G.O. Penn is a database of all registered student groups at Penn. If you’re interested in joining a new group or starting one for yourself, check out G.O. Penn!
Missed a group at the SAC Activities Fair? Go to Get Involved @ Penn to see who was there and how to get involved.
The Office of Student Affairs, located at 200 Houston Hall, is the hub of student organizations and governance on campus. Come by to learn about how to get involved or to get your questions about clubs answered.
For information about Greek life at Penn, including Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, and the Intercultural Greek Council, check out the website of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
The Penn Undergraduate Funding Guide (PUFG) is a resource for student groups and students seeking funding for events, programming, and travel. It provides a how-to guide on the Common Funding Application and details about the various student-run and administrative funding sources.
The Common Funding Application (CFA) is a portal from which to apply for funding from more than a dozen student funding boards at once. You can view the policies of each group and submit an itemized request to receive funding.
The UA maintains a contingency fund of more than $10,000 that serves as a last-resort source of funding for undergraduate groups and programs.
Any student who requires reimbursement on behalf of club spending must file through Concur, which is the University’s reimbursement tool.