Academic Advising at Wharton

Arjun Mahadevan

Wharton Academic Advising is one of the greatest resources offered to undergraduate students. The goal of the Wharton Undergraduate Division academic advising team is to help students make informed decisions about their educational plans and professional/ life goals that are consistent with their interests, abilities, and values, and I haveRead More

Beyond Huntsman Hall

Sirine Benjaafar

When I started my freshman year, it seemed like everyone else had it all figured out: they knew what classes they were taking, what they were concentrating in, and what they wanted to do after graduation. I, on the other hand, had no idea what clubs I was joining…let aloneRead More

The Power of Diversity: Learning through International Case Competitions


Last week I had the honor of representing Wharton at the McGill Management International Case Competition (MMICC). Known as the world’s friendliest case competition, MMICC is hosted by the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Each year MMICC invites delegates from top business schools around theRead More

Group Study Rooms

Marissa Kay

When I first walked through Huntsman Hall, a pre-frosh touring Penn, my tour guide enthusiastically noted the small rooms lining the halls. “These are Group Study Rooms, and they are amazing!” My pre-frosh mind breezed over this apparent excitement; to be honest, I did not see the allure of theseRead More

Making an Impact

Emily Zhen

As a freshman coming into Wharton, I knew that there would be an endless number of opportunities at Penn to get involved and find my niche. During New Student Orientation my first semester, I attended “clubbing night” – a night dedicated to showcasing 40+ Wharton clubs ranging from investing to consulting, financeRead More