African Studies Center

University of Pennsylvania


Penn National African Language Initiative Summer Institute (NALISI) Zulu Program
June 13 — August 05, 2011


Participants will have an option to live off-campus or on campus in one of the College Houses.

On Campus Housing

Penn's high-rise residence halls welcome guests to apartment-style living with breathtaking views of the city in attractive accommodations offering wall-to-wall carpeting, air conditioning, private bathrooms and many with kitchens.

Each resident is supplied with a bed, linens, desk and chair, and a dresser. accomodation imagesAdditional room furnishings vary depending on the type of room.

Each floor has its own public facilities, including lounges, and laundries. Many have special amenities such as commissaries, pianos, pool tables, ATMs, coffee houses, vending machines, recreational equipment and more.

In all of the College Houses, safety is of the utmost importance. Security staff are stationed at the entrances around the clock. House Managers, and a full complement of housekeeping and maintenance staff are available in case of an emergency. Visitors are welcome, but they must be signed in by residents.

More Info for on campus accommodations.

For more information please contact:
Audrey N Mbeje, Ph.D., NALISI Director
University of Pennsylvania
African Studies Center
648 Williams Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Tel.: 215.898.4299

For more information about African Languages at Penn please email the Director of African Language Program,
Dr. Audrey N Mbeje, or call: (215) 898-4299

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