Life at Wharton and Penn
There’s no limit to what you can do at Wharton and Penn.
Life at Wharton goes way beyond the classroom. You will make friends and build lifelong connections in a dynamic and diverse community that starts at Penn and extends around the world. You’ll find hundreds of ways to get involved, impact society, pursue personal passions, and try out new things in a welcoming environment.
Join a Dynamic Community
At Wharton and Penn, you’ll find a diverse community with a unique blend of cultures and beliefs, as well as the most international students of any Ivy League university. You’ll discover diverse clubs, a wide range of sports, fraternities and sororities, a ton of volunteer opportunities, and all the entertainment, restaurants, and cultural activities you could want in Philly.
Your community at Wharton starts with your cohort — a group of 60 students with whom you’ll share academic and extracurricular experiences during your first year at Penn. As an integrated member of the Penn community, you will also make deep connections with students from every school through your College House, your athletic teams, Greek life, and the clubs and organizations you join.
Wharton Clubs and Activities
With so many options, it’s no wonder that many Wharton students belong to multiple clubs! Joining a club is a great way to meet new friends, develop your interests, increase your work experience, and enhance your leadership and teamwork skills. Want to be a sports agent? Join the Undergraduate Sports Business Club. Interested in social responsibility? Social Impact Consulting or Penn International Impact Consulting might be right for you.
Here are just some of the Wharton organizations you can join:
- Black Wharton Undergraduate Association
- Dean’s Undergraduate Advisory Board
- Marketing Undergraduate Students Establishment (MUSE)
- Media & Entertainment Undergraduate Club
- Penn Fashion Collective
- Penn Microfinance Club
- Wharton Alumni Relations Council
- Wharton Women
For a complete list of Wharton undergraduate clubs, please visit the current student website.
Be Part of Penn
You’ll be part of the larger Penn community, and life extends into all areas of campus as well as into the Philadelphia region. Find out more about Penn life at the university site, including campus maps, housing, dining athletics, clubs, and more. Visit Penn undergraduate site.