In addition to business fraternities and sponsored student organizations, Wharton offers over 40 independent undergraduate student clubs. Students learn valuable skills through planning club conferences and events, participating in or organizing community service projects, and serving as club leaders. Student organizations are also a great way to socialize. You can learn more about club options and sign up for clubs at the Wharton Council Club Fair at the start of the fall semester. Information about additional Penn clubs and organizations can be found here. There is truly something for everyone!
Black Wharton Undergraduate Association
The mission of BWUA is to maintain and increase the academic success of African-American students on the undergraduate level, to establish and maintain relationships between students and the external corporate community, and to represent the African-American interest in business or business-related issues for undergraduates at the University of Pennsylvania.
Media & Entertainment Club
The purpose of the Wharton Media & Entertainment Club is to meet the needs of Wharton students and alumni interested in media and entertainment industries.
The Marketing Undergraduate Students Establishment (MUSE) empowers students by providing knowledge, relationships and resources to enrich their understanding and interest in the field of marketing.
Penn Actuarial Society
Penn Actuarial Society is a club that brings together students interested in or concentrating in actuarial science.
Penn Fashion Collective
Penn Fashion Collective provides opportunities for students to learn about fashion design, fashion show production and direction, fashion journalism, and the fashion and retail industries. The club also publishes The WALK, a co-ed fashion magazine focusing on style and fashion on Penn’s campus.
Penn International Impact Consulting (PIIC)
PIIC promotes awareness of the need to use business skills to benefit those in need throughout the world. PIIC organizes and implements student trips to provide consulting to nonprofits and NGO’s in developing countries.
Penn Microfinance Club
Penn Microfinance is the first and largest undergraduate microfinance organization in the United States. The club strives to be an effective social impact group by connecting students with relevant field work and by conducting research about the microfinance movement.
Penn Social Entrepreneurship Movement (PennSEM)
PennSEM is dedicated to the advocacy of social entrepreneurship and providing opportunities in this field for the Penn community.
Penn Undergraduate Biotech Society
Penn Undergraduate Biotech Society provides a platform for undergraduates interested in biotechnology through entrepreneurship, consulting, investment, and research opportunities.
Penn Undergraduate Smart Woman Securities Association (SWS)
SWS aims to educate and empower undergraduate women interested in finance and investing. SWS achieves this through hosting a variety of educational seminars, mentoring initiatives, and corporate events/workshops as well as providing access to relevant resources and a network of like-minded female professionals.
The Signal Society for Penn Undergraduates
The Signal produces content to empower Penn students to feel more comfortable making academic and career choices. Through interactive articles, data projects, creative platforms, and interviews of college graduates who have taken unconventional career paths, we aim to help students reflect on and be more open about their college experience, thereby contributing to a healthier and happier student body at Penn.
Social Impact Consulting Group
The Social Impact Consulting Group exposes University of Pennsylvania students to the field of non-profit consulting and encourages students to develop an understanding of social responsibility as they proceed in their personal and professional careers.
Undergraduate Sports Business Club
USBC is dedicated to disseminating information about the sports industry to undergraduates and helping students obtain internships and positions in the field.
Undergraduate Statistics Society
The Undergraduate Statistics Society provides various initiatives to spread awareness about and interest in statistics through community building events, mentorship programs with PhD students, and career/networking opportunities.
The Wharton Alliance is Penn’s undergraduate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender pre-professional organization. We aim to establish an accepting environment for LGBT University of Pennsylvania students in the business world by providing them with a variety of activities, programs, and events.
Wharton Asia Exchange (WAX)
The Wharton Asia Exchange’s mission is to bridge the gap between the university community and the Asian business environment. WAX aims to fulfill the aspirations of students interested in learning, experiencing, and exploring Asia.
Wharton Business Law Association
WBLA’s purpose is to unite all Penn students interested in law, and show them how they can integrate a business education with law aspirations.
Wharton China Association
Wharton China Association helps members gain professional experience through interactions with US and Chinese firms while enriching the experiences of students and alumni through cultural events and workshops about issues facing China.
Wharton Europe Club
The Wharton Europe Club helps students find and apply to academic and professional positions in Europe. The club also maintains a rapport between European companies and institutions and the Wharton undergraduate student body. Wharton Europe’s members are motivated by the strong network the club establishes among Europe-affiliated undergraduate students.
Wharton Global Research and Consulting Undergraduate Group
Wharton GRC promotes global research as a professional field and encourages international and intercultural awareness in the business world by conducting research on a variety of global topics and offering pro-bono research-based consulting for socially minded international organizations.
Wharton Hedge Fund Club
The WHFC is an educational organization that educates students about the hedge fund industry by bringing students into contact with industry professionals.
Wharton Ideas for Action Undergraduate Club
This club serves as a platform for students to support and consult for young entrepreneurs around the world whose businesses support the UNSDGs. Through the evaluation of innovative business proposals, organization of ideation workshops, and speaker series, students will have the chance to work with The Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research & the World Bank to empower the future of development.
