Business Education Online Learning Summit


May I request an invitation to the summit?

Participation in the summit is by invitation only. Principals who are unable to attend and would like to request an invitation for the appropriate senior officer or faculty member from their institutions are invited to contact us at Please be sure to provide the full name, title, and email address of your designate so we may add him or her to the invitation list. Invitations may not be forwarded or transferred without the express direction of the invited senior officer.

I was invited to attend—how do I register?

Conference registration is now open.  Registration closes on September 6, 2016.

Please visit our registration page and enter the assigned password, sent by invitation.

What is the registration fee?

There is no registration fee for the Wharton Online Business Education Summit. However, registration is invite-only.

What are the hotel arrangements?

Discounted group room rates are available at the Inn at Penn, under “Wharton Online.”

To book a room at the discounted rate, please visit the Inn at Penn Wharton Online registration site or call the Inn at Penn at 1-215-222-0200. Please note rooms at this rate are available until the cutoff date of August 26th or until the block fills up.

The Inn at Penn is just a short walk across Walnut Street to the summit location in Jon M. Huntsman Hall.

Where is the 2016 Summit being held?

The 2016 Summit is taking place on the Wharton School campus, located at the University of Pennsylvania. All sessions will take place in Jon M. Huntsman Hall (8th Floor), 3730 Walnut Street, Philadelphia PA, 19104.

What is the closest airport to Wharton?

Philadelphia International Airport is closest to Wharton. Taxi, Uber and SEPTA (Philadelphia’s subway) can take you to the University of Pennsylvania campus in University City, Philadelphia.

Where can I learn more about Wharton and the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia?

Go to: for additional information about visiting Wharton and Penn.