As the top nursing school in the world, we are dedicated to developing the next generation of experts and leaders in our field and rely on a rigorous application process to select those who we believe are best qualified to become a Penn nurse.
Penn, and everything it has to offer
Penn Nursing undergrads are fully integrated into everything at the University including: clubs, the college house residential system, dining facilities, athletic teams, and study abroad programs. As a Penn nursing student, you’ll work closely with our faculty and engage with the two teaching hospitals on campus as well as with clinical sites throughout the region.
We offer combined programs, integrating our specialized nursing education with the strong liberal arts curriculum and the specialties of other renowned Penn schools (Wharton, Annenberg, Engineering & Applied Science, and Arts & Sciences). We also encourage our students to consider a minor, dual degree, and submatriculation (pre-acceptance into one of our Master’s programs) options.
Applying to Penn Nursing
High schoolers/First time bachelor’s applicants
High school students interested in the Penn Nursing BSN program apply through Penn’s central undergraduate admissions office. If possible, we suggest you schedule a campus visit to experience first-hand the opportunities available at Penn.
If you are interested in transferring to Penn Nursing, we’ll need some additional information from you beyond Penn’s transfer process. You can also visit our Transfer FAQs page for for frequently asked questions.