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Chemistry Advising Information

Review our Majors Information Forum for information about applying to be a major in the Chemistry Department. All chemistry and biochemistry majors are required to meet with a program coordinator to declare Phase I. Students are then assigned and required to meet with a faculty advisor prior to being officially declared into Phase I. The faculty advisor assists students with developing a personalized plan of study to meet student's particular needs, career, and educational goals.  Faculty advisors serve as students' primary academic contact point within the Department.  Students will not be officially declared until they meet with their faculty advisor and submit their plan of study.

Click here for Phase I appointments. Questions about the majors, declaring Phase I, and questions about applying to Phase II.

Click here for Phase II appointments. Questions about Phase II, declaring Phase II after admission to major, changing majors in Phase II.

Chemistry Minors

Minors are advised by the Departmental Advisors/Program Coordinators.  Please see the Minor Advising page on this website. 

Graduate Students

Graduate Students are advised by the Graduate Advisor, Dr. James Vyvyan, in conjunction with their faculty primary investigators, the Graduate School, and the Chemistry Departmental Advisors/Program Coordinators.  Please see the Masters Students page(s) on this website.

Chemistry Advising Commonly Used Forms and Documents

General Information
Course Overrides and Access Forms
Chemistry Department Webforms
Request An Appointment 
  • Phase I appointments
    • For students interested in chemistry or biochemistry majors and declaring Phase I/pre-major status
  • Phase II appointments
    • For students admitted into Phase II or students wanting to change majors in Phase II