Tuition & Fees

The cost of attendance* is provided for each of SP2’s five degree programs.

Tuition amounts are set by SP2, while each cost of living budget is set by the University’s Student Financial Services (SFS). Tuition, fees, and the cost of living budget make up the total cost of attendance.

Scholarships are granted by SP2, while student loans are processed through SFS. Learn more about additional funding opportunities here.

Tuition costs for OpenSP2 programming vary. Additional information is available here.

*Access to a personal computer is required for all programs at the School of Social Policy and Practice.

SP2 News

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Faculty & Research

The state of U.S. immigration

Immigration is once again front and center in the national debate. Approximately 65,000 Afghans have been evacuated to the United States after...

Dennis Culhane stands in front of a class of students. All are wearing face masks.

Faculty & Research

‘The passionate pursuit of social justice’

The School of Social Policy & Practice addresses social inequities through research. After majoring in psychology, John Gyourko spent 10 years exploring...

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Student Life, Alumni Stories

SP2 Mentor Collective Connects Students with Supportive Alums

Navigating the student experience at a rigorous Ivy League institution like Penn – and planning for what comes next—comes with...

Jennifer Prah

Faculty & Research

New Director of the Ortner Center

Dean Sara S. Bachman is delighted to announce the appointment of Jennifer J. Prah, Amartya Sen Professor of Health Equity,...

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