Last Day to Withdraw from a Course

Students may withdraw from a course by submitting a withdrawal form, including documented instructor approval, by 5:00 PM ET.* After this deadline, withdrawals will not be permitted and you will be subject to the grading standards of the course. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your academic advisor.

Last Day to Withdraw from a Course

To withdraw from a class, you must submit a withdrawal form by no later than 5:00 PM.* After this deadline, withdrawals will not be permitted and you will be subject to the grading standards of the course. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your academic advisor. *

Advance Registration Open

During advance registration, you can request your fall semester courses through Penn InTouch. The courses that are recorded as your selections at the end of the day on July 17 will be used by the Office of the University Registrar to process schedules. The system may or may not grant

Course Selection (Drop/Add) Period Opens

During the course selection period, you may add or drop courses on Penn InTouch in real time. You will know immediately if seats in the course(s) are available and if you have been enrolled. Use this time to adjust your schedule if you have not received the exact courses/times you

Advance Registration Ends

The courses that are recorded as your selections at the end of the day on July 17 will be used by the Office of the University Registrar to process schedules. Please note that you are not guaranteed seats in these classes. We recommend that you complete your course requests as

Convocation

Convocation will be virtual in 2020. See the Penn Convocation website for more information. Convocation is a Penn tradition that dates to 1910 (and perhaps, on an informal basis, earlier). Though the format may have changed over the years, this event is a significant marker in the lives of Penn

New Student Orientation

Please note that the 2020 calendar of events will be updated throughout the summer as we continue to monitor the University’s COVID-19 response. New Student Orientation (NSO) is a series of activities for families and students to help with a successful transition to the University. NSO will be delivered online

Deadline: Discovery Days Application

Apply to shadow an alum through Career Services Discovery Days program! This program is exclusively for College and Wharton freshman and sophomores to visit alumni working in various fields so that you can explore career interests. Think of it as a way to determine whether a job or industry is

Webinar: Intro to Wharton Computing

Join Wharton Computing to learn about all the different resources available to students. The Wharton Undergraduate Division strives to ensure access to  members of the community and  is committed to providing an accessible environment for events it hosts.  Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made at least 5

Webinar: Student Life 101

Meet the Student Life staff and learn about co-curricular life at Wharton. There will be a Q&A portion as well. The Wharton Undergraduate Division strives to ensure access to  members of the community and  is committed to providing an accessible environment for events it hosts.  Accommodation requests related to a

Webinar: Clubs 101 with Wharton Council

Join Wharton Council and learn about all the clubs Wharton has to offer! The Wharton Undergraduate Division strives to ensure access to members of the community and is committed to providing an accessible environment for events it hosts. Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made at least 5

Webinar: The Wellness You Never Considered

Join Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and the Weingarten Learning Resources Center (WLRC) for “The Wellness You Never Considered” on Friday, August 7, 3:00 – 4:00 PM EDT. This webinar will provide you with useful tools and practical information to help you navigate your first semester at Wharton and Penn,

Wharton NSO Community Dialogue

Join your first-year cohort members and cohort leaders for a live, synchronous community-building activity before the semester starts! Please note that you will need a computer and a reliable WiFi connection to participate. You will not be able to join the activity via your phone or tablet. o   9 –