- How do I satisfy the Chem 1A prerequisite?
- I want to add a course but it is after the 2nd week deadline. Can I still add the course?
- I want to drop a course but it is after the 2nd week deadline. Can I still drop the course?
- Can I receive a refund for a Chemistry laboratory if I dropped after week 1?
Physical Sciences Student Affairs counselors advise undergraduate students in Chemistry. In addition, the office is available for non-majors who need assistance with issues involving service and General Education courses in the Physical Sciences. Students are able to see any available counselor or peer advisor (by appointment or on a walk-in basis), see the Physical Sciences Student Affairs Office website for details.
If you have a specific question about a Chemistry course please email email@example.com
Please see details on the UCI Academic Testing Center Website: http://www.testingcenter.uci.edu/chemistry.html
You may submit an online enrollment exception request to add the course. Please note that you may be asked to provide verification from the instructor that you have been attending the course. Changes after the deadline are never guaranteed.
You may submit an online enrollment exception request to drop the course. Please note that approval to drop the course is not guaranteed. All requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
No, Chemistry laboratory fees are non-refundable. If you are enrolled in a Chemistry Laboratory class after week 1 you will be charged a lab fee and are responsible for paying the fee.
Please see details here: https://ps.uci.edu/stuaff/current/resources/change-of-major
Yes, Chemistry offers free tutoring in General and Organic Chemistry. Please see website for details: https://www.chem.uci.edu/undergrad/tutors
UCI students, faculty, and staff may download ChemDraw through the following link: https://www.chem.uci.edu/~chemoffice/
UCI eTech fees pay for undergraduate student use. Graduate students, faculty, and staff may download the program without any direct charge. Their academic unit will be accessed a per person fee, which is currently $15. (Calculated based on the percentage of total individuals using the program.)
Please email the Chemistry Undergraduate Program Office at firstname.lastname@example.org