This year, between 68 and 69 percent of students admitted to the Penn Class of 2020 committed to the school.
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From the historic, decorated Quad to the brand new College House opening this fall, Penn offers a variety of living options.
Plans that hopeful high school seniors write on their college applications rarely end up falling in line with what they actually do at Penn. For two graduating seniors, changing plans was a good thing.
As the school year draws to an end, Penn’s Class of 2020 is preparing to transition to college life this fall. The Daily Pennsylvanian caught up with three incoming students to talk about how they decided to come to Penn.
Back for the third year in a row, Quaker Days has prospective students exploring Penn’s campus and beyond.
Last month, the federal government released a new policy, allowing international students studying STEM fields to stay in the United States for on-the-job training for up to three years.
See how this year's rate of 9.4 percent compares to the other schools in the Ivy League.
Penn’s overall acceptance rate fell to 9.4 percent this year, the lowest in the University’s history.
The graduate programs at the Wharton School and Penn Nursing both slipped in the 2017 U.S. News and World Report Graduate School rankings, but other graduate schools at Penn fared the same or better than in the previous year.
While the rest of her classmates were searching for colleges in the United Kingdom, Wharton freshman Pearl Banjurtrungkajorn, a student at Shrewsbury International School in Thailand, decided to forge her own path and come to an American school — Penn.
UA presidential candidates talk tuition, sexual assault and effectiveness of student government in second debate
On Monday night, the three candidates running for UA President met for their second debate, butting heads on a number of issues and calling for change within the UA.
Located just outside Van Pelt Library, the Button has become a central landmark on Penn’s campus since 1981, but there’s always been one problem: it’s broken.
On March 31 at 5:00 p.m., Penn, alongside all of the other Ivies, will release their regular admission decisions.
The final year of veterinary school can be stressful enough, especially at a high-pressure school like Penn — but imagine doing it all under the watchful eye of a camera.
Over the last few years, technology has made an enormous impact on the college admissions process — for better or for worse.
The five Penn seniors who just won the Thouron Award have spent their undergraduate careers studying very different subjects, but now, all have found a path to graduate school in the United Kingdom.
This Saturday, high school juniors around the country will rise early to tackle the SAT Reasoning Test. But for the first time since 2005, it’s a different test.
When Wharton freshman Sabrina Sidhu found out her older sister got into Penn, she was ecstatic. A sophomore in high school at the time, Sabrina started crying while her sister was “relatively calm” after announcing that she had been admitted. Two years later, Sabrina started looking at colleges for herself, and she said she was influenced by her sister in deciding that Penn was where she wanted to go.
For Penn employees, taking a maternity leave quite often means not being able to take off any more days after returning to work, even if their child is sick.
From Feb. 12 to Feb. 14, Penn hosted an all-Ivy conference on mental health titled “Unmasking the Ivy League.” The conference, which included students and administrators, was comprised of speaker sessions and collaborative workshops to help address the growing issue of mental illness on college campuses.