You are in the driver's seat of your education, but we are here to help you navigate the journey. 

The advising relationship is an essential part of the Husky Experience.  Advisers are available to assist both prospective and current students, helping students choose electives, understand academic systems and discover campus resources.

Keeyon Scott is the Academic Adviser for the ECO major, and students can receive advising in a variety of ways:

1. Individual Appointments

Current UW students seeking information about the ECO Major are encouraged to meet with Keeyon Scott to discuss personal and professional goals, admission, graduation, and academic planning. Schedule a 30-minute individual advising appointment.
Prospective students seeking admission to the UW can contact Scott Weatherman to discuss how the ECO Major would support personal and professional goals. Scott can be reached at weather9 @ or you can schedule a phone or in-person appointment. In-person appointments are held at the UW Seattle campus.

2. Drop-In Advising 

Drop-in appointments last 10-15 minutes and are used to answer quick questions or address registration issues. 

Drop-in Advising - Spring 2019 (Apr 8 - Jun 6) 
Monday & Tuesday 9:00-11:00AM
Wednesday & Thursday 1:00-3:00PM

Check-in for drop-in advising in Miller Hall Suite 206.

3. Email Advising

You can send advising questions to Keeyon via email at keeyon @ Keeyon will respond to email inquiries within two business days. For time-sensitive or complex advising questions, please attend drop-in advising or schedule an individual advising appointment. If you're not yet a UW student, please contact Scott Weatherman at weather9 @

Current ECO Majors can find additional advising resources on our ECO Canvas Site .

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