Chemistry First Year Help Centre
Location:Second Floor, Chemistry/Physics Building, Room C2022
The staff can help you with difficulties you may be having in first year Chemistry or with your assignments. Study desks are provided. Please DROP BY AND LOOK AROUND.
However, if space is limited, or the staff is overwhelmed, you may be able to find additional assistance in the Chemistry Resource Room (C2010).
Chemistry Resource Room
Location: Second Floor, Chemistry/Physics Building C2010 - Phone 864-8085
We offer assistance for Chemistry course and laboratory related content problems to first year and second year. The room is staffed by Joe Antle, David Stirling, and MUCEP Student Assistants.
We provide access to:
Chemistry Computer Room
The Chemistry Computer Room is located in C4017. Access to the room is by a secure access code. The resources consist of 20 Windows Workstations accessing the Internet is via secure login through the CHEMISTRY domain.
We offer popular and specialty software to students enrolled in Chemistry courses beyond third year. Chemistry Majors have unlimited storage space on the departmental server and access to the Chemistry Computer Room beyond regular hours.
Accounts are provided to Chemistry majors and to others on a case by case basis. Please contactor David Murphy or visit him in C-4017A.
Software Site Licenses
The department has a site licenses the chemical drawing software ChemDraw© 15.1 and an interactive software environment for experimentation with scientific and engineering data called IGOR. Faculty and students of Memorial University can obtain a copy of this software under the departmental site license.
- Click to register for download: ChemDraw Prime 15.1. You must register using a valid MUN e-mail account to be able to login and download the software and license code. The license codes are renewed and applied yearly.
- For IGOR access and product activation please contact David Murphy in C-4017A; 864-3452;
The best way to feel part of the Chemistry Department is to join MUNCS. It a good way to meet other Chemistry students as well as staff and faculty members. The society is run by and for Chemistry students and has its own room (C-1020) in the basement of the Chemistry/Physics Building. MUNCS is involved in organizing and participating in university events like open houses, mixers, and sports events such as softball. MUNCS is also the local student chapter of the Chemical Institute of Canada.
For more details check out the MUNCS webpage.