Regular decision applicant Omar Sobh thought he would have to wait another three weeks before finding out his college admissions fate.
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When Alexa Cecil — a high-school junior at the Collegiate School in Richmond, Va. — made plans to visit Penn, she was expecting to see a lively, vibrant campus.
If Dean of Admissions Eric Furda could have dinner with anybody he wanted — living, deceased or fictional — who would he choose and why?
For College senior and Latino Coalition member Jeffrey Then, navigating through the college admissions process in high school was not a straightforward affair.
The early admissions option is coming back to Harvard and Princeton universities.
The future of Penn admissions may depend largely on one group — current Penn undergraduates.
Regular decision applicant Maggie Axelrod knows at least one thing for sure — her college future is still up in the air.
Fifteen years ago, 1995 College graduate Todd Lieberman was working as a caterer at an after-party for the 68th annual Academy Awards. Everything was going according to plan — that is, until Lieberman spilled a drink all over actor and comedian Jim Carrey.
The road to graduate school will soon be getting a makeover.
For as long as they can both remember, Engineering freshmen Julia and Leila Pikus have done everything together.
Though the Gates Cambridge Scholarship announced 30 winners Thursday, Penn students were nowhere to be found on the list.
Colleges will soon have another tool to detect dishonest applicants in the admissions process.
As the nation’s demographics continue to shift, Penn’s recruitment and admissions strategies may be changing with them.
Before news of the baby arrived, Nursing junior Katherine Thompson’s plans were simple and straightforward.
Penn students seeking financial assistance may have found another resource to help lessen the burden of paying for college.
Tea, crumpets and an open door to higher education are awaiting six Penn students and one recent graduate.
Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have decided to enter the mix.
A few weeks after learning that she had been admitted to Penn, College freshman Janaye McGrew decided to join the University’s official Class of 2014 Facebook group.
Aiden* knows what it feels like to be lonely, neglected and homeless. He has spent six of his 21 years living on the streets of North Philadelphia, braving the elements in search of a better life.
Penn isn’t alone among colleges that have seen record-breaking numbers of applicants for the class of 2015.