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.
The advising services below are available to all current Wharton undergraduate students; however, students in coordinated dual-degree programs should consult with their program advisors for information on their curricular requirements.
Students are encouraged to direct quick questions to our peer advisors or email their assigned advisor.
Advising by Appointment
Students are encouraged to make a remote or in-person appointment with their assigned advisor to discuss academic goals. Students can also make an appointment to discuss topics that require specialized advising (see below).
You can book directly with your assigned advisor or look for the first available advisor. Please also note the following:
- If you cannot find an in-person appointment please check the remote advising schedule and vice versa.
- Appointments will be released on Thursdays and can be made up to 12 hours in advance of the start time, though advisors will likely be booked more than a day in advance.
- Please check in at least 5 minutes before your scheduled in-person appointment time at the front desk of SHDH 1400 (enter through the Academic Research Building atrium).
- If you have any issues with the CampusGroups appointment technology, please contact Student Computing (email@example.com).
Each advisor in the Wharton Undergraduate Division has a different area of specialization. While students are encouraged to see their assigned 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||Celina Gray|
|Disabilities Services||Lisa Burton-Grika|
|External Transfer Student Advisor||Celina Gray|
|International Student Liaison||Xiumei (Mei) Long|
|Learning Resources and Special Workshops||Lisa Burton-Grika|
|Leave of Absence||Lisa Burton-Grika|
|Study Abroad in Asia (HKUST, CUHK, Hitotsubashi, Tsinghua, Guanghua, SMU)||Xiumei (Mei) Long|
|Study Abroad in Australia (UNSW, Sydney, Melbourne), Middle East (IDC, Tel Aviv U), Brazil (São Paulo), Mexico (Ibero), South Africa (CIEE), Portugal (CIEE Lisbon), Spain (ESADE, ICADE, UPF)||Lisa Parladé|
|Study Abroad in Belgium (Leuven), Denmark (CBS), Germany (Goethe), Netherlands (RSM), Sweden (SSE), Great Britain (King’s, LSE, Edinburgh), Ireland (UCD)||Celina Gray|
|Study Abroad in France (Lyon, HEC, Paris), Italy (Bocconi)||Monica Jacobe|
|Study Abroad: non-Wharton programs||Celina Gray|
|Submatriculation – Law||Monica Jacobe|
|Submatriculation – MBA||Teran Tadal|
|Transfer Credits||Mike O’Brien|
Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business
Kelly Cleary | +1.215.893.2345 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology
Sangeeta Vohra, Ph.D. | +1.215.898.4145 | email@example.com
Nursing and Health Care Management
+1.215.898.6687 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Roy and Diana Vagelos Program in Life Sciences and Management
Peter Stokes, Ph.D. | +1.215.898.2739 | email@example.com
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