Brittany Wu, '19

Higher Education, M.S.Ed.

Early Childhood Family Studies and Spanish, B.A. University of Washington

I’m a first year Masters student in the Higher Education Program and I’m working as an Assistant Program Coordinator at Penn's Law School. Before that, I double majored in Early Childhood Family Studies and Spanish, with a minor in Diversity at the University of Washington in Seattle. My favorite things to do include eating out at restaurants with the people I love and drinking coffee. When I’m not studying, you can find me exploring the wonderful city of Philadelphia, Face-timing my friends and family, or looking at Airbnb's for fun!


Posts by Brittany Wu, '19

Scheduling and registering for classes can be a stressful process. It can be time consuming and confusing. We’ve all been there. Here are some tips and tricks to help you out:

- ASK!

Don’t be afraid to ask if you have questions while you schedule and register for classes. Penn staff, faculty, and your cohort are here to help you. Send an email to them to demystify...

Midpoint of the semester: Do I give up? Absolutely not! Coming from a quarter-system undergraduate program, the midway point of the semester can feel like it’s time to give up. However, I see the glass as half-full, with the excitement of what I’ve accomplished so far and how close I am to finishing the semester! Here are some tips and tricks I’ve learned to help me finish the semester strong...