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University of Pennsylvania
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At a Glance

Student Population: 24,832
Undergraduate Population: 11,765
Student to Faculty Ratioa: 6:01
[1] Total Annual Costc: $57,360
In-State Tuitionc: $42,098
Out-of-State Tuitionc: $42,098
Percent on Financial Aidd: 63.0%
[2] Percent Admittede: 12.0%
SAT Composite Rangef: 1350
Forbes Lists

[3] #17 Overall
#16 in Private Colleges
#9 in Research Universities
Ranked too high? Too low? Tell us what you think.Student Body

Enrollment by Gender
Male
48%
Female
52%
Enrollment numbers from Winter 2010-Spring 2011 school year.
Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity
Asian/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
17.0%
Black or African American
7.0%
Hispanic/Latino
7.0%
White
46.0%
Two or More Races
2.0%
Race/Ethnicity Unknown
9.0%
Non-Resident Alien
11.0%
Attendance Status
Full-Time
88.0%
Part-Time
12.0%
Sports

Athletic Divison
NCAA Division I-AA
Percent of Student Body that is a Varsity Athlete
9.0%
Sports numbers from 2010-2011 Department of Education data.
Media Buzz

Facebook Friends
21872+
www.facebook.com/pages/Philadelphia-PA/University-of-Pennsylvania/98508878775
Twitter Followers
7964+
twitter.com/UofPenn
Campus Media
http://www.upenn.edu
http://pennfword.com/
http://www.dailypennsylvanian.com/
http://www.utv13.org/
Facebook & Twitter numbers calculated As of August 2012

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[4] The University of Pennsylvania is a four-year, coeducational, private research university located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was established in 1740 and its doors were opened in 1751 with the aid of Benjamin Franklin, one of the school’s – and the country’s – founding fathers. The school was the first in the colonies to offer both graduate and undergraduate programs, and opened America’s first medical school in 1765. Since 1923, over a dozen Penn scholars have won the Nobel Prize. Currently, the school has 11,765 undergraduate students with an additional 13,067 graduate students. The University of Pennsylvania competes in NCAA Division I-AA athletics and the mascot is the Quaker. In 1994, the university selected Judith Rodin to be its president, making her the first woman to helm an Ivy League university; she was succeeded in 2004 by current president Amy Gutmann.
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