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The University Of Pennslyvania

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Elizabeth Dixon

on 3 October 2013

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The University Of Pennsylvania
By: Elizabeth Dixon
The Foundation
The University of Penn was built in 1740 by George Whitefield and other. In 1751, Penn opened its doors to the children of the gentry and common people alike as the "Academy and Charitable School in the Province of Pennsylvania." Benjamin Franklin helped found the way education was given to the students. He believe that he could to train young people for leadership in business, government and public service.
Athletics's Programs
They have a variety of sports like
Cross Country
Swimming & Diving
Track & Field
and so much more
Entry Requirements
2 Academic Teacher Evaluations
School Report
Early Decision (ED) Agreement (only for Early Decision applicants)
Common Application
Penn Writing Supplement
Two SAT Subject Tests OR ACT Plus Writing
All official secondary school transcripts
School Report and Counselor Letter
Midyear Report

Ranking and Student Body
The university ranks in the top 10 of Kiplinger's Best Values in Private University.

87% of student graduate from Penn in four years.
73% of Penn graduates earn an advanced degree within 10 years.
University of Pennsylvania
Home of the Quakers
The university determines student financial aid by the cost of attendance minus the expected family contribution.
Core Curriculum
I. Society

II. History and Tradition

III. Arts and Letters

IV. Humanities and Social Sciences

V. Living World

VI. Physical World

VII. Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Student Aid
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