One of the only programs at Penn that lets you enroll in classes without applying for admission, Penn Summer provides you with the ideal opportunity to enjoy our outstanding urban campus, take day, evening, or online courses that fit your life, and get ready for your next big adventure.
- Prepare for your next level of education
Complete prerequisite courses and build confidence as you enhance your academic transcript.
- Unlock your career potential
Polish up your resume with topics such as economics, data science, or human anatomy.
- Discover your new pastime or passion
Learn a new language, explore creative expression, or dive into rich topics in cinema, history, and culture.
In this video, Jaime Kelly, Director, Certificate and Non-Degree Programs, and our Penn Summer recruitment team share details about courses, campus resources, tuition and enrollment details. If you are having trouble viewing this video, you can watch it on YouTube.
2020 Penn Summer On-Campus Summer Session II dates:
|Summer Session II:||July 2 – August 7, 2020|
Summer classes are smaller in size, providing greater interactive discussion, and all are taught by Penn instructors. Plus, you have the flexibility to schedule your classes during the day or evening which means you can select courses that fit into your summer plans.
Penn Summer On-Campus is open to:
- Current Penn undergraduates
- Visiting undergraduate students
- International students (if already enrolled at an accredited US college or university for the fall semester)
- Working professionals and Penn employees
- Penn alumni
During any of the three sessions, you can register to take classes at the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Penn Law School and the Wharton School. Get more information about enrolling in Penn Summer On-Campus.
If you are not going to be in Philadelphia this summer, but still want to take advantage of Penn’s academics, consider one of our Penn Summer Online courses. No matter where you are in the world, you can participate in the academics of the Ivy League.