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The Jane E. Cooper Honors Program at Penn State Brandywine

The Jane E. Cooper Campus Honors Program is a special opportunity available to academically talented students at the Brandywine campus. This program allows highly motivated students at this campus to participate in small, specially designed classes, engage in undergraduate research, and experience unique travel opportunities. Entering freshmen who meet criteria such as high SAT scores, very good high school averages, or high scores on Penn State placement tests, are invited to become Cooper Scholars.  Continuing and transfer students may also apply to become Cooper Scholars based on meeting academic criteria (see the Contact page).

Click here to view the 2013-2014 Jane E. Cooper Honors Program Student Handbook (Handbook.2013-14.pdf).



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