SFA is home to several clubs and organizations that will help you build the foundation you need to succeed as a chemistry student. You’ll meet other chemistry students, get to know your professors in a more casual, out-of-the classroom environment and hear from a variety of guest speakers. You’ll also have fun: Our chemistry clubs go bowling, have parties and participate in campus events like homecoming and Showcase Saturday.
For more information about chemistry clubs and organizations, you can contact your faculty advisor or visit our “AXES” database of clubs and organizations to find the best fit for your interests.
Attend guest lectures. Get to know your fellow chemistry students. Get into the lab for in-depth research. Get out of the lab and go bowling (even chemists need a day off!). For more information about SFA’s chemistry club, contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Alyx Frantzen, at 936.468.2238 or email@example.com.
SFA is home to two student chapters of nationally recognized professional chemistry organizations. Membership will help prepare you for a career and give you access to unique networking opportunities, conferences and scholarships:
- American Chemical Society
For more information about SFA’s student affiliate, contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Darrell Fry, at 936.468.1406 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
For more information about SFA’s student affiliate, contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Tayo Odunuga, at 936.468.6468 or email@example.com.