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Penn today announced admission decisions for Regular Decision applicants to the Class of 2023, the institution’s 267th class. The admitted cohort of 3,345 was selected from a pool of 44,960 applicants.
The School of Arts and Sciences’ College of Liberal and Professional Studies has launched a new program that, for the first time, makes an Ivy League bachelor’s degree accessible online. Beginning in the fall of 2019, the Penn LPS Online platform will offer a fully-accredited, online education for working adults and other non-traditional students.
A group of 13 active-duty service members and veterans took part in the Warrior-Scholar Project, which introduces enlisted personnel toward an undergraduate program at a top-tier institution with a weeklong academic program.
Admitted students for the Class of 2022 visit campus to help make their enrollment decision final.
Penn's Class of 2022 admissions roster for regular-decision applicants has been released, detailing the freshman class selection out of over 44,000 applicants.
The University of Pennsylvania Board of Trustees approved a record $237 million financial aid budget, an increase of 5.25 percent and the largest financial aid budget in Penn’s history.
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Penn is among colleges not requiring applicants to complete the SAT and ACT essay tests.
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Admission to Penn continues to be highly competitive with acceptance falling to 8 percent of those who applied for the Class of 2022. And Dean of Admissions Eric Furda said Penn was proud to offer acceptances to underrepresented students, one out of seven of which were the first in their families to attend college.
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