Admissions + Financial Aid
All undergraduate admissions applications are submitted through Penn Admissions.
Prospective students can also learn more about Penn Engineering and its undergraduate programs, find out about tours and other events at Penn Engineering Undergraduate Admissions.
A list of MEAM-specific admissions and programmatic Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) is available here.
Undergraduate Financial Aid Resources
Aid from Penn
For undergraduates seeking financial aid from the university, please visit the office of Student Financial Services (SFS). Here you will find step-by-step instructions on how to fill out the required applications and paperwork.
The University of Pennsylvania’s need-blind policy ensures that no one is denied admission because he or she requires financial assistance.
In accordance with this policy, review of your admissions application is independent of review of your financial aid application. Penn is committed to meet 100 percent of your financial need, as determined by Student Financial Services.
FAFSA form online (Penn’s Federal School Code is 003378)
Prospective students looking to supplement their financial aid through scholarships from sources other than Penn should take advantage of the many online financial aid search tools. Examples are:
This site allows students look up scholarships and customize their search to narrow down results. Results do require free registration.
Another great tool to identify scholarships with customizable search options. Results also require registration.
Unigo (formerly ScholarshipExperts.com): https://www.unigo.com/
Named one of the “Best of the Web” by Forbes, prospective students can create a profile and track down available scholarships.
Undergraduate Program Coordinator
229 Towne Building