The Economics Department

Student Organizations

Texas Economics Association

TEA Dallas Fed 2010The Texas Economics Association (TEA) is a student organization sponsored by the Economics Department. They focus on four areas: professional development, community service, academic advancement, and social experience. They are a social outlet for students interested in economics. They also function as a link between students and economic faculty, and bring opportunities in economics to the attention of the students. Meetings include corporate speakers, local entrepreneurs, and academic panels. Socials and events include free pizza night at Double Dave's, mini golf with professors, intramural sports, and economic conferences. They are open to all majors. To find out more visit TEA's website or e-mail them at

Need help with math and economics courses for your major? Drop in for free, weekly, peer-led group study sessions this year for calculus, economics statistics, and lower/upper division micro and macroeconomics courses! Sessions are open to any UT student. Learn more and find upcoming dates on TEA's study session website:


ODE at UT is the University's chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon - the international honor society for economics. ODE is dedicated to the academic advancement of its members, and the creation of a strong network of friends, faculty, contacts, and mentors through social events, speakers, and seminars. Learn more about ODE here.

Eligibility Requirements:
-3.0+ overall GPA
-3.5+ economics GPA
-completion of 12 hours of economics

-honor cords at graduation
-scholarship/leadership opportunities
-subscription to The American Economist
-an ODE t-shirt & more!

ODE 2013 members

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