Student Organizations

Lab materials in undergraduate Chemistry 109 labStudent Affiliates of the American Chemical Society (SA-ACS)
The department's ACS student chapter facilitates opportunities for students in the chemical sciences to become better acquainted, to promote the learning and advancement of chemistry, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to instill a professional pride in the chemical sciences, and to foster an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges that face the modern chemist.

Alpha Chi Sigma (ΑΧΣ)
Alpha Chi Sigma is a national, co-ed, professional chemistry fraternity that was founded at UW-Madison in 1902. The UW-Madison chapter has an active membership of about 40 students, both graduate and undergraduate. The organization also has two houses, at 619 and 621 N. Lake Street, which house nearly half of the members. The houses are the primary locations for events like tutoring, chapter dinners, meetings, and social events.

Greater University Tutoring Service (GUTS)
Greater University Tutoring Service is a volunteer tutoring organization that provides free tutoring to all UW-Madison students who wish to improve their grades, study habits, and conversational English.

UW-Madison Student Organizations
The Center for Leadership and Involvement (CfLI) promotes student involvement as an integral part of a university education and provides services, information, education, support, and advising to assist with the development and strengthening of student groups. Working with university and community partners, including student group advisors, alumni, and national organizations, and through education on university resources, policies, and procedures, CfLI provides leadership development, organizational management, and skill development opportunities in an effort to empower students, to support quality learning experiences outside of the classroom, and to encourage active, thoughtful, involved community citizens.

Writing Center
The Writing Center helps undergraduate and graduate students successfully complete course papers, theses, dissertations, and articles for publication in all sorts of academic disciplines. The center offers an extensive range of individual instruction, non-credit classes, curricular-based writing tutors (Undergraduate Writing Fellows), and instructional materials.