During students' first two years in the College, students explore potential majors through coursework and conversations with their pre-major advisors, advisors in the College Office, fellow students and faculty, and the undergraduate chairs of departments and programs of interest. This collaborative approach allows students to fully realize their academic potential and create unique courses of study. Learn more about academic advising in the College.
The goal of the Wharton Undergraduate Division academic advising team is to help students make informed decisions about their educational plans and professional life and goals that are consistent with their interests, abilities, and values. Advisors strive to engage, educate, and empower students to make the most of their academic experience. Learn more about academic advising in Wharton.
The Penn Engineering undergraduate advising system is designed to support and guide students while making important choices regarding choosing a major, registering for classes, and defining career goals. All Penn Engineering undergraduate students have a faculty advisor, an Undergraduate Curriculum Chair, a departmental undergraduate assistant, and a peer advisor. Learn more about academic advising at Penn Engineering.
Penn Nursing students benefit from a dual advising structure. All students are assigned a faculty advisor and have access to the professional staff advisors in the Office of Student Services. Learn more about academic advising at Penn Nursing.