Wharton Steinberg Hall-Dietrich Hall exterior

Steinberg Hall-Dietrich Hall


Spring 2021

All buildings within the Wharton complex are closed.

Access is restricted to faculty and PhD’s who can access buildings that their offices are located in  Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.  Excluding holidays.

Staff access is by appointment only, please email repair-it@wharton.upenn.edu to schedule a time.

Emergency Info

Building Area of Refuge
Primary: Tanenbaum Quad
Secondary: Plaza area south of Annenberg School

Recommended Relocation Site
Primary: Van Pelt Library
Secondary: Houston Hall

Shelter-in-Place Area
107, 109, 215,350, 351, Ground Floor/basement hallways


3620 Locust Walk
Philadelphia PA, 19104

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The center for the School administration, Steinberg Hall – Dietrich Hall was the first building  erected exclusively for the Wharton School as Dietrich Hall in 1952 designed by architectural firm McKim, Mead & White. In 1983, the adjacent Steinberg Hall was added, this addition was designed by the firm Warner Burns, Toane and Lunde.  In 2013 Wharton’s most recent addition to the building – the Mack Pavillon, was designed by Kling Stubbins which is a glass tower that added 32 faculty offices and new classrooms.

Download the complete list of emergency procedures for Steinberg Hall – Dietrich Hall.

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