» Lab Exemption Form
» Add/Drop Form
» Change of Major (This is no longer a form that a student can fill out. The online change of major form must be initiated by an advisor in the new department.)
» Course Repetition
» Course Substitution Form (Undergraduate)
» Course Substitution Form (Graduate)
» Repeat a Course with a Grade of B or Better
» Request to Study at Another Institution
» TA Application
» Tutoring Application
Other forms can be found at the Office of the Registrar's website. (Click here)
- Student Organizations
Student Organizations in the Chemistry Department
Student Members of the American Chemical Society (ACS)
Do you love chemistry? I mean is Chemistry what makes you "tick?" Come learn why chemistry is called the central science. Learn how you can get involved in undergraduate research and get to know others who share your love of chemistry. The ACS student members are not only a cohesive group of chemistry majors, but a group active in outreach as well. After all, we want to inspire others to study chemistry as well, don't we? As a member of SMACS, you'll also have the opportunity to become a student member of the ACS (graduate or undergraduate), the largest organization in the world dedicated to a single discipline. You'll also receive a subscription of the weekly magazine, Chemical and Engineering News. The many other benefits of membership (as well as a lot of great chemistry resources) can be found at the American Chemical Society website. Our Facebook page is here. Contact Dr. Amanda Carroll for more information.
President: Abigail Rossi
Vice President: Sam Jones
Secretary: Cory Rogers
Treasurer: Jonah Ralston
Fundraising Chair: Bethann Oberlander
Education Outreach Chair: Madison Dunn, Rachel Paris
Green Chemistry Chair: Rachel Baker, Savannah Pollard
Social Chair: Steven Lam
Student Chapter of the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)
Are you interested in the cross-disciplinary field of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology? If so, then this club may be just for you! The ASBMB is a club that brings together students in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biology and any other majors with interests in the molecular Biosciences. Local and regional speakers provide career advisement through the presentation of symposia, the offering of plant tours and academic curricular decision-making. Plus, it brings students together with similar interests and career goals. Student affiliates receive an online subscription to the Journal of Biological Chemistry, and many more opportunities as an ASBMB member. More information can be found at the affiliates' web site at http://www.asbmb.org/education/uan/?terms=affiliates. Contact Janet Coonce for more information. Or you may go to the Tennessee Tech Student Affiliates ASBMB site located on Facebook.
President: Megan Wharton
Vice President: James McRee
Treasurer: Braden Morris
Secretary: Huyen Dam
Chemical-Medical Sciences Club
Are you interested in a professional career in health sciences? Do you aspire to become a physician, a dentist or dental hygienist, an optometrist or pharmacist, or one of many other medical professionals? If this is your goal, then you simply must be a member of the Chem-Med Club. This club puts you in touch with the professionals you need to know if you are interested in a professional career. Medical professionals visit the Chem-Med Club meetings and share the ins and outs of their profession and help you understand what it takes to be successful, and what it takes to get into a professional graduate program as well! The club meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 11:00am in Foster Hall, Room 233. Contact Ms. Ann Marie Carrick or Ms. Janet Coonce for more information.
President: Journey Jones
Vice President: Cannon Johnson
Secretary: Ethan Sexton
Treasurer: Blake Taylor
Historian: Callie Piper
Dr. Amanda Carroll (Chemistry, incoming freshmen for 2019-2020 academic year)
email@example.com • 931-372-6324 • Foster Hall 123
Dr. David Crouse (Chemistry, upperclassmen, transfer students and change of major)
firstname.lastname@example.org• 931-372-3515 • Foster Hall 313
Dr. Dan Swartling (Chemistry, sophomores for 2019-2020 academic year)
email@example.com • 931-372-3431 • Foster Hall 404
Pre-Professional Health (all Pre-Professional Health students)
firstname.lastname@example.org • 931-372-3093 • Foster Hall 205
We want to help you succeed! If you need to work on your homework, or study for an exam, you can visit our tutoring room just about anytime you wish. Once the semester begins, free tutoring is available Monday through Thursday from 3:00-8:00 for additional assistance. The tutoring room is located in Foster Hall Room 414. For more information contact Dr. Chad Rezsnyak via email at email@example.com or via telephone at 931-372-6282.
If you would like to provide feedback or suggestions about the Chemistry Department tutoring, please fill out our short survey: Tutoring Feedback Form
Chemistry Courses: Click here for a listing of all chemistry and EVSC classes.
If you would like to apply for a chemistry or pre-professional departmental scholarship (in addition to any federal aid or UAS scholarships you might have), you will need to go the Scholarships page and fill out the Scholarship Application. All students MUST be admitted and complete the Scholarship Application every year by the December 15th deadline to be considered for any Tennessee Tech scholarships. This single application submitted through ScholarWeb is used for the awarding of over 600 scholarship opportunities. You must apply for these scholarships ANNUALLY by the published deadline each year, regardless of whether or not you were previously awarded a scholarship.
To get more information about which scholarships are offered, go to the Scholarships page and click on the box that says "Search Scholarships." Then click on "Majors."
Select your major from the dropdown list, and you will see a list of all the available
Our Chemistry Commons has seating for one or for a group, twelve total virtual desktop
computers in Foster 413 and 414 for students to use, and comfortable seating for studying
with a group.
The Chemistry Department has robust software capable of advanced computation in its Learning Commons (Foster 413/414) as well as in faculty research labs of its computational chemists. The University possesses a campus site-license for HyperChem Molecular Modeling software. The Department has a site license for CambridgeSoft ChemDraw for routinely drawing structural formulas. Additionally, two workstations in the physical chemistry instructional lab run Gaussian for advanced computation. This software is used routinely in instruction throughout the curriculum as well as in undergraduate and graduate research. Two advanced computational laboratories are available in Foster Hall for faculty/student research projects. The Department implemented a VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) that allows students and faculty to run Microsoft and chemistry software on their own personal devices both on and off campus anywhere they can get a wireless signal.
Click here to access detailed information regarding Tennessee Tech Chemistry computer and software resources including instructions for logging into and utilizing the departmental virtual desktop for remote access to our server and software.
Tennessee Tech's High-Performance Computing Cluster (HPC)
Tennessee Tech's High Performance Computing Cluster is located in Clement Hall 226, and is managed by Information Technology Services. To access the HPC page, click here.
Click the link below to see the Chemistry Handbook for Undergraduates.
Click here to see our instrumentation resources.
» NASA Internship Opportunity
» USA Jobs - The Federal Government's official one-stop source for federal jobs and employment information.
» American Chemistry Society - Internships for Undergraduate Chemistry Students.
» American Chemistry Society - for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars.
» National Science Foundation - for internships and careers