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SAS students have two options for email:
- Setting up a Google@SAS account. Google@SAS is a suite of email and collaboration tools customized for Penn students. The Google@SAS FAQ for Students is an excellent resource for more info.
- Forwarding messages to a personal account. Choosing forward your messages will allow you to receive messages sent to your SAS address at the personal account of your choice.
What's a PennKey?
A PennKey is an individual's username and an associated password within the PennKey authentication system. A PennKey is required to authenticate your identity for access to many of Penn's electronic resources. Your PennKey is based on your PennName, a unique identifier for usernames on many Penn systems.
How Do I Change My PennName?
PennNames can be changed only under the following circumstances:
- A legal name change
- A PennName is deemed offensive to the Penn community
- Reported email harassment or threats that warrant a change
If you need to make a change to your Pennkey and your circumstance fits the above criteria please complete our help form.
How Do I Access the Internet on Campus?
- AirPennNet is the primary wireless network serving the University of Pennsylvania campus and may be accessed by the students, faculty, and staff of the University.
- When you're on-campus, follow the instructions to connect to AirPennNet
Trouble accessing AirPennNet?
- Try fixing it yourself by following the AirPennNet tips and tricks
- Can't fix it yourself? Ask the Tech Center for Help
PennO365 is a collaboration platform that provides :
- A full-featured email system with integrated calendaring
- Free installation of the latest version of Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus on up to five (5) personal computers and mobile devices.
- Access to Microsoft Office Online and 1 TB of storage on OneDrive, Microsoft’s cloud data storage and collaboration solution
How Do I Access PennO365?
Visit the PennO365 for Students to sign up.
Penn Libraries Information Commons & Education Commons
What Online Services Does Penn Libraries Have for Students?
What on-Campus Services Does Penn Libraries Have for Students?
- The Weigle Information Commons (WIC) in Van Pelt Library and Education Commons provide group study spaces, printing, and other equipment along with academic support services, and workshops to help you develop technology skills.
- The Vitale Digital Media Lab has equipment, software, and support for video and multi-media projects.
- The Butler Assistive Technology Room in Van Pelt includes a variety of assistive technologies.
Please use our General Computing Help For SAS Students.
*Taken with permission from sas.upenn.edu