supporting documentation is required. Once the form is submitted and your record is created, you will receive an e-mail confirmation with information regarding the registration process.
Penn alumni are encouraged to continue on the path of lifelong learning through the College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS). Graduates of an undergraduate or graduate degree program of the University of Pennsylvania are eligible to register for undergraduate courses in the day or evening. There is no application required of students interested in the Penn Alumni Program. However, alumni will need to access the application system via the Registration link below in order to submit pertinent information necessary for the activation of a student record.
Upon verification of alumni status by the LPS office, alumni will be permitted to register for courses up to and including the 599 level. Traditional post-baccalaureate academic policies, tuition rates, and deadlines of the College of Liberal and Professional Studies apply to alumni registrants.
Interested in graduate level courses? Consider the Non-Traditional Graduate Studies Program.