Wharton-led and Penn-wide, Tangen Hall is the physical “start here” button bringing together aspiring entrepreneurs across the University.
Approximately 70,000 sq. ft.
40th and Sansom Streets
Programs Housed in Tangen Hall
Goergen Entrepreneurial Management Program
Weiss Tech House
Snider Center Venture Consulting and Advising
Master’s-level Integrated Product Design Program
Additional Signature Programs
Jay H. Baker Retailing Center
Harris Family Alternative Investments Program
Stevens Center for Innovation in Finance
Retail flex space showcases student and alumni ventures. The format provides entrepreneurs an opportunity to test products, conduct market research, and collect customer data.
Digital Media Lab
This immersive environment offers students the opportunity to develop and test prototypes in simulated environments and push the boundaries of e-commerce and augmented reality.
Food Innovation Lab
Sourcing, sustainability, health and wellness, and convenience — entrepreneurship in the food sector shows no signs of slowing down. A state-of-the-art facility lets students experiment with culinary trends and innovations in packaging and delivery.
A variety of maker spaces equip students with tools ranging from 3D printers and laser cutters to belt sanders, empowering them to bring their ideas from concept to concrete reality.
An inviting co-working space ideal for collaboration, the Summit leads to the Rooftop Terrace and can be used as an assembly space for the adjacent active learning rooms.
For more information about Tangen Hall
Campaign in Review
Experience Impact in Action
The world and its complex challenges require innovative solutions. The More Than Ever campaign positioned Wharton to meet these challenges head on. Philanthropic support during this campaign significantly increased Wharton’s capacity to incubate ideas, power insights, and create leaders who change the world.
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▼ Charitable Gifts Through Your IRA
The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015, has extended the IRA Charitable Rollover permanently. The extension allows individuals age 70½ and older to donate up to $100,000 from their IRAs to The Wharton School tax-free. You do not receive an income tax charitable deduction. This provision allows you to transfer money from your IRA directly to Wharton, without having to recognize the transfer as taxable income. You should consult with your tax advisors about your specific situations.
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▼ Matching Gifts
Don’t miss the unique opportunity to increase the impact of your giving through a matching gift program. To find out if your employer participates and learn more about how to apply a match to your Wharton Fund gift, visit Penn’s matching gifts database. Most matching gifts are made by companies employing Wharton alumni, including:
- Bank of America
- Deloitte & Touche LLP
- Exxon Mobil
- Goldman Sachs
- Wells Fargo
- And many more
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