Degree Requirements and Advising Appointments
The Economics Undergraduate Advisor is Ms. Corey Quiett. The academic advisor is a connecting point and guide that helps students graduate on time, stay on track, find resources, and avoid pitfalls while in college. The academic advisor also assists students with academic planning, declaring/changing majors, degree requirements, and setting educational and career goals.
Ms. Quiett is located in Cate 1 and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. To schedule an individual advising appointment, please visit iAdvise.ou.edu. As a student in the College of Arts and Sciences, you are required to meet with your advisor before you can enroll in any courses.
Making an appointment at iAdvise.ou.edu is essential, especially during registration windows and drop/add deadlines. When contacting the advisor via email, please include your student identification number with any course and sections numbers.
The Economics Graduate Advisor is Dr. Pallab Ghosh. He can be contacted at email@example.com. For questions about application materials and other inquiries, contact Tami Kinsey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405.325.2863.
But wait, there's more! Academic advisors provide information on rules and regulations, graduation requirements, transfer issues, study abroad and other co-curricular opportunities, class scheduling and life after graduation. They also have information on all types of campus resources that will help you be successful during your collegiate career and beyond. An academic advisor directly advises students but also has other responsibilities such as updating student records, recruitment, program coordination, advising student groups, preparation of printed material, and participation on campus/departmental committees.
Although you are required to see the academic advisor before each course registration period, it is also important to have a graduation check. An advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences will review your course work to certify your graduation status once you have earned 90 credit hours. You can set up an appointment by following the this link: iAdvise.ou.edu
If you have questions or would like further information, please contact our undergraduate advisor. When contacting the advisor via email please include your student identification number with any course and sections numbers.