Access Features of University Buildings and Grounds
PennAccess provides information on the accessible features of the buildings and campus grounds owned or leased by the University.
The University of Pennsylvania is committed to providing a campus that accommodates its diverse community. PennAccess provides access information for campus buildings and public spaces for both the Penn community and visitors. The primary focus is to offer information to those with physical disabilities by providing site plans and a narrative of accessible instruction. This section of the website can also be used to augment event and program planning.
The documents in the drop down menu below include the following features:
- an access map and description of each building's features
- designated accessible entrances
- elevator and accessible restroom information
- routes of travel and areas where barriers exist
A complete description of PennAccess can be found here.
To open the PennAccess documents: (1) select a building from the drop down menu below (2) click the “Go” button to the right. The document will open in a new window. You can download, print, and save the document. The first drop down menu provides the documents in MS Word.doc format, the second drop down provides the documents as an Adobe PDF document.
Access Maps by Building (Word)
Access Maps by Building (PDF)
For students with additional questions regarding accessibility, contact the Office of Student Disabilities Services 215-573-9235 (voice), 215-746-6320 (TDD) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For faculty and staff queries, contact the Office of Affirmative Action (OAA) and 215-898-6993 (voice) / 215-898-7803 (TDD).
These PennAccess documents are also available through the Campus Maps page of our website. Search for the building of interest; click the highlighted icon on the map or the name in the right column to initiate the pop-up display. Below the picture (down arrow on the navigation button) in the lower right corner of the pop-up box, is a link to the associated PennAccess document as a pdf file. Click to download a pdf for that building.