Welcome to the ECON Advising Office
|Address:||Oak Hall 309|
Our office offers the follow options for advising:
Drop-In Advising with a Peer Academic Assistant (In-Person)
Advising via email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Advising Appointments with your advisor (Rebecca or Lauren, either Virtual or In-Person)
For quick questions or drop-in advising, you may meet with our Peer Academic Assistants in OAK 309.
|Monday||10am - 4:30pm||Thursday||12:30pm - 4:30pm|
|Tuesday||12:30pm - 4:30pm||Friday||10am - 2:30pm|
|Wednesday||10am - 4:30pm|
Advising via Email
If you would like to discuss your courses or questions via email, please email email@example.com . When emailing, please include your Student ID # (ie: 1234567) in the SUBJECT Line. This will provide a quicker and more accurate response.
|Rebecca||https://uconn-cmr.webex.com/meet/RebeccaW||In Office||In Office||In Office||Virtual||Virtual|
|Lauren||https://uconn-cmr.webex.com/meet/laurenmunyard||Virtual||In Office||Virtual||In Office||In Office|
Please make an appointment with your assigned advisor. All available appointments are listed on Nexus. Check back for openings due to cancellations.
Who is my advisor?
|Rebecca Laroche Walker
Click here to change your advisor.
New ECON Major Advising
New Economics majors are encouraged to make an appointment with an academic advisor for an initial meeting: Make an Appointment.
ECON majors are not required to meet with an advisor every semester and will not have an enrollment hold placed prior to course registration. However, you are welcome and encouraged to meet with an advisor at any time.
ECON Faculty Advising
To schedule an advising appointment with Dr. Dick Langlois (Honors or Study Abroad), Dr. Metin Cosgel (internships), or other ECON faculty: email them directly
Please see the list of Faculty Advisors for assistance on any Economics field questions or concerns, including career goals and exploration, graduate school planning, and advice within the economics curriculum.
Prof. Kenneth Couch
Director of Undergraduate Studies for ECON
325 Oak Hall
Prof. Metin Cosgel
ECON Internship Program Course Instructor, Storrs Campus
322 Oak Hall
Dr. Richard Langlois
STUDY ABROAD ADVISING
304 Oak Hall
To discuss abroad programs, application and enrollment, students should meet with Valerie Jenkelunas in the Experiential Global Learning (EGL) Office by making an appointment with firstname.lastname@example.org