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University of Pennsylvania

School Profile

  • University of PennsylvaniaPrivate Four-year University in Philadelphia, PA
  • Acceptance Rate: 17%
  • Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools

Enrollment Statistics

Undergraduate Students: 9,756
First-year Undergraduate Students: 2,400
Undergraduate Students Who are Seeking Degree: 9,756
Graduate Students: 6,873
 

Degree Programs Offered and Courses List

  • Bachelor of Accounting
  • Bachelor of Actuarial Science
  • Bachelor of African Studies
  • Bachelor of African-American Studies
  • Bachelor of American Studies
  • Bachelor of Architecture
  • Bachelor of Art History/Criticism/Conservation
  • Bachelor of Arts - General
  • Bachelor of Biochemistry
  • Bachelor of Bioinformatics
  • Bachelor of Biology
  • Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Biophysics
  • Bachelor of Business Administration/Management
  • Bachelor of Chemical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Classics
  • Bachelor of Cognitive Science
  • Bachelor of Communications/Rhetoric
  • Bachelor of Community Health Services
  • Bachelor of Comparative Literature
  • Bachelor of Computer Engineering - General
  • Bachelor of Computer Graphics
  • Bachelor of Computer Networking/Telecommunications
  • Bachelor of Computer/Information Sciences - General
  • Bachelor of Drama/Theater Arts
  • Bachelor of East Asian
  • Bachelor of East Asian Studies
  • Bachelor of E-Commerce
  • Bachelor of Economics
  • Bachelor of Education - General
  • Bachelor of Electrical/Communications Engineering
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of English Language & Literature - General
  • Bachelor of Environmental Design
  • Bachelor of Environmental Engineering
  • Bachelor of Environmental Studies
  • Bachelor of Film Studies
  • Bachelor of Finance/Banking
  • Bachelor of Fine/Studio Arts
  • Bachelor of French
  • Bachelor of Geology
  • Bachelor of German
  • Bachelor of Global Studies
  • Bachelor of Health System Administration
  • Bachelor of History - General
  • Bachelor of History of Science/Technology
  • Bachelor of Human Resources Management
  • Bachelor of Humanities
  • Bachelor of Insurance/Risk Management
  • Bachelor of International Business
  • Bachelor of International Relations
  • Bachelor of Italian
  • Bachelor of Jewish/Judaic Studies
  • Bachelor of Law & Legal Studies - General
  • Bachelor of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Bachelor of Linguistics
  • Bachelor of Logic
  • Bachelor of Management Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Marketing Management
  • Bachelor of Materials Engineering
  • Bachelor of Materials Science
  • Bachelor of Mathematics - General
  • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Music - General
  • Bachelor of Natural Sciences
  • Bachelor of Neuroscience
  • Bachelor of Nursing (RN)
  • Bachelor of Operations Management
  • Bachelor of Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Physics
  • Bachelor of Political Science/Government
  • Bachelor of Public Policy Analysis
  • Bachelor of Real Estate
  • Bachelor of Religion/Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Russian
  • Bachelor of Sales and Distribution
  • Bachelor of Semitic
  • Bachelor of South Asian Studies
  • Bachelor of Spanish
  • Bachelor of Statistics
  • Bachelor of Systems Engineering
  • Bachelor of Transportation/Transportation Management
  • Bachelor of Urban Studies

Online Degrees and Certificates

  • Online Undergraduate Courses
  • Undergraduate Distance Class
  • Online Associate's Degrees
  • Online Bachelor's Degrees
  • Online Graduate Courses
  • Graduate Distance Class
  • Online Master's Degrees
  • Online Doctoral Degrees

Tuition

  • In-state tuition and fees: $38,970
  • Out-of-state tuition and fees: $38,970

International Students Admissions Requirements

  • SAT Reasoning Test/SAT Subject Tests/ACT: Required
  • TOEFL: required for international applicants
  • Minimum Paper-Based TOEFL score: 600
  • Minimum Computer-Based TOEFL score: 220
  • Minimum Internet-Based TOEFL score: 100

