The goal of the Wharton Undergraduate Division academic advising team is to help students make informed decisions about their educational plans and professional/life goals that are consistent with their interests, abilities, and values.
Advising by appointment, walk-in advising, and specialized advising are services available in G95 Huntsman Hall to current Wharton undergraduate students.
Students in coordinated dual-degree programs should consult with their program advisors for information on their curricular requirements.
Quick Question Advising
Walk-in advising is limited to brief, 10-15 minute sessions with an advisor “on call” for quick questions about issues with impending deadlines. A different advisor will be on call each day to see students on a first-come, first-served basis. Check the Division home page for this week’s walk-in hours >>
|If your cohort is…||Your academic advisor is…|
|Euro (Classes of 2020, 2021, 2022)
|Euro (Classes of 2019)
|Rupee (Classes of 2019, 2020)||Teran Tadal|
|Rupee (Class of 2021)||Jenna Tesauro|
|Rupee (Class of 2022)||Xiumei (Mei) Long|
|Yen (Classes of 2019, 2020)||Liz Sutton|
|Yen (Class of 2021)||Jenna Tesauro|
|Yen (Class of 2022)||Xiumei (Mei) Long|
Each advisor in the Wharton Undergraduate Division has a different area of specialization. While students are welcome to see their preferred advisor, certain types of advising areas have dedicated advisors, and students may be referred for specialized advising accordingly.
Below is a list of specialized advising fields and dedicated advisors.
|Athletics Liaison||Liz Sutton|
|Disabilities Services||Liz Sutton|
|External Transfer Student Advisor||Jenna Tesauro|
|International Student Liaison||Xiumei (Mei) Long|
|Learning Resources and Special Workshops||Liz Sutton|
|Leave of Absence||Scott Romeika|
|Study Abroad in Asia||Xiumei (Mei) Long|
|Study Abroad in Australia, New Zealand, South America, Africa, and the Middle East||Liz Sutton|
|Study Abroad in Belgium and Denmark||Lee Kramer|
|Study Abroad in Germany, Greece, Russia, and Sweden||Scott Romeika|
|Study Abroad in France, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain||Ufuoma C. Abiola|
|Study Abroad in England, Ireland, and Scotland||Jenna Tesauro|
|Submatriculation – Law||Scott Romeika|
|Submatriculation – MBA||Ufuoma C. Abiola|
|Transfer Credits||Jenna Tesauro|
Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology
Sarvelia Peralta-Duran | +1.215.898.4146 | email@example.com (freshmen and sophomores)
Sangeeta Vohra, Ph.D. | +1.215.898.4145 | firstname.lastname@example.org (juniors and seniors)
Nursing and Health Care Management
Meredith Swinney | +1.215.746.2356 | email@example.com
Roy and Diana Vagelos Program in Life Sciences and Management
Peter Stokes, Ph.D. | +1.215.898.2739 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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