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Photo Op - PCs 2012

First Week of PFP, 2012

Penn Library Tour, 2012

PFP Mixer in Rodin Sky Lounge

Group Meeting in Houston Hall

Student Orientation at Van Pelt Library

PFPrs enjoying lunch in NYC

First Friday on South Street

Photo Booth - 2012 All Birthday Celebration

PFP Birthday Dinner

Community Service in West Philadelphia

PFP students helping to beautify Philly park

Playdrome Bowling Center - Cherry Hill, NJ

PFP Game Night

PFP students dining out in NYC

PFP Semi-Formal

Kerubo at 2012 Closing Ceremonies

Diamond speaking to the PFP Class of '16

PENNCAP is family - Fall Semester KickOff Reception

PENNCAP Workshop - The Culture of Penn

PENNCAP in New York City, 2013

PFP ends...Fall semester here we come!


About Us

PENNCAP (Pennsylvania College Achievement Program) works closely with academically talented students, many from low-income or first-generation backgrounds, to support their success during their entire four years at Penn, from matriculation to graduation. Professional staff provide coaching, counseling, academic support, cultural enrichment, and assistance in developing meaningful personal and educational goals.

PENNCAP assists students with important life issues, such as identifying personal life priorities, clarifying career objectives, developing a financial budgeting plan, and maximizing their success at Penn.  PENNCAP students generally, but not always, begin the program by participating in the Pre-Freshman Program (PFP), a four-week academic experience augmented by counseling, academic coaching, and cultural activities. In PFP, students make personal connections with faculty, staff and fellow students, become familiar with the institution, experience first-hand the academic culture of the University, and set the stage for their next four years at Penn.

(Note: PENNCAP is funded jointly by a federal TRIO grant and the University of Pennsylvania.)






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