Career Services works with Penn undergraduates, graduate and professional students; helping students and alumni define their career goals, and take the steps necessary to achieve them. The office also works with employers and graduate and professional schools interested in recruiting at Penn. Please explore their website for info about their programs In the office, you will find a wonderful Career Library, outstanding counselors and other staff members who can help you.
The Graduate Student Center is here to help you navigate the many resources at the University. Any graduate or professional student who experiencing an issue and is unsure where to turn can contact us for guidance. The Grad Center's director is available to meet with students to discuss issues, problems, etc. Penn provides many resources to help you thrive in graduate school. And we recognize that your overall wellness can fall within several dimensions including emotional, physical, social, spiritual, and financial. The University offers a wide range of resources designed to support these many dimensions of your wellness. Learn more about them below.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers confidential and free professional mental health services to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students at Penn. Their goal is to assist students in their adjustment to university life and help them take full advantage of the academic and social environment at Penn. Students learn to manage personal problems, situational crises, and academic stresses, as well as develop self awareness, personal responsibility, and skills for life-long learning. CAPS offers clinical prevention, intervention, and consultation services as well as training and supervision with special attention on issues of diversity and multiculturalism.