The student organizations listed below work closely with administrators in the Undergraduate Division and other Wharton departments to develop programming and initiatives to support students and enhance the Wharton experience.
Wharton Alumni Relations Council (WARC)
Working with Alumni Affairs, WARC promotes interaction between undergraduate students and alumni. WARC helps Alumni Affairs and the Wharton Undergraduate Division with the Senior Reception and the Wharton Alumni Colloquia, a series of seminars led by distinguished Wharton alumni.
Working closely with Undergraduate Division administrators, the Wharton Ambassadors conduct information sessions for prospective students and families, contribute to admitted-student event management, and participate in high school outreach. As the “face of the Wharton Undergraduate Program,” the Wharton Ambassadors uphold and represent the Wharton brand and provide input on marketing and communications. Wharton Ambassadors website >>
The Wharton Council is dedicated to improving student life by fostering a more complete co-curricular experience for the Wharton undergraduate community. The Council organizes community-building social traditions and initiatives, such as Clubbing Night, the Wharton Undergraduate Leadership Forum (WULF), Hostile Takeover, and the Senior Reception. The Wharton Council works with the Undergraduate Division to oversee budgetary matters for clubs, manage club recognition and registration processes, and provide support and guidance to the clubs. Wharton Council website >>
Wharton Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board (WAB)
The Wharton Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board works collaboratively with administrators in the Undergraduate Division and the Dean’s Office to improve the undergraduate experience and academic environment. WAB website >>
The Wharton Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Group (WEDIG)
The Wharton Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Group aims to provide a more inclusive Wharton community where students of all backgrounds feel that Wharton is a safe, comfortable, and equitable space through initiatives and programs.
GUIDE (Guiding Undergraduates In their Development and Education) is dedicated to connecting the Wharton undergraduate and MBA communities by fostering meaningful relationships through mentorship. GUIDE pairs undergraduate juniors with MBA mentors based on career or industry preference. Through one-on-one mentorship, participants cultivate lasting relationships and gain invaluable advice on navigating life’s many decisions. GUIDE website >>
Wharton Neuroscience Student Society
WiNSS is a student group within the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative. Members include undergraduates and graduate students across all disciplines within Penn’s campus. The common thread is an interest in the intersection of brain science and business.
Wharton Undergraduate Research Board (WURB)
The Wharton Undergraduate Research Board is dedicated to improving the research environment for the Wharton undergraduate community and promoting a culture of intellectual curiosity at Wharton. The board works with School administrators to increase student involvement in research, foster a network of student researchers in Wharton, and develop innovative co-curricular opportunities to increase students’ exposure to academic research.
Wharton Undergraduate Venture Fellows
Venture Fellows participate in annual leadership trainings, assist with Venture marketing efforts, conduct pre-trip information sessions and activities, serve as a coaches and facilitators during ventures, and collect information after the ventures to ensure continuous improvement of the program. Applications to become a venture fellow are accepted in the spring semester. Visit the McNulty Leadership Program website to learn more.
Wharton Wellness works collaboratively with administrators in the Undergraduate Division to improve mental and physical wellness at Wharton. Learn more >>
In addition to the organizations above, there are many Wharton undergraduate-specific clubs to get involved with during your four years.