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Policies and Forms

Wharton Academic Policies

Below is an alphabetic listing of Wharton academic policies. Please click on a topic for more information. If you have any questions about these policies, please see an advisor in the Wharton Undergraduate Division. For information about exceptions to the academic regulations, please click here.

Academic Progression
Academic Requirements
Academic Standing (including Probation, Drop Warning, etc.)
Auditing Courses
Changing Grade Type
Class Attendance
College of Liberal & Professional Studies (LPS) Course Credit
Course Load
Course Selection & Drop Period
Dean's List
Dual Degree
Examinations
Exceptions to Academic Regulations (petitions)
External Transfer Residency Requirement
Failing Grades
Grade Grievance Process
Grades
Graduation Honors
Incomplete Grades
Internal Transfer
Leave of Absence
Part-Time Status for Seniors
Pass/Fail
Pre-College Course Credit
Retaking Courses
Transfer Credits
Verification Letters
Withdrawing

Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook

The Wharton Undergraduate Program Student Handbook provides a comprehensive listing of academic policies and procedures, academic and research opportunities, and other information that will be useful during your time at Wharton. Students are expected to adhere to the policies outlined in their class' handbook.

2013-2014 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2012-2013 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2011-2012 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2010-2011 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2009-2010 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2008-2009 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2007-2008 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2006-2007 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2005-2006 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2004-2005 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2003-2004 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook
2002-2003 Wharton Undergraduate Student Handbook