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Chemistry & Physics: Student Resources

Academic Advisement

Advisement is provided through the College of Science & Technology Student Advising & Success Center.

About Student Societies 

The Department of Chemistry and Physics supports student groups that enhance our student experience. These groups promote the discipline, student networking and professionalism in the specific areas they represent.

In chemistry, the Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society (SAACS) is the undergraduate wing of the American Chemical Society (ACS). The SAACS are recognized by the Society and members participate in a wide range of programs and activities that enhance their college experience and prepare them for successful careers in the chemical or related sciences.

The Pre Pharmacy Club is a student organization for undergraduates who plan to pursue careers in pharmacy. The club mission is to provide knowledge, resources and opportunities to introduce undergraduates to the world of pharmacy.

The Armstrong State University Pre-Medical Association is dedicated to introducing students to the rigors of the application process while affording students an opportunity to meet with medical school admissions representatives, current medical students, and practicing physicians.  The Pre-Medical Association meets on a monthly basis during the academic year and is open to all Armstrong students. 

Benefits of Becoming a Member of our Student Groups

Laboratory Experiments 

The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Armstrong State University would like to express its sincere appreciation to the faculty and staff who have contributed their ideas, thoughts, and effort to preparing these laboratory experiments.

Note: All experiment files are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader to open them. Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded free from

Please select your lab course from the list below:
CHEM 1151L-Survey of Chemistry I Laboratory
CHEM 1152L-Survey of Chemistry II Laboratory
CHEM 1211L-Principles of Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 1212L-Principles of Chemistry II Lab
CHEM 2101L-Organic Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 2102L-Organic Chemistry II Lab
PHSC 1211L-Physical Environment Lab
PHSC 1212L-Chemical Environment Lab


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