LPS Students

Application Process and Deadlines

Full-time LPS students enrolled in degree-granting programs may apply for housing at MyHomeAtPenn.upenn.edu beginning February 29, 2016 using their Pennkey and password. Students receive their Pennkeys once they have been entered into the student registration system by their schools.

Because returning Penn students have priority, LPS students are advised to list several room type preferences in order to increase the opportunities for assignment.

When applying, students must agree to the Terms and Conditions for University Housing, a legally binding contract, for the full occupancy period and are responsible for rent for the full term. Please read the cancellation policies before submitting the housing application.

Assignment Process

Upon receiving a housing assignment, all students must log-in to MyHomeAtPenn to confirm or cancel their assignment. Confirming means a student acknowledges receipt of the assignment and intends to live on campus. Cancelling means that the student is no longer attending the University or no longer planning to living on campus. Students who cancel their assignments will be charged cancellation fees according to the Terms and Conditions.

    Housing Accommodations

    Both undergraduate and graduate LPS students are housed inĀ Sansom Place, which includes a number of room types, such as:

    • one-bedroom apartments
    • two-bedroom apartments
    • single bedrooms with shared bathrooms
    • double one-bedroom apartments
      Please click here for more information on Sansom Place room types and rent rates.

      Undergraduate students are housed on contiguous floors. The undergraduate occupancy period is for the academic year, August 24, 2016 - May 10, 2017 and rent is charged on a semester basis.

      Graduate students may select either an August 27, 2015 - May 31, 2017 or August 27, 2015 - June 30, 2017 occupancy period. Rent is charged monthly and includes furnishings and utilities. Older undergraduate students may be placed in graduate housing.