Penn State Shenango Application Forms

First-year students

Whether you are just starting to research universities or you are ready to apply, we know you have a lot on your mind and many things to consider. We want to help you manage the process of applying to Penn State.

First-year students

The majority of Penn State’s applications come from traditional, first-year students. The following types of students are considered first-year applicants: 

  • Current high school student in their senior year
  • Student who has earned a high school diploma or a GED and has no post-secondary coursework
  • Student who has attempted 18 or fewer credits of college coursework at a regionally accredited college or university before applying to Penn State
  • Current high school student who may have enrolled in another institution(s) before graduating from high school, like a dual enrollment or college in high school program
  • Student who may have attended Penn State on a non-degree basis .

How to apply

  1. Create a MyPennState profile. 
  2. Fill out the application in your MyPennState profile. Have a copy of your high school transcripts and SAT or ACT scores available to fill out the Self-Reported Academic Record. Review Penn State’s Self-Reported Academic Record tutorial for additional help. 
  3. Review your MyPennState checklist for prompts to ensure all required supporting materials have been received. These may include: official final high school and dual enrollment transcripts, and SAT (code #2660) or ACT (code #3656) scores. These may be emailed, mailed, or faxed to our Admissions office. Once all materials have been received, your application will be considered complete. 
    Address: Penn State Shenango Admissions, 225 Lecture Hall, 147 Shenango Avenue, Sharon, PA, 16146
    Fax: 724-983-2839
  4. After receiving your offer of admission, pay the $230 registration fee to save your spot. Congratulations! You’re officially a Penn Stater. Review our information for accepted students and watch your email for next steps.