Transferring to Upenn from community college is a great way to save money and get the liberal arts course work out of the way. A community college student can get his or her feet wet and make a decision on which way to head for a bachelors degree. For returning adults, this is an excellent way to get back into the swing of things without being overwhelmed and getting a two-year degree under your belt. Even if you don't start out at community college, being a Upenn transfer is a phenomenal experience.
It's competitive, so you need a plan that works. Top students are applying to transfer to Upenn so if you want to get accepted, you'll need to establish yourself as a top student and submit an exceptional application.
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