Facilities at Penn Engineering
The School of Engineering is located in a complex of buildings including: the Towne Building, Moore School Building, and Levine Hall. There is also space occupied in LRSM, Hayden Hall, 3401 Walnut Street, and in the Vagelos Laboratories of the IAST.
Find Engineering buildings on a map of the whole campus
Engineering School Building Complex map
Computer labs - Maintained by CETS
Central Pool Classrooms
Information on the classrooms, including amount of seating, type of lighting, and installed equipment is available on the web. Information on the Central Pool Classrooms can be found by selecting the search feature on the University's Classroom Finder at: http://www.isc-cts.upenn.edu/finder/. The links below will bring up a new window showing the Central Pool Classrooms available within that particular building.
For more information, including barrier free access, of the buildings see the webpages of the Division of Facilities Management:
- 3401 Walnut Street,
- Moore Building
- Levine Hall
- Hayden Hall
- Towne Building
- Edison Building
- Vagelos Building of the IAST
- Skirkanich Hall
Research Facilities (by department)
- Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
- Computer and Information Science
- Electrical and Systems Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics
Cyber CafeThe Cyber Cafe is located in the heart of the engineering school (Levine Hall), offers a wide variety of espresso based drinks to keep you going. Not in the mood for coffee, they also serve fresh salads, delicious sandwiches and unbeatable pastries.
Cyber Cafe Hours of Operation
For more information about the Ikon Copy Center, please contact Anthony Bradley at 215-898-8115 or 215-898-7983 or email email@example.com
The Engineering Library is located in room 217 of the Towne Building.
For more information including hours of operation see: Penn's Engineering Library