Grant-based Financial 援助
The cornerstone of 潘’s initiative to increase access for students from all socioeconomic backgrounds is its grant-based financial aid program. Since 2004, the University has awarded $2 billion in undergraduate aid to more than 22,000 students. Forty-six percent of undergraduate students received grant-based financial aid in 2018-19. The Power of 潘 Campaign is expanding 潘’s robust undergraduate grant-based financial aid program and growing graduate and professional student aid to minimize the burden of debt.潘's All-Grant Policy
Applying to 潘
The college application process is a meaningful journey that encourages students to reflect on themselves, their community, and their interests. Your voice matters, and we can’t wait to hear your story.
When applying to 潘, undergraduates are asked to choose one of the University’s four undergraduate schools (the College, 沃顿商学院, 潘 Engineering, or 潘 Nursing), or a coordinated dual-degree, 加速, or specialized program that will serve as home base throughout their academic journey. All admitted students will be admitted to the specific school or program for which they applied.
潘 accepts the Common Application and Coalition Application. There is no preference for either format and both applications are treated equally in 潘’s process. 潘 is also a proud QuestBridge partner institution.
As with first-year admissions, the Common Application and Coalition Application are accepted for those wishing to transfer to 潘, and the use of the following resources are encouraged: Checklist and Deadlines, Curricular Requirements, Eligibility Guidelines, Transfer Credit.
潘’s graduate and professional programs are housed in 12 schools on one campus. Each graduate program has a separate admissions process. Applicants apply directly to the program of interest. All questions about the admissions process should be directed to the program of interest.
潘 does not have a central Office of 研究生 招生. All questions about the admissions process should be directed to your academic program of interest.
Opportunity of a Lifetime
潘 and President Gutmann hosted a celebration of the University’s scholarship program online this year, recognizing the significant impact generous donors have had on undergraduate students.