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Chemistry Academic Mentoring Matters

What do we do?

Chemistry Academic Mentoring Matters (AMM) is a program within the Department of Chemistry in which students are tutored on a one-to-one basis, by students whom have already taken these classes in chemistry and earned an "A" grade. Our mentors work on a voluntary basis and are available to students for 2 hours a week when required.

From the outset, Chemistry AMM has helped fellow students as they embark on the academic journey to success. Our mentors are always willing to provide advice on classes to take, as well as common college dilemmas such as how to deal with stress and test-taking tips. Chemistry AMM is a non-profit organization and is therefore provided free-of-charge to students – with no appointments required!

We strive to enrich the experiences of each student by allowing students to help others and to be helped by their peers. Chemistry AMM is a welcoming, peer-to-peer style mentoring organization wherein students can feel comfortable when asking for help/advice – as well as a place to develop friendships and learn how to succeed in their university classes.

Please join us in MY120B or by the Reference desk in the Library. CLICK HERE for the Spring 2020 mentoring schedule.


Who are the mentoring officers?

Sarah Bush



Connor Robin

Vice President


Ali Faust



Phylicia Williams

Public Relations



How to contact us?

The Chemistry AMM Faculty advisor is Dr. Ryan Simon, and for more information, please email us or visit us on Instagram or on our website.