Last year, the yield rate for the Class of 2018 was also 66 percent. The overall acceptance rate for the Class of 2019 was 9.9 percent, also the same number as last year.
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As graduation inches closer for the Class of 2015, some Penn seniors are planning to immediately pursue an advanced degree. But this number is small relative to peer schools.
A college consultant said that admissions officers will investigate if any concerns are raised about a particular applicant.
Alumnae from the classes of 1975, 1985 and 1995 shared their application stories, and revealed how much things have changed.
The survey will close on Thursday at midnight.
Some students are placed on the waitlist at Penn to maintain relations with schools or families.
The Daily Pennsylvanian checked in with three of Penn's newest Quakers to find out what drew them to Penn and what they hope to experience when they arrive on campus.
As hundreds of prospective Penn students flood campus for Quaker Days, current students are gearing up for the wildest weekend of the year.
Although a string of Greek life scandals have proliferated in the national media, Penn continues to give fraternities and sororities a positive spin to prospective students.
Students and administration think there's more to a good graduate program than numbers.
Because early decision is a binding agreement, students who are accepted to schools early must commit before they receive their financial aid packages.
Today at 5 pm EST, regular decision applicants to the Class of 2019 will be able to access their decisions via the online applicant portal.
Nursing freshman Delaney Jenkins was underwhelmed after viewing her admissions files.
Next Tuesday, thousands of hopeful applicants will learn whether or not they have been accepted to Penn.
On Feb. 1, Penn officially implemented a new set of policies regarding sexual assault. The changes led a group of Penn Law professors to write an open letter of criticism and continue to bring mixed reactions among Penn faculty and students.
It is undetermined whether Furda will continue to serve as Dean of Admissions at Penn.
Applicants with connections were more likely to be accepted to UT Austin. But this phenomenon occurs subtly at colleges everywhere, with Penn being no exception.
Without the option of merit-based scholarships, Penn cannot lure outstanding athletes or writing prodigies with money — but recruited students do find value in community.
As of February 22, the admissions office had received over 140 FERPA requests.
Each spring, a small contingent of Penn applicants receives a piece of exciting news weeks in advance of regular decision release.