Get connected with students looking to study together in your Econ class! The Undergraduate Academic Advising Office is helping students enrolled in Econ 101, 102, 301, 302, and 31o get connected. Study groups are comprised of groups of 4-6 students who are enrolled in your Econ class. In these study groups, you will have the opportunity to review notes from lectures and study for upcoming exams with peers.
Study group times and locations are flexible, but you must sign-up by September 13 using the link below. In-house study groups will meet in room 7142 in the William H. Sewell Social Science Building. Below are the corresponding courses and times:
- Econ 101/301 – Mondays from 5:30-7 p.m. in 7142 Sewell Social Sciences
- Econ 102/302 – Tuesdays from 5:30-7 p.m. in 7142 Sewell Social Sciences
- Econ 310 – Wednesdays from 5:30-7 p.m. in 7142 Sewell Social Sciences
If the scheduled, in-house times do not work for you, no worries, simply indicate that in the sign-up form and we will match you with peers who have similar requests so you can meet at a different time and/or location.
Study groups start September 19. You must sign up by September 13 in order to be assigned to a study group. If you express interested after September 13, you are welcome to join the scheduled, in-house study groups on your own.
Sign up for a study group
By participating in this study group, you promise to treat your peers with kindness, courtesy, and respect. You promise to be an active participant of your study group which means you will take turns speaking as well as actively listening. You will be on time for all study group meetings, and if you are unable to attend a meeting, you will notify your group members as soon as possible. You understand that sexist and racist remarks will not be tolerated nor will any form of aggressive or dominating behavior.
If any members of your group are not complying with this agreement, you agree to notify the Undergraduate Academic Advising Office immediately. You can notify email@example.com of any inappropriate behavior while working in your study group.