The applicant pool consists of over 3,000 more applicants than the Class of 2025, which previously held Penn's all-time high number of applications.
The elimination of the enrollment deposit, a decision made by Vice Provost and Dean of Admissions Whitney Soule, aims to ease the students’ admission into Penn.
The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with five members of the Class of 2027 about their backgrounds and what they are looking forward to the most this fall.
Penn Admissions’s announcement, released today on its blog, represents a continuation of the policies first implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the announcement, over 8,000 students applied to Penn through the Early Decision Program this year — an increase from last year’s 7,795 applicants and the largest early decision applicant pool in its history.
The decision brings Penn Carey Law into a group that includes Yale, Harvard, and other top law schools that which have also announced they will withdraw from the rankings.
Vice Provost and Dean of Admissions Whitney Soule wrote to the DP that she is working on a plan for when to fill McLaughlin's vacancy.
Every year, Penn admits around 160 transfers, second only to Cornell in the Ivy League.
For the 2023 global full-time MBA program rankings, Wharton came in behind Stanford Graduate School of Business and Harvard Business School, which ranked first and second respectively.
The new prompt, intended to be a “feel-good exercise” for applicants, was announced by Penn Admissions on Aug. 1.
Residential Services expected 2,545 first-year and transfer students, 2,379 second-year students, and 866 third- and fourth-year students to move into campus housing between Aug. 21 and 28.
Pre-First Year is a four-week academic intensive program prior to New Student Orientation that offers first-generation and low-income students one free elective credit at the conclusion of the program.
Here are five pieces of advice from Penn students on transitioning to life on campus.
The new policy, which replaces student loans with increases scholarship grants, took effect on June 23.
The plagiarism accusations, which surfaced through a petition launched on May 16, alleged that two students admitted to Penn’s highly selective seven-year bio-dental program plagiarized several research papers while in high school.
A 30-page document appears to present numerous instances of plagiarism and fabricated data in research papers and preprints authored by two students enrolled at Penn.
Relive the Class of 2022's junior year at Penn, which featured two fully virtual semesters as well as celebrations following Joe Biden's the election as president.
Relive the Class of 2022's first year at Penn, which was found the University near the center of the nation-wide admissions scandal as well as brought major changes to housing policies.
Members of Penn’s Kite and Key Society, the oldest student volunteer organization on campus, will receive compensation for their work within the society starting in fall 2022.
Yale argued that they have used a different method for calculating financial aid than the other accused schools for the past 14 years.