The Aquinas College Chemistry Society is a Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society. Each year, the group sponsors educational, professional, and social activities for chemistry students and the whole Aquinas community. Interested students should contact any of the officers or any chemistry faculty member to find out when the next meeting will be held. Aquinas students may also check out our Facebook and Course Connect pages for information, upcoming events, and opportunities for participation.

Student Member status is not required for participation in Chemistry Society meetings or events. Student Members receive a quarterly magazine, are eligible for national programs, and receive discounts on insurance, travel, and meeting registration fees. A student may become an ACS Student Member by submitting an application here.


Aquinas Chemistry Society Recognition

Commendable Student Chapter AwardThe Aquinas Chemistry Society, a student chapter of the American Chemical Society (ACS), has been recognized with a Commendable Award. Fewer than 10% of active student chapters earn the Commendable Chapter Award each year. Awards are based on the annual report written by the chapter officers, containing details of their yearly activities in the major categories of community service, education/outreach, and chapter events.