Undergraduate advising

Got questions? Contact an advisor

Our undergraduate advisors are here to help you succeed in your academic career. The Department of Economics has two undergraduate advisors who are available to assist students with program planning and degree requirements, course selection, and general advice about studying economics at Simon Fraser University.

Due to current extraordinary circumstances and being mindful of the health and safety of all SFU community members, we have transitioned our advising online and ask that you email your questions to

We will work to respond to your questions as soon as possible. If you have questions/issues around your courses we would ask that you contact your course instructors/professors. We thank you for your patience during this time and ask you to be mindful of any further messaging from the University.  

Got a question or need?

General inquiries related to economics

Check our Frequently Asked Questions page to see if your question is addressed. If your question is not answered, please contact an advisor online.

Declaring your economics program

Please contact an advisor by email.

Academic advisors

Student & Alumni Engagement Advisor

Azam Bhatti

Undergraduate Advisor & Recruiter

Anthea Pasin

Other student services

Student Services

Haven't declared an economics program? Advising & Support at Student Services provides a range of academic services including program advising, transcripts, library cards, and registration information.

MBC 3300
(778) 782-6930

Career Services

If you're wondering, "What can I do with my degree?", Career Services is available to assist with career decision-making and job hunting. They provide career advising and counselling services, one-on-one resumé assistance, and mock interviews.

MBC 0300
(778) 782-3106

Health & Counselling Services

A team of doctors, nurses, counsellors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and health promotion specialists are here to collectively and positively influence your health and well-being—both on and off campus—at Health & Counselling Services.

MBC 0101
(778) 782-4615