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Chemistry Department

Chemistry Department

Welcome to the Snow College Chemistry Department. As a chemistry student, you can expect to be exposed to a high quality chemical education from instructors who were specifically selected based on their great ability and dedication to teaching and communication. All of the faculty members in the Chemistry Department are committed to providing the best learning environment in order to help you succeed. They are interested in you as an individual, and want to mentor you as you journey through the fascinating topics in chemistry.

Snow College is a thrilling place to study chemistry. With our small classes, you can be assured that you will get to know your instructor. You will find that your instructor’s door is always open for you to come and get aid.  You will receive hands-on instruction in labs which are designed to be up-to-date and relevant to the world around you. You will get the opportunity to work on some of the most sophisticated equipment and instruments in the world.

We urge you to learn more about the Chemistry Department by visiting these pages, stopping by the department on the third floor of the Science Building (Ephraim) or in the Washburn Building (Richfield).


With a student-focused program and small classes, Chemistry at Snow College is the right solution for your education 

Chemistry students at Snow College learn the fundamentals of how our universe works. This includes atomic and molecular composition, properties, interactions, and the requirements for chemical change. Additionally, they will learn key skills and obtain experience thinking critically, preparing them to tackle the real-world issues upon graduation.

In the Chemistry Department at Snow College, you will: 

  • Be exposed to a world class chemical education.
  • Have access to modern instrumentation and laboratories.
  • Be a part of a small class, taught by an instructor who will know your name and needs.
  • Have access to instructors who are hand-picked for their ability to teach and their dedication to help guide students.
  • Be involved with hands-on labs and projects which have close compatibility to the topics you are learning about, and have real-world application.
  • Have opportunity to undergraduate research and outreach programs.