Undergraduate Financial Aid

Undergraduate Financial Aid

Accessible education is more than a priority at Penn―it’s an imperative.

Penn’s revolutionary promise to deliver affordable education brings the most academically gifted students to Penn, regardless of their ability to pay. Molded by the Penn experience, these talented students can graduate unburdened by heavy debt and prepared to follow their dreams to better the world.

Undergraduate Financial Aid Opportunities

Endowed Scholarships: Scholarships change lives. Each endowed scholarship helps to put a Penn education within reach for qualified students from all socioeconomic backgrounds.

Challenge Funds: Matching funds promote more giving opportunities and expand the impact of our donors, who share in Penn’s commitment to put an Ivy League education within reach for qualified students from all socioeconomic backgrounds. Join us in supporting future generations of first-rate students who, if given the opportunity, can change the world.

Men and Women of Pennsylvania: The Men and Women of Pennsylvania initiative recognizes donors who make exceptionally generous investments in student aid at Penn. Student aid really can make a difference.

Scholarships for International Students: Scholarship support for international students is a Penn priority that not only illustrates Penn’s commitment to accessible education, but creates a diverse student body that enhances the Penn experience for all students. Programs such as the Penn World Scholars Program attract outstanding students from around the globe and provide them with the foundation for lives as global leaders. Selected based on exceptional leadership potential, academic achievement, financial need, and career plans, these intellectually gifted Penn World Scholars receive financial support throughout their time at Penn.

Please also see Penn’s Undergraduate Named Scholarships website for more information on undergraduate financial aid opportunities.

See additional Undergraduate Financial Aid giving opportunities