Whether it involves being a leader within a club, organizing a conference, competing for the Cohort Cup, having fun with classmates at a Wharton tradition, or going to lunch with a favorite faculty member, there are numerous ways for students to get involved at Wharton. Follow the links below to learn more about the many co-curricular opportunities available to you at Wharton.
- Cohorts—make lifelong friends and connections by getting involved in your cohort.
- Clubs and other student organizations—engage with the Wharton and Penn community and develop your leadership skills by joining clubs, a business fraternity, or a sponsored student organization.
- Class events—get to know your classmates and develop your Wharton network through unique, class-wide co-curricular experiences.
- Programs and initiatives—engage with alumni and faculty, gain leadership skills, and expand your network through a variety of co-curricular activities:
Student Life Team
The Undergraduate Student Life team’s mission is to create an enriching and dynamic undergraduate community through cohorts, clubs, class events, and other co-curricular initiatives. The Student Life team provides advising, support and guidance to student organizations including the cohorts, Wharton Council, and over 40 Wharton-specific student clubs.
Director of Student Life