Program participants will be responsible for securing their own housing for the one-week duration of the Institute. The Institute will run from 9:00am to 4:00pm, and breakfast will be provided daily.
Penn Law has contracted with the University to offer a limited number of accommodations on the UPenn campus for $88 per night during the period of June 9 through June 14, 2019. Private rooms in air-conditioned multi-occupancy suites with shared living spaces and bathrooms will be provided in a College House on the University of Pennsylvania campus. This residence hall room rate includes full linen pack consisting of sheet set, towels, washcloth, pillow and blanket, as well as complimentary Internet.
To book and pay for on-campus housing, please visit the registration portal for admitted students through Cvent. Please note that there is only a limited amount of on-campus accommodations available, so we encourage you to book early as we expect these to full up quickly.
The International House is another option nearby the Law School campus, which provides inexpensive housing to students. More information about staying at the IH can be found on their website.
Additionally, there are numerous accommodation options convenient to Penn Law or Center City.
Hotels near campus:
Hotels in Center City Philadelphia:
- Club Quarters
- Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown
- Radisson Plaza Warwick Hotel
- Sheraton Philadelphia City Center Hotel
- Sonesta Hotel
- Windsor Suites Philadelphia