Economics and Decision Sciences
Information for Current Students
- CBT Advising Center
- Undergraduate Course Catalog - Economics Class Descriptions
- Graduate Course Catalog - Economics Class Descriptions
- Computer Facilities
- Academic Calender
- Students Rights and Responsibilities
- Prerequisite Procdeure
- Final Exam Schedule
Economics Learning Lab - Stipes Hall 202
Phone: (309) 298-1513
The Economics Learning Lab a place for students to go for assistance with homework, primarily for Principles of Microeconomics and Principles of Macroeconomics. The lab is staffed by graduate students in our M.A. program. A limited number of computers with internet access are available, though priority is given to students receiving assistance from the lab monitor. The lab also contains a number of economics textbooks and study materials.
Scholarships and Fellowships
The Department of Economics has a number of scholarship opportunities for undergraduates. Please contact the department for details.
The Department also participates in a number of specialized scholarships and fellowships for graduate students including the Fulbright Scholarship, Peace Corps Fellowship, Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship, and the Mannheim and Bayreuth Exchanges.