General Information on Commuter Benefits Student PennPass

SEPTA Student PennPass

Full-time Penn students may purchase a PennPass for specific service zones for semester-long discounted travel on SEPTA, Philadelphia's regional public transportation system. SEPTA buses, trolleys, and trains offer frequent service from the University's campus to virtually all cultural, shopping, and recreational venues throughout Philadelphia, the surrounding suburbs, Trenton, New Jersey (for connecting service to New York), Wilmington and Newark, Delaware. There is express service every half-hour between University City Station and Philadelphia International Airport.

A PennPass is designed to save you money only if you commute to campus or have other reasons to use SEPTA frequently. The PennPass is only offered for the fall and spring semesters.

Spring 2020

Passes are valid: January 12, 2020 through May 12, 2020

  • City Pass - $
  • Zone 1 Pass - $  (Required for the following Regional Rail Stations: Allegheny, Angora, Chelten Avenue, East Falls, Fern Rock, Germantown, Olney, Queen Lane, Wayne Junction, Wistar, Wynnefield, 49th Street)
  • Zone 2 Pass - $
  • Zone 3 Pass - $
  • Anywhere Zone - $
Order a PennPass

 How to Order a PennPass

Step 1.

Order PennPass through Campus Express

Students must order their PennPass through the Campus Express website between December 1, 2019 and February 1, 2020.

Order PennPass
Step 2.

Pickup PennPass

Students may pick up their PennPasses beginning Monday, January 6, 2020, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., at the Penn Parking Services Office, 3401 Walnut Street, 4th Floor. (Building entrance is next to Starbucks on the corner of 34th & Walnut Streets.) Please bring your PennCard. Last day for pickup is Tuesday January 31, 2020.

Step 3.

Renew, Cancel, or Report Missing PennPass

Students may renew or cancel their PennPasses through the Campus Express website. If your PennPass is lost, Parking Services and SEPTA will not replace it. If your PennPass is stolen, you should bring the police report to the Penn Parking Office, 3401 Walnut Street, Fourth Floor. Stolen PennPasses will not be replaced without a police report.

Renew or Cancel PennPass