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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State's nationally ranked announced its acceptances March 9 for the Class of 2020 from a record 3,930 applications received for the incoming freshman class, an increase of 6 percent from the previous year. The accepted Schreyer Honors College Class of 2020 includes 28 international applicants and represents 37 different states.
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The Nittany Lion welcomes recently accepted members of the Schreyer Honors College Class of 2020. A record number of applications, more than 3,900, were submitted for the nationally ranked honors program. The final class count of 300 represents only 7.6 percent of the total number of applicants.
All final theses are open to the public. If there is a reason (usually for patent or proprietary purposes) your thesis should not be released to the public, you must contact the Schreyer Honors College and request restricted access. Restricted access may be granted for a period up to two years. The thesis will be automatically released for public access at end of the approved restricted period.Students typically can apply for admission to the Schreyer Honors College through one of two routes: 1.) a separate application prior to their first year or 2.) an application approved by their major department anytime after they complete two full semesters at Penn State, provided they still have four or more semesters remaining.The is Penn State's University-wide undergraduate honors program. Baccalaureate degree-seeking students in all of Penn State's academic colleges and the Division of Undergraduate Studies may simultaneously be members of the Schreyer Honors College and pursue a broad set of opportunities for study, research, and scholarly exploration. The mission of the Schreyer Honors College is to promote academic excellence, a global perspective, leadership development and civic engagement.that will be publically available and archived through the Penn State Library. The Schreyer Honors College has a wealth of advice, guidelines to help you develop your thesis, and answers to your thesis formatting questions at