Wharton community, let’s join together to show this graduating class an outpouring of support and well wishes. Download this graphic, add your custom message – whether it be words of encouragement, advice for post-graduation, or reflections on your own time at Wharton – and post to your social media accounts using #WhartonGrad. Be sure to sign with your name and affiliation.

Instagram feed, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
Instagram story
Instagram story

(Tip: Follow these instructions for adding text to photos on mobile or desktop. Or for a personal touch, print out, hand-write and scan your graphic.)

Virtual Backgrounds

Bring the Red and Blue to your digital spaces.
To get started, download one of the following custom images and then
follow these steps to learn how to set up your background on Zoom. You can also add to your phone or tablet’s lock screen.


Move your feet and boost your spirits with these 20 uplifting songs dedicated to our Class of 2020.

Shareable Invitations

Planning your own virtual party? Download a ready-made or blank invitation to send to your family and friends. To customize, import the blank invitation into Canva (or your editing app of choice) to add your own date, time, and RSVP information.

Social Media



What have you crossed off your Wharton bucket list? Download this graphic, upload to your Instagram story, mark your Bingo card, and share with your classmates. Be sure to tag @WhartonSchool so we can repost!


Giphy Stickers

Spruce up your Instagram story and Snapchat posts using custom #WhartonGrad GIPHY stickers. To access, take a photo or video, click the sticker icon, and search ‘wharton’!



When you’re ready to watch your virtual ceremony, we have you covered. Download this graphic, upload to your Instagram story, and fill in the blanks. Be sure to tag @WhartonSchool so we can repost these, too!


Instagram Filters

Pose for Instagram photos in front of a virtual Huntsman Hall in Philadelphia or the Bay Bridge view in San Francisco. Open your Instagram app, go to the @WhartonSchool page, and click on the smiley face icon to access.