Department of Economics

Economics Support Center

The Economics Department provides extra assistance for students taking ECO 101, ECO 241, ECO 242 & ECO 243. Students can choose to attend an open tutoring session (available only for those taking ECO 101) or schedule an individual meeting with a tutor.

ECO 101: Winter '23 Economics Support Center Schedule

Economics Support Center Evening Tutoring Sessions

Winter 2023

Time and Days: 7:00-9:00 pm on Tuesdays, Thursdays

Beginning 01/17 through 03/09 (week 10)

Location: Lippman 100

Individual tutoring in ECO 101 is also available - see your instructor for more information

Guidelines for Individual Tutoring

  1. You need to email one of the tutors listed below or DM @uceconomicssupportcenter on Instagram to determine a mutually agreeable time and place to meet. Tutoring sessions may be held in a suitable public space on campus (for example—in a Minerva House, a library group study room, or in the Campus Center). Be sure to plan ahead - tutors may not be available right away! Please do not assume that tutors will be available on short notice right before midterms and finals. Tutors also have their own academic obligations throughout the term. It is your responsibility to schedule the agreeable tutoring hours while keeping in mind the critical dates for both you and the tutor.
  2. Bring your textbook and your questions with you to the tutoring session.
  3. Your tutor will fill out a record sheet for each tutoring session indicating your name as well as the time and location of the tutoring sessions. Both you (the tutee) and your tutor must sign this form in order for your tutor to get paid.

Winter 2023 Schedule

The Economics Support Center will be open from 7—9 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Tuesday, January 17th through March 9th, 2023.

Tuesday: Eve Nguyen and Huyen Tran

Thursday: Amanda Granato and Cassidy Careccia

Contact Information - Individual Tutors

Want to be a Tutor?

Interested in becoming an Economics tutor? Email Prof. Prateek Arora ( for more details. Make sure to include your full name, ID#, the course(s) that you are interested in tutoring, along with at least one economics faculty reference.