Students at Campus Philly’s partner colleges and universities have exclusive access to Campus Philly programs at no cost. Campus Philly communicates with students directly and works in collaboration with admissions, student life, and career service offices on campus to connect schools with off-campus opportunities across the Philadelphia region.
Click here to download our partnership brochure including details on Campus Philly’s programs to connect students to Philadelphia, support student development, and match students with local jobs and internships – as well as our partnership rates. Partnerships renew on May 31, 2018.
Confirm your school’s partnership for 2018-19 and activate today!
Contact Patrick Sherlock, Vice President of University Relations and Student Engagement email@example.com or 215.988.1707 x105
- Place orders for the 2018-19 edition of the Insider Guide to Philadelphia
- Schedule our Meet Philly Tour to visit campus during new student orientation, and schedule trainings for residence hall staff and student leaders so your students can experience the whole region as their campus.
- Add Campus Philly CollegeFest on September 8 at Dilworth Park to your student activities calendar! Stay tuned for more dates including our Launch Event Series and Open Arts College Nights.
Campus Philly’s Meet Philly Tour visits 100+ on-campus event, including Arcadia University each August – presenting during orientation leader training and leading a workshop for first-year students, plus tabling during the fall activities fair.
Widener University consulted with Campus Philly to organize the school’s first-year orientation day in the city – we created three tours for students to follow, exploring local culture, food, and neighborhoods.
Campus Philly’s Michelle Ahn brought our resource table and headshot photographer to career fairs at Villanova University, and several other partner schools in 2017-18.
University of Delaware’s Career Services Center worked with Campus Philly’s Debora Charmelus to plan an afternoon visit to the city for 24 students, include a workplace tour and museum visit, before ending the day at Create-adelphia, our Launch Event for students interested in creative and cultural careers.
For the first time, Neumann University joined student leaders from 20+ other schools for Inclusive Leadership Conference at Temple in February.
Campus Philly’s Cory Dulaney (above, left) welcomes students throughout the year; in September he shared ourPhilly 101 presentation with students from Ursinus College’s Philadelphia Experience program. The group later joined us at the Barnes Foundation for Open Arts College Night later in the semester.
Eastern University worked with Campus Philly’s Ella Strauss to build a group trip around this winter’s Open Arts College Night at the Riverrink.
5,000 students and 100+ schools are represented at Campus Philly CollegeFest each September. At last year’s event Temple University, Arcadia University, University of Pennsylvania, University of the Sciences, Saint Joseph’s University and Bryn Mawr College had the most students check-in at the event.
Contact Patrick Sherlock by May 31 to renew your school’s partnership for 2018-19, begin activating for next year, and explore new ways Campus Philly can support your staff and reach even more students.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215.988.1707 x105