We are happy to meet with students via zoom, a phone call or for an in-person appointment.
When detailing your appointment reason, please include your preference. An Advisor will send you a zoom invitation or call you at your scheduled time. Otherwise you will check in at DKH 214.
In-Person Appointment Guidelines
Please check-in as close to your appointment time as possible, as seats in our waiting area are limited. You will be required to wear a mask and may be asked to show your Safer Illinois Boarding Pass.
To Schedule an Appointment
- Go to the Academic Advising Appointment Calendar
- Select 'Economics Advising Appointments'
- You may schedule a phone or zoom appointment with any available Econ Advisor
- Make note of your scheduled time/day
Prior to your appointment:
Please visit our Economics Blog https://publish.illinois.edu/econadvising/
New appointment times are opened frequently. During busy times, appointments may fill a week or more in advance, so we encourage students to plan ahead.
Appointments must be made 4 hours or more in advance.
Please make sure to only schedule one appointment at a time to allow appointments for other students.
During busy times, students will be limited to one appointment at a time (first two weeks of the semester, and during registration).
We allow students to decide which Academic Advisor they would like to meet with for advising, or to select an advisor based on availability. Students are not assigned to advisors in our Department, and you may change who you meet over time. Please note, advisor schedules vary and there may be a waiting period for a specific advisor.
Read More about our Econ Academic Advisors
Need to Cancel? Go into the system and cancel (up to 24 hours in advance) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask that you cancel at least 12 hours in advance so we may provide the appointment time to another student.
Students who miss appointments without cancelling 12 hours in advance may be restricted from scheduling another appointment for a short period. Our advisors take time to prepare for your appointment, and sometimes our appointment times are booked for weeks, so we would like advanced notice to provide the time to another student.