Submit and Delete Events to MyWharton through CampusGroups

Undergraduate students can create club events in CampusGroups and they will sync hourly with MyWharton; however, it may take another 12-24 hours for Google Calendar to update if students are subscribed to the feeds. 

Before You Start 

To submit and manage club events that sync with MyWharton, you will need:
  • a MyWharton Community account to access the interface
  • the ability to log in to Campus Groups with your PennKey and password
If you cannot log into MyWharton, contact .
If you cannot log into Campus Groups, contact .

Submit or Delete Club Events through CampusGroups

  • All Wharton Council-approved clubs (which have non-Wharton members) and sponsored student orgs can use Campus Groups to submit events. Campus Groups events that are marked as public automatically get posted to the MyWharton calendar (no moderation). 
  • The Campus Groups events feed syncs hourly with MyWharton; however, it may take another 12-24 hours for Google Calendar to update if you are subscribed to MyWharton event feeds.
  • For more information about creating and deleting events in Campus Groups, please see these articles from the Campus Groups' help center: 

Submit or Delete Events not Affiliated with a Club

If you need to create or delete an event in MyWharton that is not affiliated with a club, please contact the Undergrad Office and include the following:

  • Name of your event
  • Date/time
  • Event location (with any special directions)
  • Event description
  • Event URL
  • Image for the event if you have one (Recommended image size: 787 x 343 px. File types supported: JPG, PNG, or GIF). 

Large-scale events are posted on calendars by staff on behalf of cohorts and Wharton Council. 

Other Ways to Advertise Undergrad Events

  • Life At Wharton screens: All Wharton Council-approved clubs and sponsored student orgs are allowed to post to the LCD screens on campus through the Life at Wharton app in MyWharton (moderated by staff).Life at Wharton slide on MyWharton
    Example of Life at Wharton slide on MyWharton
  • Email: Sponsored student orgs are permitted one email to class listservs for recruiting per year and one email per event or activity that is open to all students or certain classes (e.g., 2020). Emails are pre-approved/edited by assigned staff members and go through moderation to the lists.
  • Facebook: Cohorts and some clubs/student orgs use Facebook (in some cases, staff have some oversight over FB groups/pages). 


Contact: Wharton Computing Student Support