Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) relating to the Accepted Student process for Penn State undergraduate applicants.
All acceptance fees are non-refundable.
Penn State offers a wide variety of dates through the Spring semester based on the accepted student's offered campus and program of study. Students will receive an email invitation with available Accepted Student Program events and registration options that meet their offer. Students do not need to have accepted their offer of admission to attend. Review our accepted student information for more information on next steps in the enrollment process.
May 1 is still the desired date for accepting your offer of admission at Penn State. The sooner students accept the offer of admission to Penn State, the sooner they will be able to:
As the start of of the Summer and Fall 2024 semesters approach some programs and campus options may be limited. Admitted students should check their MyPennState profile for an up-to-date application status.
The deadline to accept your offer of admission to Penn State is May 1, but we understand that as an international student, you may require additional time to gather materials and complete paperwork. If you need an extension, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: International Student Deadline Extension.
Please email email@example.com with any request to defer an offer of admission to learn about potential options.
Annual physicals are recommended for all students. Involvement in specific sports, clubs, or activities may have specific requirements. Review the required health information for incoming Penn State students as part of our Accepted Student Checklist. For questions or more information, visit the University Health Services website.