Regardless of which CBC major or program is pursued, all students will enjoy a high level of Departmental support.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry encourages all students to become involved with Research on some level. By providing undergraduates with many opportunities to participate, through credit courses, paid positions, and a wide range of research areas, we feel there is something for everyone!
Knowing what's going on within the Department, around campus, and within the community is vital to a student's ability to participate in events and activities. Students are urged to get and stay Connected!
One of a student's most important connections are to a Chemistry and Biochemistry Advisor.
- Debra Armand-Cade, Senior Academic Advisor I: Old Chemistry 210C. Check Trellis scheduler. Walk-in hours may change by semester. Trellis shows appointment and walk-in availability. Summer hours irregular.
- Christine Gronowski, Academic Advisor II: Old Chemistry 210B. Check Trellis scheduler. Walk-in hours may change by semester. Trellis shows appointment and walk-in availability. Summer hours irregular.
Many resources are available online. Here are some commonly utilized resources:
- Major and minor checklists, including generic 4-year plans, degree requirements, and minor guidelines.
- An advisor directory, including links to the online appointment scheduler.
- Forms for directed research, senior capstone/thesis (including honors), and independent study.
- Registered Chemistry and Biochemistry tutors. Think Tank services are available for a limited number of courses as well.
- Courses offered by the Chemistry and Biochemistry department are available through the General Catalog. Select "Course Descriptions" from the drop down under "Courses." Current offerings are available here as well.
- University Priority Registraton schedules are posted a few weeks before registration begins.
- The Registrar's Office has current dates and deadlines available.