Undergraduate Programs

Penn’s undergraduate students have the opportunity to pursue nearly 100 majors across four schools. They also often engage across disciplines, forging new paths in research and scholarship.

Dual Degree

Supported by dedicated faculty advisers, students may pursue more than one Penn degree, still graduate in four years, and enjoy an active life beyond the classroom.

University Catalog

Find detailed information about traditional undergraduate programs at Penn as well as important academic policies and resources.

A-Z Listing of Programs

Discover programs offered for academic credit. Interested users can narrow results by academic level and school.

Undergraduate Facts


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Undergraduate Admissions

The college application process is a meaningful journey that encourages you to reflect on yourself, your community, and your interests. Your voice matters, and we can’t wait to hear your story.

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Undergraduate Aid Program

Penn is the largest university with a program that enables eligible undergraduates to receive grant-based financial aid packages for eight semesters. The program applies to traditional, dependent students in the four undergraduate schools, who are pursuing their first baccalaureate degree.

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President’s Innovation Prize

President’s Innovation Prize awards a graduating Penn senior, or a team of graduating seniors, to envision and implement an innovative, commercial venture that makes a positive difference in the world.

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President’s Engagement Prize

Competitively awarded on an annual basis, the President’s Engagement Prizes empower Penn seniors to design and undertake local, national, or global engagement projects during the first year after they graduate.