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Penn admitted 22 percent of its early decision applicants to the Class of 2021 this year, slightly lower than last year’s rate of 23.2 percent.
The hottest new technological advancement — virtual reality — could even impact the world of higher education.
Penn is looking to expand its online learning to an unexpected demographic: high school students.
Penn is offering a class that combines the very different disciplines of anthropology and computer science — ANTH 258/CIS 106: Visualizing the Past, Peopling the Present.
This year, Penn received 6,075 applications in the Early Decision round — the most it has ever seen.
Penn developed an efficient way to read applications — and it's encouraging other schools to get on board
Penn is encouraging other universities to pilot a team admissions strategy that Penn implemented four years ago — and Swarthmore has already adopted it.
Penn’s financial aid website claims that the University “commits to meeting full demonstrated need for four years” — but that hasn’t been the experience of all students at Penn.
If the name of one of the Pennovation Center’s designers sounds familiar, it’s probably because his cousin has been cropping up in the news during this election cycle.
The Republican Party has made headlines this year for its split opinion on 1968 Wharton graduate Donald Trump. Republicans at Penn have encountered a similar divide among themselves.
High school seniors applying to Penn: don’t bother changing your name on Facebook, admissions won’t be checking your page.
"When I tell people I was homeschooled, either they’re like, ‘oh you’re so lucky, you got to sit around on the couch all day and eat chocolates,’ or they’re like ‘oh, poor you, your parents must’ve been so strict; you must’ve never been allowed outside to see the sun,” College sophomore Lena Greenberg said.
Just weeks after Penn restricted its Early Decision policy, the University released a statement undoing the change and reverting the Early Decision Program back to the original procedure.
Every year between Labor Day and the early decision deadline, a dizzying array of college ranking lists are released across the internet.
Every year, upperclassmen are faced with the perennial choice of whether to stay another year in the dorms or fend for themselves in an off-campus apartment.
If you want a building on Penn’s campus named after you, a near-certain way to achieve that is to become the president of the University.
PennApps — the weekend-long hackathon at Penn that happens twice a year — drew to a close in Irvine Auditorium on Sunday.
Although the quintessential pre-med student is a biology major, at Penn, a variety of majors are represented by pre-med students. Everyone knows someone — a friend, a classmate, 70 percent of your freshman hall — who is on the pre-med track.
Penn Admissions made a significant change to its Early Decision policy to ensure that early applicants are as committed to Penn as possible.
Penn has good news for high schoolers who have already taken the SAT seven times: You’re no longer required to send all of your test scores to Penn.