Penn Students Taking a Wharton Class

This article is intended for for non-Wharton Penn students taking Wharton classes.  All students taking Wharton classes will need to create a Wharton account to use Wharton resources like public computers and software.

Full-time Wharton student? Start here instead:  Create Your Wharton Account

Before You Start

If you are creating an account, you must meet one or more of the following requirements:
  • Active PennKey Account
  • Be enrolled for at least one business day in a Wharton course in the current or upcoming semester

Note: MyWharton access is currently only available to full-time Wharton students.

Creating a Wharton CLASS Account

Students in another college at Penn who are taking a class at Wharton should create a Wharton class account.  This account ensures computer lab access and use of educational software specified by faculty. 

Students will still need to use their PennKey to log into most Wharton resources.

Create your class account here.

Account created?  Now you can...

Your Wharton account enables you to access the following Wharton services to help with your classwork.

Public Computers 

Although you will use your PennKey account to log into the Wharton public computers, your Wharton account enables you to actually use them. You’ll have access to:

  • Personal storage space on the public computers (MyWhartonDrive) 
  • Software your professor may require for your class work.

Printing Services

Wharton printing services require a Wharton account for access. Use these links to learn more about printing on the Wharton campus:

  • Public printing from the Wharton campus printers (using funds from your PennCash account)
  • Printing to Wharton campus printers from your laptop (PC or Mac).


Use Penn's Canvas link to access your course material in Canvas. Your Wharton course(s) should show up alongside your other Penn courses.

Course Listings

To see a listing of Wharton courses, consult the list here.

MBA or Undergraduate Program Sites

For additional information to help with your studies, see the MBA or Undergraduate Program websites.