The Office of Audit, Compliance and Privacy provides services in three distinct yet related disciplines—audit, compliance, and privacy—in support of the vision to advance the University and Penn Medicine from excellence to eminence in the core endeavors of teaching, research, and service.
Office of the Executive Vice President
The nine reporting divisions below provide leadership across the key administrative areas of the University. These divisions collaboratively develop and implement Penn's strategic priorities.
The Business Services Division supports the individual and collective needs of the Penn community by promoting a hospitable, customer-friendly campus environment through the provision of mission-critical services and essential operations.
The Division of Finance is responsible for the centralized finance functions of the University. Its departments are essential to Penn’s financial management and ensure that financial resources are expertly stewarded, that financial policies are clear and consistently applied, and that faculty, staff, and students have access to funding needed to support their enrollment or perform their work.
The dedicated personnel of The Division of Public Safety are responsible for enhancing the quality of life, safety, and security of the Penn community. The Division accomplishes its mission through the delivery of a comprehensive and integrated safety and security program, in partnership with the community that it serves.
The University’s Office of Budget and Management Analysis manages Penn’s budget planning process, including establishing budget planning parameters; reviewing responsibility center budget submissions; administering allocated cost and space charge algorithms; advising University leadership on central resource allocation issues; presenting the budget to trustees, senior officers, faculty, staff, and students; and monitoring responsibility center operating performance against budget.
Penn’s Division of Human Resources strives to provide employees with the resources they need for career growth and personal wellness. Whether employees are looking to enhance their skills, explore academic interests, build retirement savings, or develop a healthy lifestyle, Penn HR can help.
Information about Penn’s policies, programs, and resources in the areas of affirmative action and equal opportunity.
AARC is a resource center dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of faculty, staff, and students at Penn with a particular focus on those of African descent.
Information about the University’s communications services, publications, and media outlets.
A list of forums and communities where faculty and staff can congregate to discuss issues of common interest.
The Office of the General Counsel handles all legal matters pertaining to the University and Penn Medicine.
Explore Penn’s extensive library collections and online resources.
Hundreds of thousands of Penn alumni reside across the globe. The team at Penn Alumni Relations has made it their mission to seek to engage with all the University’s graduates to support lifelong connections to each other and their schools, and to encourage alumni guidance to advance Penn’s eminence for future generations.