Quaker Consortium

Undergraduate students within The Wharton School, College of Arts and Sciences, and School of Engineering and Applied Science may enroll in undergraduate-level courses at Bryn Mawr, Haverford, or Swarthmore College during the fall and spring terms of the academic year. These three schools along with University of Pennsylvania constitute the Quaker Consortium and have a reciprocal agreement for course credit and tuition. This means that grades will appear on the student’s Penn transcript, and no additional tuition will be charged.

Summer sessions are not subject to the Quaker Consortium agreement and are treated as credit away.

Students from Bryn Mawr, Haverford, or Swarthmore College wishing to enroll in Penn undergraduate-level courses in the fall or spring term should do so through the Registrar's Office at their home institution. For more information, review the Quaker Consortium Student Guide.

Please contact your home school or the University Registrar's Office at registrar@upenn.edu with any questions.