Please note: in-person academic advising hours have been cancelled until further notice. If you need academic advice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Economics advisors are monitoring this email address. If you would like to book an online MS Teams appointment, please use the Economics Undergraduate Academic Advising Bookings page.
Otherwise, your question(s) may be answered on the 2016-2017 calendar changes or policies and resources pages. Please make sure you have your Watcard during your visit. We do not conduct advising over the phone due to confidentiality policies.
Please follow the department's course override policy.
Please use your @uwaterloo email account and include your 8-digit student ID number. Do NOT send multiple emails on the same subject, as it will delay the response to your question. If your question needs to be addressed by a different person, we will forward it accordingly.
Plan modification and sequence change forms
You can email your signed form(s) to email@example.com. Forms can take approximately 2-3 weeks to be processed through all academic departments and the Registrar's Office. Forms may take longer if we are waiting for end of term grades to be posted.
To request a deferred exam in an Economics course, please review the deferred final exam policy.
2+2 Economics students
Contact Professor Pierre Chausse, the 2+2 Economics Academic Advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: While advisors can answer general questions over the phone, please note that specific academic advising over the telephone is prohibited due to confidentiality policies. If you have specific questions, please email an advisor or visit during office hours as noted in the calendar below.
Pierre Chaussé, Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies; Economics 2+2 and Faculty Advisor
Economics 2+2 programs, exchange courses, letters of permission, all Economics plans.
Lynn Skelly, Undergraduate Coordinator and Advisor
All Economics major plans (including Math Econ), co-op sequence changes, work report administration.
Brittany Woodhall, Undergraduate Coordinator and Advisor