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.
Out of all the Ivies, only Yale and Cornell saw an increase in their acceptance rate this year, whereas Penn had the same acceptance rate
Though Penn's acceptance rate is as low as ever, a new ranking claims that's not the only data point that matters.
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.
Getting by as an undocumented immigrant is difficult — but at Penn and beyond, this population is seeing growing support.
Next Tuesday, thousands of hopeful applicants will learn whether or not they have been accepted to 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.
The top fifty online students will have their application fees to the Wharton MBA program waived and, if accepted into Wharton, the top five students will be granted a $20,000 scholarship.
While upperclassmen advisors relish the opportunity to help younger students, some feel that their helping hand is not always reached for. They would like to see improvements in the program that encourage additional interaction throughout the school year.
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.
College applicants who want to round out their application with a high class rank can forget their troubles for a while.
One college consultant encourages applicants to write "love letters" to their dream schools.
The University should work on promoting its Early Decision policies to lower-income communities. Penn should work with organizations like QuestBridge, which works with high-achieving, low-income students, and others that help underserved groups through the college admissions process.
The words used in college essays may be more important than applicants expect.
A second round of likely letters will be sent out in March.