SP2 students can access their email through Penn O365, available here or from the Webmail jump station on the Penn homepage (choose option Penn0365).

Find instructions for setting up email on your mobile devices and computers. Additional help & resources for using Penn O365 are also available.

Initial Email Setup

Accepted SP2 students will receive a Penn O365 Email account AFTER they have successfully created and registered their Pennkey.

Please wait 2-3 business days after creating your Pennkey and then follow the instructions below for accessing email.   

How to setup your Penn O365 email account:

  1. Setup your Penn O365 password here.
  2. Wait 3 minutes for your password to register in the system.
  3. You can now access your Penn O365 account at https://portal.office.com or from the Webmail jump station from the UPENN homepage by clicking Penn O365. (IMPORTANT: Your username for Penn O365 is pennkey@upenn.edu where “pennkey” is your actual Pennkey name.)
  4. If you have waited 3 business days and you do NOT have access to your Penn O365 email, please fill out the form below.

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