Wharton International Business Review
Wharton International Business Review is a magazine focusing on international business-related topics that is written, edited, and published by Wharton undergraduate students.
Wharton Investment and Trading Group
The Wharton Investment and Trading Group is dedicated to educating students about the basics of investing while providing a team structure that helps create an undergraduate investing community.
Wharton Korea Undergraduate Business Society
Wharton KUBS provides a unique and professional experience to those interested in the business environment of Korea and aspires to build a professional collegiate network with other business schools and organizations in the United States and Korea.
Wharton Latino Undergraduate Association
Wharton Latino works to promote and bring together the Latino community at Penn. The club serves as a gateway for students to learn more about Latin America and Latino culture and holds various professional, social, and community service events.
Wharton Management Club
Through a speaker series, professional networking sessions, professor luncheons, and other events, the Wharton Management Club provides students with opportunities to gain insight into the field of management.
Wharton Private Equity/Venture Capital Association
The goal of WPEVCA is to provide students with the opportunity and resources to learn about the unique aspects of private equity and venture capital, network with professionals in the industries, and secure a place for Wharton undergraduates in these industries.
Wharton Retail Club
The Wharton Retail Club works closely with the Jay H. Baker Retailing Initiative to build a strong relationship between students interested in retail and the retail industry.
Wharton Undergraduate AgriBusiness Club
From helping develop sustainable agriculture industries to researching the newest AgTech to learning more about commodities trading, the AgriBusiness Club aims to bring this major part of the world economy to Wharton.
Wharton Undergraduate Consulting Club
The Wharton Undergraduate Consulting Club provides undergraduates interested in consulting easy access to information and resources relating to the consulting industry in order for them to make well-informed career decisions.
Wharton Undergraduate Data Analytics Club
WUDAC provides undergraduates with the chance to develop business-related data-analytics skills, explore career paths in business analytics, network with professionals across data-driven industries, and be a member of a data-focused community at Penn.
Wharton Undergraduate Energy Group
WUEG provides a forum for undergraduate students to explore energy issues, at the intersection of business, science, and policy, considering economic and investment issues as well as innovation and research. WUEG also informs undergraduates about the energy industry and helps students obtain internships and full-time jobs.
Wharton Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Club
WUEC is for undergraduates in the process of starting a venture or who are exploring a career working for early-stage companies. Through guest speakers, student presentations, and networking opportunities WUEC provides students with actionable tips, strategies, and insights to apply to entrepreneurial endeavors.
Wharton Undergraduate Finance and Technology Group
The Wharton Undergraduate Finance and Technology Group is a hub for financial disruption and innovation, fusing technology and business to bring Penn students unparalleled opportunities in a rapidly growing industry.
Wharton Undergraduate Finance Club
The Wharton Undergraduate Finance Club helps undergraduates gain out-of-class experience in finance by facilitating interaction between faculty, alumni, students, and professionals in the workforce.
Wharton Undergraduate Founders and Funders Association
The group is comprised of technologists, aspiring founders and investors, engineers, designers, and open minded, curious individuals who are passionate about eliminating the gender discrepancy in the startup ecosystem. We seek to create a supportive and inclusive network that will combine mentorship, educational workshops, speaker events, and real-world experience that will accelerate the success of women founders, investors, and technology operators.
Wharton Undergraduate Giving Society
The Wharton Undergraduate Giving Society promotes a norm of giving in the Wharton undergraduate community by facilitating acts of kindness to positively impact the student experience. WUGS envisions a more amicable and integrated undergraduate community, where students are educated about the benefits of giving versus taking.
Wharton Undergraduate Healthcare Club
The Healthcare Club helps students learn about and understand the health care industry, connect with others with similar interests in health care, and find entry-level positions at health-care-focused firms.
Wharton Undergraduate Hospitality and Travel Club
The Wharton Undergraduate Hospitality and Travel Club provides a forum for students to increase their knowledge, grow their network, and gain exposure to the hospitality and travel industries.
Wharton Undergraduate Real Estate Club
The Wharton Undergraduate Real Estate Club promotes greater awareness of the real estate industry to the Wharton community and provides an informal forum for students interested in real estate to exchange ideas, share experiences, and learn from one another.
Wharton Undergraduate Restructuring Club
The Wharton Undergraduate Restructuring Club is devoted to fostering education, professional development, and community through team-based discussions, case studies, and investment pitches focused on restructuring, distressed investing, and special situations.
Wharton Undergraduate Society of Accounting (WUSA)
The Wharton Undergraduate Society of Accounting offers the platform to explore accounting across disciplines and industries, providing a professional network for experiential learning, discovery, and development.
Wharton Undergraduates in Public Policy Club
The club strives to educate students about public policy, provide professional-development opportunities, and create a community focused on the public sector.
Wharton Women strives to facilitate the personal and career development of women in business by building a network of exceptional undergraduates, professionals, and faculty.