Penn State University

There’s a reason Penn State consistently ranks among the top one percent of the world’s universities. Across twenty-four campuses and an online World Campus, our 100,000 students and 17,000 faculty and staff know the real measure of success goes beyond the classroom—it’s the positive impact made on communities across the world.

As Pennsylvania’s largest public university, Penn State educates nearly 100,000 students each year—including first-generation college students and adult learners. Outside of the classroom, students have opportunities to round out their education through entrepreneurship, philanthropy, research, internships, and more.

Scholarship
 
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Student Aid and Scholarships University Scholarships Each year, Penn State enrolls many outstanding and academically talented students. Approximately one in four of our undergraduates receive a University scholarship. Awards vary and are determined by donor guidelines on the basis of merit, financial need, or a combination, as defined by the specific scholarship program.  Typical scholarship awards can range from $1,500 per year to $5,000 per year, however, the average value usually does not exceed $2,500. Approximately one in four of our undergraduates receive a University scholarship. A limited number of scholarships with eligibility based upon need, merit, or a combination of the two may be available through Penn State's Office of Student Aid, academic colleges, individual campuses, or other administrative units. Students should research available scholarships through their  campus  or their  academic college .
May 26, 2021
College/University
 
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Admission Requirements for International Students Required Application Materials Penn State requires a number of different materials from international students to complete an application. Please review the following requirements to ensure you can provide all of the proper documentation to complete your application. Academic Records Secondary School Records Post-Secondary School Records English Language Proficiency Standardized Tests Academic Records Penn State requires first-year international applicants (not transfer students) to complete the  Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR)  portion of the Penn State application, unless their country of schooling is South Korea. For students required to complete SRAR Those first-year international students who complete SRAR and who accept an offer of admission to Penn State will need to submit final official secondary school transcripts as soon as possible. These...
May 26, 2021