Guidance and assistance are always available during your study of economics at Wellesley.
If you are majoring in economics, you will have a faculty advisor to work with closely. If you seek help during a particular course, tutoring may be on your agenda. If you are considering whether to pursue further studies in economics, we'll guide you through that as well. Check with any professor or staff member to find out who may be able to advise you best, but some specialists are outlined below.
Whom to See
For questions and guidance about the Wellesley-Brandeis BA/MAief Program: Professor Sue Skeath
For advice and resources on career and graduate study: Professor Patrick McEwan
For information and guidance on international study: Professor Joe Joyce
For matters regarding the Economics Student Association: Professor Dan Sichel, the ESA advisor
For information about transfer credit: Professor Eric Hilt
For inquiring about or arranging tutoring: Professor Akila Weerapana
For more about counseling and advising at Wellesley, as well as resources such as the Pforzheimer Learning and Teaching Center, the general academic advising pages should answer your questions.