Undergraduate and graduate chemistry students at Saint Louis University have access to advisers, handbooks and chemistry resources to help ensure their academic success.
The Department of Chemistry at Saint Louis University is housed in two different buildings: Monsanto Hall (where the main office is located) and Shannon Hall (mainly on the second floor, with some space also in the basement). All teaching labs can be found in Monsanto Hall. Research labs and faculty offices are in both buildings.
Visit our facilities page to get specific information about our departmental facilities, including available instrumentation and our 700 MHz NMR facility.
The Department of Chemistry hosts weekly seminars featuring various topics.
Visit our undergraduate resources page to find information about undergraduate advising and mentoring, assistantship opportunities and our undergraduate student awards. There is also detailed safety information that you will find useful for laboratory situations, including a guide to basic lab safety, our undergraduate research lab policy and an incident report form.
Our graduate resources page offers useful information for both future and current graduate students. It contains information about graduate assistantships for our masters and Ph.D. programs, including stipend details.
Current students will find detailed program handbooks (for both masters and Ph.D. programs), program worksheets that can be used each semester to track progress and other useful program forms, and information about our many graduate awards.
The page also offers detailed safety information that you will find useful for laboratory situations (including basic lab safety, research lab policy, and incident report form).
Chemistry DEI Committee
The Department of Chemistry is dedicated to students, faculty and staff from all backgrounds.
Check out the latest news from the Department of Chemistry in our annual newsletter.
Chemical Safety Resources
The Department of Chemistry Safety Committee is made up of faculty, graduate students and representatives from the Office of Environmental Health and Safety. This committee serves as a resource to all members of the chemistry department. The committee can assist students and faculty with safety related issues including laboratory safety protocols, personal protective equipment, student training and informal laboratory inspections.
For questions, information about joining the committee, or contact information please contact the chemistry main office at 314-977-2850.