I'll tell you honestly and truly: No. It makes you feel important, you make contacts and you can be very rich. But it's not a place to learn, grow and change as a person. You'd do MUCH better going to Brown if you are an interesting human being. Penn is racial segregated, people are hyper-preprofessional, if you are mildly unique then people castigate you as a hipster, the school is way too big, and the people are very, very dumb. Never thought I'd go to an Ivy League where people know so little about the world. But hey they're great at taking tests, they are rich and have contacts, and they are good at math/business/networking. But that's just my take.
Go to Brown. I regret not transferring, but I'm working now and will be applying to go to grad school there in a couple of years.