Athletics

Member: NCAA
Team name: Quakers

Rankings

  • Ranked #5 National Universities
  • Ranked #1 Best Undergraduate Business Programs
  • Ranked #6 Accounting
  • Ranked #4 Entrepreneurship
  • Ranked #1 Finance
  • Ranked #1 Insurance
  • Ranked #2 International Business
  • Ranked #2 Management
  • Ranked #6 Management Information Systems
  • Ranked #1 Marketing
  • Ranked #4 Production / Operations Management
  • Ranked #3 Quantitative Analysis
  • Ranked #1 Real Estate
  • Ranked #11 Supply Chain Management / Logistics
  • Ranked #27 Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs
  • Ranked #7 Biomedical
  • Ranked #11 Materials
  • Ranked #13 High School Counselor Rankings
  • Ranked #17 Best Value Schools
  • Ranked #3 Best Business Schools
  • Ranked #2 Accounting
  • Ranked #5 Entrepreneurship
  • Ranked #1 Executive M.B.A.
  • Ranked #1 Finance
  • Ranked #6 Information Systems
  • Ranked #3 International
  • Ranked #4 Management
  • Ranked #2 Marketing
  • Ranked #8 Nonprofit
  • Ranked #3 Production / Operations
  • Ranked #3 Supply Chain / Logistics
  • Ranked #12 Best Education Schools
  • Ranked #16 Education administration & supervision
  • Ranked #6 Education policy
  • Ranked #8 Higher education administration
  • Ranked #22 Best Engineering Schools
  • Ranked #6 Biomedical / Bioengineering
  • Ranked #16 Chemical
  • Ranked #28 Computer Engineering
  • Ranked #25 Electrical / Electronic / Communications
  • Ranked #13 Materials
  • Ranked #24 Mechanical
  • Ranked #7 Best Law Schools
  • Ranked #35 Clinical Training
  • Ranked #13 Intellectual Property Law
  • Ranked #13 Law Firms Rank Schools
  • Ranked #16 Tax Law
  • Ranked #9 Best Medical Schools: Primary Care
  • Ranked #2 Best Medical Schools: Research
  • Ranked #12 AIDS
  • Ranked #6 Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Ranked #5 Internal medicine
  • Ranked #1 Pediatrics
  • Ranked #6 Women's Health
  • Ranked #20 Biological Sciences
  • Ranked #7 Immunology / Infectious Disease
  • Ranked #19 Chemistry
  • Ranked #10 Organic
  • Ranked #9 Clinical Psychology
  • Ranked #17 Computer Science
  • Ranked #10 Artificial Intelligence
  • Ranked #8 Programming Language
  • Ranked #20 Theory
  • Ranked #12 Criminology
  • Ranked #81 Earth Sciences
  • Ranked #9 Economics
  • Ranked #11 Development Economics
  • Ranked #9 Econometrics
  • Ranked #9 Industrial Organization
  • Ranked #14 International Economics
  • Ranked #8 Labor Economics
  • Ranked #7 Macroeconomics
  • Ranked #9 Microeconomics
  • Ranked #12 Public Finance
  • Ranked #4 English
  • Ranked #8 18th through 20th Century British Literature
  • Ranked #12 African-American Literature
  • Ranked #4 American Literature After 1865
  • Ranked #6 American Literature Before 1865
  • Ranked #16 Gender and Literature
  • Ranked #14 Literary Criticism and Theory
  • Ranked #1 Medieval / Renaissance Literature
  • Ranked #45 Fine Arts
  • Ranked #14 Painting / Drawing
  • Ranked #4 Healthcare Management
  • Ranked #9 History
  • Ranked #7 Cultural History
  • Ranked #12 European History
  • Ranked #8 Modern U.S. History
  • Ranked #3 U.S. Colonial History
  • Ranked #10 Women's History
  • Ranked #18 Math
  • Ranked #11 Geometry
  • Ranked #1 Nursing
  • Ranked #1 Clinical Nurse Specialist: Adult / Medical-Surgical
  • Ranked #3 Clinical Nurse Specialist: Psychiatric / Mental Health
  • Ranked #1 Nurse Practitioner: Adult
  • Ranked #3 Nurse Practitioner: Family
  • Ranked #2 Nurse Practitioner: Gerontological / Geriatric
  • Ranked #1 Nurse Practitioner: Pediatric
  • Ranked #1 Nursing Service Administration
  • Ranked #11 Nursing-Anesthesia
  • Ranked #2 Nursing-Midwifery
  • Ranked #17 Physics
  • Ranked #17 Condensed Matter
  • Ranked #11 Cosmology / Relativity / Gravity
  • Ranked #28 Political Science
  • Ranked #14 Political Theory
  • Ranked #11 Psychology
  • Ranked #12 Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Ranked #14 Cognitive Psychology
  • Ranked #41 Public Affairs
  • Ranked #25 Public Finance & Budgeting
  • Ranked #25 Public Management Administration
  • Ranked #32 Public-Policy Analysis
  • Ranked #14 Social Work
  • Ranked #11 Sociology
  • Ranked #16 Social Stratification
  • Ranked #10 Sociology of Culture
  • Ranked #8 Sociology of Population
  • Ranked #12 Statistics
  • Ranked #5 Veterinary Medicine

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Admissions Address

1 College Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 898-7507
Fax: (215) 898-9670
info@admissions.ugao.upenn.edu
Contact: Eric Furda
Dean of Admissions

Entering Class Stats

Fall 2010 Selectivity
Selectivity most selective
Fall 2010 acceptance rate 14%
Early decision acceptance rate N/A
Early action acceptance rate N/A
Acceptance rate (excluding early action and early decision students) 14%

Fall 2010 Applications, Acceptances & Enrollments
Applicants 26,941
Female applicants 13,059
Male applicants 13,882
Applicants accepted 3,841
Female applicants accepted 1,933
Male applicants accepted 1,908
Freshman enrollment 2,410
Female freshman enrollment 1,234
Male freshman enrollment 1,176
Early decision applicants N/A
Early decision applicants accepted N/A
Early decision applicants enrolled N/A
Early action applicants N/A
Early action applicants accepted N/A
Early action applicants enrolled N/A
Total enrolled incoming freshmen who were accepted under early acceptance or early action N/A

Fall 2010 Wait List
School has a wait list Yes
Applicants placed on wait list 3,046
Students accepting place on wait list 1,815
Students accepted from wait list 55

Fall 2010 High School Rank
Freshman students submitting high school class standing 100%

Fall 2010 High School GPA
Freshman students submitting high school GPA 100%
Average high school GPA 3.9
High school GPA 25th-75th percentile range 3.9-4
 

Fall 2010 Freshman SAT Scores
Freshman students submitting SAT scores 87%
SAT Critical Reading average score 703
SAT Critical Reading 25th-75th percentile range 660-750
SAT Critical Reading score breakdown
 
SAT Math average score 727
SAT Math 25th-75th percentile range: 690-780
 
SAT Writing average score 717
SAT Writing 25th-75th percentile range 680-770
SAT Essay 25th-75th percentile range 8-10

Fall 2010 Freshman ACT Scores
Freshman students submitting ACT scores 38%
Average ACT Composite score 31
ACT Composite 25th-75th percentile range 30-34
 
ACT English 25th-75th percentile range 30-35
 
ACT Math 25th-75th percentile range 29-34
 

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