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 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
Given the impact of COVID-19 on the Penn community (see COVID-19 Information and Resources), walk-in advising for quick questions is currently not available and all advising interactions have moved to video or phone appointments.
Students are encouraged to make an appointment with an advisor to discuss academic goals and questions or get specialized advising on specific topics. Make an appointment with an advisor using the online scheduler.
|If your cohort is…||Your academic advisor is…|
|Rupee (last names A-L)||Liz Sutton|
|Rupee (last names M-Z)||Xiumei (Mei) Long|
|Yen||Xiumei (Mei) Long|
|Yuan (last names A-L)||Jenna Tesauro|
|Yuan (last names M-Z)||Hillary Wiesel|
|JWS Students (all cohorts)||Utsav Schurmans|
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. Make an appointment with an advisor using the online scheduler.
|Athletics Liaison||Jenna Tesauro|
|Disabilities Services||Lisa Burton-Grika|
|External Transfer Student Advisor||Jenna Tesauro|
|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)||Liz Sutton|
|Study Abroad in Belgium (Leuven), Denmark (CBS)||Lee Kramer|
|Study Abroad in Brazil (São Paulo)||Lee Kramer|
|Study Abroad in Germany (Goethe), Netherlands (RSM), Sweden (SSE)||Celina Gray|
|Study Abroad in France (Lyon, HEC), Italy (Bocconi), Spain (ESADE, ICADE, UPF)||Jenna Tesauro|
|Study Abroad in Great Britain (Warwick, King’s, LSE, Edinburgh), Ireland (UCD)||Hillary Wiesel|
|Study Abroad: non-Wharton programs||Celina Gray|
|Submatriculation – Law||Hillary Wiesel|
|Submatriculation – MBA||Teran Tadal|
|Transfer Credits||Jenna Tesauro|
Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology
Sarvelia Peralta-Duran | +1.215.898.4146 | firstname.lastname@example.org (freshmen and sophomores)
Sangeeta Vohra, Ph.D. | +1.215.898.4145 | email@example.com (juniors and seniors)
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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