Wharton New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation

Join us for your introduction to Wharton! The day will include a variety of activities. 10:00-10:45am—Meet Your Cohort Students meet with their cohort leaders, academic advisor, and fellow cohort members. Jon M. Huntsman Hall, rooms as specified below: Dinar—Room F45 Dollar—Room F50 Euro—Room F55 Peso—Room F60 Rand—Room F65 Rupee—Room F70

Wharton | Penn Resources Fair

Learn about valuable resources and meet representatives from over 25 Wharton and Penn departments, including Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship, the Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative, Student Health Service, Penn Abroad, Tutoring Services,  CAPS, and many more! Federal Donuts will be served!  

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.

Wharton Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Wharton Undergraduate Research Board is hosting the annual Research Symposium. Come meet and mingle with Wharton and other Penn student researchers and hear them present their work! Interested in presenting? The researcher voted the most engaging will receive a prize of $100. Learn more and sign up to present >>  

Industry Exploration Program Information Session

Learn more about the Wharton Industry Exploration Program (WH 297) course that will explore the New York City tech sector over fall break, October 9-12, 2019! Applications will be available on Undergrad Inside starting on April 4 and will be due on April 22.  

Startup Showcase

Everyone is welcome to attend the Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship Startup Showcase, to see our preeminent student entrepreneurs pitching and demoing their startups, vote for the Michelson People’s Choice and the Crowd Favorite Awards, and mingle with alumni entrepreneurs. Attendees can also pitch to an investor in a real elevator! See the full agenda

The Amazing Cohort Race

Wharton Undergraduate Cohorts Discover campus with your cohort and earn points towards the Cohort Cup by participating in this memorable scavenger hunt. Meet your cohort at 12pm on Koo Plaza. Food will be provided after the scavenger hunt.

Wharton and Economics Research Session

CURF Fireside Lounge, 2nd Floor, ARCH Building This session is designed for students who are interested in participating in economics and business research.  Meet Wharton and Economics department professors, hear about their work, and discover ways to get involved in your own projects. No preregistration necessary.  Please email anneliza@upenn.edu if

Hauntsman Halloween

Join your favorite cohort leaders and peers for a fun festival at Huntsman Halloween! Come in costume, grab some free candy, and carve or paint a pumpkin with us! Prizes will be given for the best costumes!

Authors@Wharton: Sir Richard Branson

Authors@Wharton Speaker Series presents Sir Richard Branson in conversation with Professor Adam Grant on his new book Finding My Virginity RSVP >> Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, is one of the world’s most recognized and respected business leaders.  His 1998 memoir, Losing My Virginity, shared the outrageous tale

Authors@Wharton: Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson in conversation with Professor Adam Grant on his new book Leonardo Da Vinci RSVP >> Walter Isaacson, the author of the acclaimed bestsellers Steve Jobs, Einstein, and Benjamin Franklin, brings Leonardo da Vinci to life in an exciting new biography. This book is the capstone to Isaacson’s biographies on genius, creativity, innovation,

Authors@Wharton: Dan Pink

Dan Pink Bestselling Author and TED Speaker in conversation with Professor Adam Grant on his new book When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing A Penn ID is required for admission. Daniel Pink changes the way we live by changing how we think. From To Sell Is Human to Drive to A Whole

Authors@Wharton: Satya Nadella

Satya Nadella CEO of Microsoft in conversation with Professor Adam Grant on his new book HIT REFRESH: The Quest to Rediscover Microsoft’s Soul and Imagine a Better Future for Everyone  Hit Refresh is about individual change, about the transformation happening inside of Microsoft and the technology that will soon impact all of

Winter Whartonland

Winter Whartonland

Join us on the last day of classes to celebrate the holidays and the end of the semester! There will be festive desserts and drinks, gingerbread-house decorating, an ugly sweater contest, free giveaways, and more. The first 100 people will get a Wharton cohort scarf! Gingerbread-house decorating competition: 4:50-5:20pm Ugly

Cohort Thanksgiving

You are cordially invited to Cohort Thanksgiving! Come celebrate and share in thankfulness with your classmates and others in the Wharton community. Dinner will be catered by Boston Market. Rooms are assigned by cohort: Room Number         Cohort JMHH 260                    Dinar JMHH 265                   

Freshman Workshop: Making the Most of Reading Days

Reading Days

Join Wharton Peer Advising Fellows, Freshman Cohort Directors, and Weingarten Learning Resources Center staff to create project management plans and schedules for each of your classes during finals. You will leave with a concrete plan for how to tackle the last few weeks of the semester. Please make sure that

Wharton 5K

Wharton 5K

Join Wharton Council and the Wharton RoadRunners for the annual Wharton 5K benefiting Minding your Mind, Philadelphia’s largest mental health organization! Learn more and register at www.wharton5k.com  

Spring Break

spring break

Spring Break is being extended for one week for all students, except for those students in health-related Schools and programs in which Spring Break has already occurred or who are actively engaged in clinical rotations.  During this time, the University will complete planning to migrate all classroom teaching to virtual

Last Day to Withdraw from a Course

To withdraw from a class, you must complete a withdrawal form, have it signed by your professor, and submit it to the reception desk of the Wharton Undergrad Division in JMHH G95 by no later than 5:00 PM.* After this deadline, withdrawals will not be permitted and you will be subject to