The student life team offers virtual office hours to answer co-curricular questions, refer students to resources, and address questions or concerns related to the specific areas highlighted under each staff member below:
Overview of Student Life at Wharton
Whether it involves being a leader within a club, organizing a conference, competing for the Cohort Cup, or having fun with classmates at a Wharton tradition, 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. Look for events on your class information page (first-years, sophomores, juniors, seniors).
- Programs and initiatives—engage with alumni and faculty, gain leadership and professional skills, and expand your network through co-curricular activities, including alumni-student and mentorship opportunities.
Meet the 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.
Grace Conte (she/her/hers), Associate Director of Student Life, has a passion for supporting students as they embark on new journeys filled with opportunity, exploration, and development. Grace supports the co-curricular programming and initiatives for first-and second-year undergraduates, including the cohorts and the Sophomore Experience. Prior to joining the Wharton Undergraduate Division, Grace worked at the Weingarten Center’s Office of Student Disabilities Services. She earned her BS in elementary education and MS in higher education administration and leadership and student development and affairs from Drexel University. In her spare time, you can find Grace experimenting with new baking or cooking recipes (which she will happily share), exploring Philadelphia, reading, hiking, and spending time with her family. email@example.com | Book an appointment
Aman Goyal, Associate Director of Student Life, predominantly works on junior and senior initiatives and events. He serves as advisor for the Junior-Senior Programming Advisory Board (JSAB) and Wharton GUIDE. Aman grew up in Toledo, Ohio,and went to Miami University of Ohio where he received a bachelor’s in psychology with a minor in neuroscience. He then went to graduate school at Penn where he received his master’s in higher education administration and master’s in public administration. When he’s not working, Aman can be found keeping up with current events and pop culture, planning his next adventure, or catching up with family and friends! firstname.lastname@example.org | Book an appointment
Britny Molloy (she/her/hers), Coordinator of Program Operations, supports student life events and initiatives. Though she typically works behind the scenes, she loves interacting with students and serving as a reliable advocate for them. Prior to joining the Wharton Undergraduate Division, Britny worked at Perelman Quadrangle as the event sales coordinator – planning events with McKinsey & Company, Team USA, The Free Library of Philadelphia, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and many more organizations. She earned her BS in public relations from Rowan University, minored in French, and concentrated in international studies. When Britny isn’t on the job, you can find her traveling, hiking, attempting to be a good plant mom, spending time with her family and friends, or running. email@example.com