SRFS Must-Do List
Penn’s Division of Public Safety encourages you to provide personal emergency contact information for use with the UPennAlert Emergency Notification System & Penn Guardian. Partner with Penn by providing a phone number (preferably a cell phone) where you can best be reached. You can also register parents or guardians, so University officials can communicate with them as well.
Register for UPennAlert: From Penn InTouch select Profile, privacy & emergency, then Emergency Contact
Register for Penn Guardian at: http://www.publicsafety.upenn.edu/pennguardian/
The University generally cannot, by federal student privacy law (FERPA), discuss your academic or financial records with a third party, including parents. To authorize Penn to share your information with a parent, guardian, sponsor, or another party, you must designate them explicitly.
From Penn InTouch, select Profile, privacy & emergency, then Share Academic/Financial Information.
Penn.Pay is Penn’s electronic billing and payment system. As a student, you can access Penn.Pay with your PennKey. To enable others (such as your parents) to also receive and/or pay your bill, and view new activity on a daily basis, you must invite them as an Authorized User.
From Penn InTouch, select Student Billing Account, then Pay Your Bill/Penn.Pay.
We encourage you to enroll in direct deposit, as you may receive wages from a Work-Study job, other campus employment, or receive a student account refund. Direct deposit ensures your funds will be deposited to your personal US bank account. Enroll as soon as possible, using a bank local to Penn, or one of your own choosing. Please note that Penn has two separate direct deposit systems, and you may need to enroll in both.
For Student Account Refunds
From Penn InTouch, select Student Billing Account and then Direct Deposit for Refunds.
For Student Employment
After logging in to Workday@Penn, select Personal Information and then About Me > Pay.
Visit Penn People to view and update your biographic and demographic information that is on file with the University.
From Penn InTouch select Profile, privacy & emergency, then Personal profile to enter your information.
Note: Revealing passwords or allowing other organizations or individuals to use your personal accounts to access Penn systems is a violation of University policy. Additionally, you compromise your privacy and become vulnerable to identity theft.