*Includes Early Decision applicants who were deferred to Regular Decision.
Demographic Information of the Admitted Class of 2024
Listed by home address, not filtered by citizenship.
Admitted Class of 2024
*according to IPEDS classification. For more details on IPEDS go to this link.
High School Achievement
Performance in high school is the single most important factor in the student selection process at Penn. However, because grading and ranking policies are different around the country and the globe, it is difficult to pinpoint one metric for a student's success in the classroom. The most competitive applicants have pursued a rigorous program of study and achieved top grades in the context of their school.
Self-Reported Testing means for the middle 50 percent of admitted students. All matriculating students must provide official score reports to verify their self-reported testing prior to enrolling at the University. For more information, please see our testing page. Please note: In response to COVID-19, Penn will not require applicants to submit the SAT, ACT, or SAT Subject Tests for the 2020-21 application cycle. This applies to first-year and transfer applicants. Applicants who do not submit SAT, ACT, or SAT Subject Test scores will not be at a disadvantage in the admissions process. Students who are able to take the SAT, ACT, and/or SAT Subject Tests and wish to report them may continue with that plan.
This information is accurate as of September 2020 as generated by Penn Undergraduate Admissions.