Science and Technology Wing (STWing)

  • KCECH’s annual robotics fair, hosted by Science and Technology Wing, draws guest speakers from robotics groups across campus and involves games such as, pictured here, a Hebocon competition.

STWing Server Update 11.21.2023

Server access has been extended to 11/30/2023.

STWing Server Update 11.20.2023
Instructions for retrieving files from force here:

General instructions on how to login: 

STWing Server Update 11.8.2023
We are experiencing some difficulties accessing server data. We have reached out to ISC for support. Please be patient as we navigate these issues.

STWing Server Update 10.24.2023

Thank you for your patience these past few months as we have worked with ISC to determine the next steps for the STWing server. The STWing server will be put back online for a period of 2 weeks in November from November 8th until November 22nd, 2023. The STWing current members and alumni will be able to retrieve their email and data files stored in in the server during this time period. If there are any security concerns detected during this time however, the server may be taken offline early. After November 22nd, 2023, the server data will be permanently unavailable.  The House will be working with the current STWing students to discuss options for developing a new virtual server in the coming year. 

If you have any issues logging into the STWing server or retrieving data, please contact KCECH House Director Krimo Bokreta at


Extending beyond Kings Court English House, the Science and Technology Wing (STWing) is a network of over two hundred undergraduates, graduate students, professors, and alumni from the University of Pennsylvania whose members share a strong interest in the science and technologies that permeate everyday life. While its reach is campus-wide, however, STWing’s simultaneous status as a program community helps maintain a flourishing intellectual and social community foundation both for the College House and the larger society. A great synergetic learning community, STWingers are always getting together to build something – from blimps to space cameras – relying on their collective knowledge of physics, engineering, computer science, as well as art and sense of humor to do so. In addition to these inventive pursuits, the pioneering residents of STWing have for years owned and maintained their own timesharing servers, raised money to fund a research fellowship, and helped produce a science journal of undergraduate research. Throughout the year the program hosts a dinner-discussion series to which University faculty, staff, and interesting non-Penn guests are invited, as well as purely social events planned by students. The program is entirely student run by its Continuum (Student Governance), though students often work closely with faculty on their projects and with House staff in planning their social activities.

Goals: STWing sets out to provide its members with the connections, structure, and resources (financial and otherwise) necessary to pursue projects of their own interests. The network faculty and alumni of associated with the program provides a personalized mentoring experience within this community context. The program teaches students to dare, but also to have fun and be collaborative in the process.

To Apply to this Program: In your housing application through the My Home at Penn portal, list this program as one of your top two choices. You're required to submit a short statement regarding your interest in the program as part of the Program Community application process. Follow the prompt as indicated in the application. You can also visit the Program Community Page for additional information.

Please visit our student run page here! STWing