Discovery begins here! Chemists study the atomic structure of physical matter and interpret how it changes. In our department, students have access to research, competitive internships and career training opportunities that will prepare them for the demands of current and future society.  Studying chemistry requires a strong interest in inquiry. Our state-of-the-art instrumentation encourages curiosity while our highly enthusiastic faculty make our classrooms a true gateway to discovery.

STUDENT SUCCESS

Scholarships

Scholarship and Award reception Spring 2017

Advising

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Career Resources

Chemistry graduate student in lab

Academic Support

Brent Wyatt, a Chemestry major in the College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State University on the CSU Oval, September 11, 2015.

OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM

Undergraduate Research

CIF students conducting experiment

CLeRK

CLeRC student learning center

Student Organizations

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Learning Community

CNS Learning Comm lunar eclipse

STUDENT NEWS

PSM students win first and second place at national 3MP competition

Placing first and second in the 3MP competition at the 2019 NPSMA conference, PSM students Nathan Edwards and Molly Selleck demonstrated their ability to communicate science well to the general public, interpreting their research to a general public audience in just 3 minutes.

We all belong: Students rack up firsts at inclusive Tapia conference

Tapia participants are immersed in inclusion, make connections, and step out of their comfort zone.

Middle school students investigate urban wildlife

Through collaboration between Colorado State University, Poudre School District, and the Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy, students in Fort Collins have discovered how humans and wildlife interact in urban settings. 

Psychology graduate student receives 2019 Graduate Student Teaching and Mentoring Award

Ryan Rahm-Knigge, a graduate student studying counseling psychology, is the recipient of the 2019 College of Natural Sciences Graduate Student Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring Award.

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