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Department of Chemistry

Educational Resources

Here is a listing of some of the resources available to you here in our department, on campus, or on-line:

Chemistry Help Room (CB 212):

One-on-one help is available to all Chemistry students in the Chemistry Help Room in Chemistry/Biochemistry 212.  A schedule of staff hours will be posted on the Help Room door.  


K-State Libraries' resources and services available for undergraduate students can be found here (http://www.lib.k-state.edu/undergraduate). A great starting place for chemistry research is the Chemistry Resources for Undergraduates research guide (http://guides.lib.k-state.edu/chmug).

Free Tutoring:

Free tutoring is available to all enrolled KSU students at the Academic Assistance Center.  For tutoring information see the center's webpage or contact the tutoring center at 201 Leasure Hall, or phone 532-5703.

Scholars assisting Scholars Program (SAS)

Scholars Assisting Scholars is a very focused tutoring program that employs students who were trained on effective tutoring techniques, are paid to attend a specific section of a course, and are serving as a tutoring resource to everyone enrolled in that section of the course.

Information Technology Help

This is where you can get Anti-virus and other free software, help connecting to K-State's Network, read all IT policies, get training in various IT techniques and programs, and generally ask for help with anything related to a computer.

Other On-Campus Resources

• Academic Career and Information Center (ACIC) 
• Advising information  
• Career Employment Services 
• Counseling Services 
• Disability Support Services 
• Final exam schedule  
• KATS (enroll, view grades, get DARS report, etc.)
• K-State Honor System  
• K-State undergraduate catalog
• Schedule of  courses 
• Student Life office 

Study Skills Resources
Academic policies and procedures

K-State policies about your academic record, grades, academic warnings, and more.

Helpful Links

acsAmerican Chemical Society's Education Page

Interactive Periodic Table


About Chemistry Site

General Chemistry Online

NIST Chemistry WebBook

Links for Chemists, a site from the University of Liverpool