WHO WE ARE
The Chemistry Students' Association (CSA) is a group of undergraduate students who work to bridge the gap between academia and industry for undergraduate chemistry students at the University of Alberta.
We host numerous events throughout the year including a Meet the Professors Night where students interact one-on-one with their Chemistry Professors and a Careers in Chemistry Night where students are able to talk to companies and professionals in the industry to create networks that will benefit them in the future. Our goal is to provide undergraduate chemistry students with opportunities that will benefit them now and in their future careers.
We are the only Department of Chemistry undergraduate student group representing all chemistry students at the University of Alberta. We are also a part of the Council of Science Students Association (COSSA), and we are a registered student group with Student Group Services at the University of Alberta. You can find us in our office in Chem E3-15 in the Gunning/Lemieux Chemistry Centre at the University of Alberta.
You can check out our old website or Event Pages for what we have done in previous academic years.
The CSA is a proud supporter of a variety of organizations and student groups affiliated with and within the University of Alberta. We don't have what you are looking for? No problem! We have extensive knowledge about many programs on and around campus, so shoot us an email if you have any questions!
"The mission of the Chemistry Students' Association is to bring together students with an interest in chemistry. In an academic sense, the goal will be to help the student membership in their academic careers. Non-academically, the goal will be to help students find balance between academics and personal life, as well as help to create a closer community of chemistry students. Further, as a group working as a University of Alberta student group, the mission of the Chemistry Students' Association is to maintain strong relationships with affiliated organizations to meet the prior goals and also promote chemistry students at the University of Alberta."