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    Welcome New Students!

    Welcome Back Current Students!


    We regret you are starting off the new year in an unconventional manner. We recognize things may be more difficult than normal and want you to know we are here for you. 


    Economics is the second largest major in CLAS with around 1200 majors at the Storrs Campus, 115 at Stamford and another 100 or so at the other three regional campuses. 

    Below are some ways to help you get assisted with your questions.


    The Economics Department Office in Oak 309 is currently closed until further notice.


    The phone line is being answered: 860-486-3022

    If not answered, they are likely meeting with a student. Please leave a message and someone will get back to you.


    We are receiving more emails at this time than normal, so please bear with us as we try to assist everyone.

    For general questions: economics@uconn.edu 


    For questions about ECON course permission numbers: 


    For permission numbers for graduate level courses, email the instructor.


    To check your remaining degree requirements, use the following tools to assist you. Please review these first and let us know if you have questions:


    1) academic requirements (advisement report) in Studentadmin


    Self Service

    Student Center

    Drop down menu under Academics: academic requirements

    Click arrow next to it

    Let it run. It will take a few minutes to load


    2) Plans of Study found here: 



    3) University Catalog requirements: 

    ECON Major: https://catalog.uconn.edu/college-of-liberal-arts-and-sciences/economics/

    Minors: https://catalog.uconn.edu/minors/


    4) Videos explaining your requirements:  

    ECON Major: 


    General Education Requirements:



    If you would like to make an appointment: www.nexus.uconn.edu

    15 minute appointments till September 11th for fall schedule questions, registration issues, urgent matters, quick questions. 

    30 minute appointments starting September 14th to discuss further course planning and matters requiring longer conversations.

    We are accepting phone and Webex virtual appointments.

    Do you need an evening appointment, let us know! We can accommodate evening appointments.

    For more information, contact: Economics Department at economics@uconn.edu

If you have any questions, please contact Economics Advising Office at 860-486-3022.