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The Department of Economics understands that navigating a university and finding out how to satisfy all degree requirements can be difficult. We are therefore eager to help you through advising.
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If you are thinking about becoming an economics major or you have already declared economics as your major and you need advising, please contact one of our Directors of Undergraduate Studies: Clinton Greene or Michael Allison. You can drop by during their office hours, call or email. If you'd like to visit but the office hours are not convenient, they would be happy to meet you by appointment. Just give either of them a call or send an email and they'll be happy to make an appointment with you.
Professor Clinton Greene
Availability: Tues & Thurs 11:00-11:30am, 2:00-2:30pm, or By Appointment.
Office: 302 Tower
Professor Michael Allison
Availability: Mon & Wed 3:00 to 4:30 pm, or By Appointment.
Office: 402 Tower
If you are considering pursuing a Master's degree, entering our BS/MA dual degree program, or you are already admitted to either program and you need advising, please contact our Director of Graduate Studies, Don Kridel. You can drop by during his office hours, call or email him. If you'd like to visit but his office hours are not convenient, he would be happy to meet you by appointment. Just give him a call or send an email and he'll be happy to set up an appointment with you.
Professor Don Kridel
Availability: Mon & Wed 2:00-3:00pm, or By Appointment.
Office: 310 Tower
In many cases advising can be handled over the phone or by email. But all of our advisors are frequently available during the evening, especially between 5:00 and 5:30. Simply give Professors Allison, Greene or Kridel a call or email them to set up an appointment.