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Admitted Undergraduates

You’ve been admitted. Now, all you have to do
is make a commitment.

Welcome to the Eberly College of Science, and congratulations on your admission to Penn State. We know there’s a lot to consider as you make your college decision, and we’re here to help every step of the way. We have tools, resources, and support that will make the process easier for you, whether you’re still deciding or you’ve already committed to being a Penn Stater.  

Welcome Day photo showing an undergraduate student from the SEED program.
Accepted Student Programs

Learn more about the Penn State experience and find out what it’s like to be a Penn Stater by attending one of our Accepted Student Programs.

Undergraduate students participate listen to an orientation lecture.

Orientation Advising, LEAP, and Welcome Week.

New Student Orientation
An Eberly College of Science adviser talking to a student outside.
Accepted Student Checklist

We know you have a lot to plan and do before you arrive on campus. This checklist should help you keep track of the major steps in the process.

Two undergraduates from the photo booth station during an Eberly College of Science Welcome Day event.

Check out our top five resources for accepted students, and let us answer any questions you have as you move through the enrollment process.

Accepted Student Resources
Ready to make it official?

Ready to make it official?

If you’ve been accepted, you’re just a few clicks away from becoming an official Nittany Lion.

The portico of Old Main at the University Park Campus.
My Penn State Logo.

Use this tool to get helpful resources for making your college decision, to submit your housing contract, to register for an Accepted Student Program, and to access important materials and information about financial aid and more.

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Penn State’s student information system, called LionPATH, gives you access to academic, registration, and financial records. It also lets you complete the next steps in your enrollment process, find information about New Student Orientation, review your transfer credit evaluation and your financial aid summary, and more.