Meeting with our Chaplains

We know your college experience at Penn will be exciting, rewarding and challenging. In those times of challenge we are here to help you.  Whether you need a listening ear or are experiencing stress, grief, family illness or any other situation please reach out for help.

You can contact us at 215-898-8456 on weekdays or click here to connect directly with our staff.

Resources on Campus

The Office of the Chaplain is part of a wider community of support here at Penn.  There are many resources available for students, faculty or staff in need; you can see a partial list of these resources below.  If you are unsure of the best resource for your situation we are glad to help guide you to the best place.

The Wellness at Penn website maintains a thorough listing of events and a wide range of campus resources organized into eight kinds of wellness: Emotional, Physical, Mental, Social, Sexual, Spiritual, Financial & Occupational.

If you are looking for support from a specific religious community please view the list of contacts available here and you can always contact us for help in making a connection.

Emergencies & Public Safety

In case of emergency dial 215-573-3333 or 511 from any campus phone to reach Public Safety

Help Line – 215-898-HELP (4357)
24-hour-a-day phone number for members of the Penn community who are seeking time sensitive help in navigating Penn’s resources for health and wellness.

Student Resources

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) – 215-898-7021
3624 Market St, 1st Floor

Student Health Service – 215-746-3535
3535 Market St, Suite 100

RAP Line – 215-573-2RAP (2727)
Reach A Peer help line, available 9pm – 1am

VPUL/Student Intervention Services (SIS) – 215-898-6081
The SIS Team assists the University community in handling emergencies or critical incidents involving the welfare and safety of students

Special Services – 215-898-6600
Support services from the Division of Public Safety

Weingarten Learning Resources Center – 215-573-9235
3702 Spruce St
Stouffer Commons, Suite 300

Staff/Faculty Resources

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – 888-321-4433