Economics Student Association (ESA)

Close up view of an economics textbook. (Photo by Sam Acker)
 
The Economics Student Association (ESA) strives to create opportunities and experiences for our members to nurture their development as leading business professionals. We provide both academic and career support through a variety of events and services: tutoring and study groups, prominent speaker events, networking opportunities, career trips to various employment hubs, and more. We also host social events for members to interact with and get to know people in the UW community who share common interests. This group is open to anyone with an interest in economics.
Our Mission is to be a bridge connecting undergraduate economics majors with professionals, academics, and fellow students with similar interests.
 
What Makes Us Unique . . . Fellow undergrads that have taken those courses recently are the tutors. They meet specific grade requirements for the classes being tutored.
Helen C. White
Rm 4208
 
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SUBJECT AREA
  • Economics
SPECIFIC COURSE(S)
  • ECON 101, 102

TYPE OF SUPPORT
  • Drop-in
  • Small group
Small group size: 5-10
STUDENTS SERVED
  • Undergraduate students

SERVICES PROVIDED BY
  • Undergraduate students
SIGN UP PROCESS
No

Our tutoring services are offered during:

Monday CLOSED
Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday CLOSED
Thursday 5:30 pm-7:00 pm
Friday CLOSED
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday CLOSED
Note: We are closed during summer term