College Freshman 2013-12-07T04:03:34Z
Penn, for four years at the current tuition, would cost the average student just under a quarter of a million dollars. Fortunately, my family received 5/6 of the first year cost in financial aid, making a Ivy League education extremely plausible for our lowly Midwestern incomes.
College Student 2013-11-29T03:04:42Z
It is better than other schools.
College Sophomore 2013-11-22T06:04:42Z
Penn's aid is good, but not as good as promised. If you're in the middle class, don't get your hopes up.
College Junior 2013-07-30T01:03:59Z
There is a very limited amount of scholarship resources in our department that barely skim the surface of the total tuition costs. Yet the financial aid support is excellent, they are very patient and are willing to help you in every way possible in order to finance your education.
College Sophomore 2013-06-17T21:46:03Z
I received a good amount of financial aid, but the aid substantially rises from year to year. By the time junior year came around, financial aid offices weren't sympathetic at all.
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