Chemical Education in Two-Year Colleges

Travel Grants for ACS National Meeting

Heading to the Spring 2016 ACS National Meeting?

Travel grants are now available for two-year college faculty and students on a first-come, first-served basis.

See eligibilty and application requirements 

According to a National Science Foundation InfoBrief,* approximately 40% of students earning bachelor’s or master’s degrees in chemistry attended a two-year college. Yet community and technical colleges are facing big challenges due to smaller budgets and limited time to prepare students for further study.

The following resources and tools will help you prepare students for the workplace or a four-year college.

COG winners announced!

Winners of the 2015 Collaborative Opportunities Grants are partnering on industry research, a seminar course, a museum exhibit, K-12 education, and other great projects.

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Event toolkit: Student Skills fo Success

Bring together faculty, students, and employers to build collaborations by discussing the skills that everyone cares about. Learn more

Starting an ACS Student Chapter?

Apply for a starter grant to help form or reactivate an ACS student chapter at your two-year college. Learn more