Wharton students, faculty, and staff are in this together. We support a shared culture of well-being, strengthening and embracing our full selves and opening our community to each other.
Wharton works with Wellness at Penn to create more opportunities for Wharton students at all levels to reflect and engage on issues of wellness, stress, mental health, resilience, happiness, personal and academic goals, and the meaning of success. Visit your program page to find all the resources Wharton offers to foster well-being inside and out of classroom in all the dimensions of your life.
CAPS at Wharton
Wellness at Wharton and Wellness at Penn provide services from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for all Wharton students as part of the University-wide commitment to students, faculty, and staff in a shared culture of well-being. Find out why and how you access these resources through the Frequently Asked Questions below, or visit the CAPS site to connect.
Wellness at Penn
The Wellness at Penn initiative affirms wellness as a core priority and necessary driver of life on campus, defining wellness as an ongoing holistic process with eight dimensions: emotional, physical, mental, social, sexual, spiritual, financial, and occupational.