Penn’s commitment is to provide eligible undergraduate students with eight semesters of grant-based financial aid. There are some circumstances in which SRFS may be able to make exceptions in joint consultation with your undergraduate dean. Please see here for the full policy. Note that even if you are not eligible for grants, most students are still eligible for loans if they stay beyond eight semesters and are enrolled at least half time.
Articles in this section
- How do I apply for financial aid?
- How do I submit financial aid documents?
- When will I learn how much financial aid I am receiving?
- How can I learn how much aid I might receive?
- My financial aid forms were submitted after the deadline. Does that mean I will not receive financial aid?
- Does Penn consider my ability to pay when making admissions decisions?
- What does Penn mean by grant-based aid? Does this mean I will never take out a loan?
- Does Penn award merit aid or merit scholarships?
- How does Penn determine my financial need?
- Will the amount of financial aid I receive increase every year in relation to the increase of tuition prices?