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Undergraduate Permission Codes

 Be advised of the following:

  1. Confirm that you have requested the correct section number - a confirmation "ticket" will be sent to your u-mail immediately after you submit your permission code request. You may respond to this "ticket" email with any questions or updates.
  2. All responses will be sent to the requestor's u-mail.
  3.  It may take up to ONE WEEK (5 business days) for your request to be processed.
  4. All permission code requests are processed in the order that they were received.
  5. Do NOT send multiple requests and please do not call asking us to expedite your request, it will prolong the process.  

  6. If you have received a permission code and need to change the section, you don't need to submit a new request.  Please respond to the email you received with the original permission code and specify the new section you need.
  7. Registration for CHEM 3515 is by application only.  The Application link is: https://forms.gle/dFfn33SbAPtp6gwFA. Biochemistry and Chemistry majors with a Biology emphasis will be given priority.

Once you have read and understand that information above, please select the link below to request a permission code.

Spring 2021 Permission Code requests have been disabled - after 1/22 at 12pm, you will need to reach out to the professor and explain your situation. Keep in mind, at this point it's 1+ week since courses began, so you may be behind.

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AP Lab Notbook Evalutions

The chemistry department will be accepting AP lab notebooks for evaluation this fall 2020 by mail or drop-off in HEB 2020 Monday - Friday from 1 - 4 pm. Students who want to drop-off their notebooks to the chemistry main office must do so by Friday, November 20.  The main office will be closed for the remainder of the semester after this date.  Students will be able to mail in (to the address below) their lab notebooks through Wednesday, November 25. Students will receive an email to their umail account with the results of their evaluation by Monday, December 7, which will also include the pickup location for their notebooks.

Department of Chemistry
Attn: Dr. Sushma Saraf
315 S 1400 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Students need to make sure their lab notebooks include: 1) their name, 2) their uNID, and 3) a table of contents labeling each lab.

If you have any questions, you can email Tascha Knowlton advisor@chem.utah.edu or Emily Platt Emily.platt@utah.edu.

Graduate Course Permission Codes

If you are an undergraduate student and need a permission code for a graduate level course, you will need to e-mail the professor for approval, you will then forward their approval to Jo Vallejo and request a permission code for the course. 

 

FAQ:

 

Q: There are not any spots left but, I need that section of the course!

A: Unfortunately, once a course is filled, it is filled. This is especially the case with lab sections as we have to be in compliance with safety regulations. Try using schedule builder to see if there is any other way to plan your semester. Otherwise, we encourage you to watch the enrollment as enrollment numbers frequently change during the first week of classes. 

 

Q: Where do I enter my permission code?

A: Image of where to insert permission code.

 

Q: I still do not see where to enter my permission code.

A: Try removing the course from your shopping cart and add it again. The box for the permission code should appear.

 

Q: Why won’t my permission code work?

A: Permission codes will only work for the section it was assigned and can only be used once. If you are still having trouble, call Office of the Registrar (801-581-5808).

 

Q: Who do I contact if I need to change or add to my permission code request?

A: You can email the Chemistry Permission Code Team at chemperm@chem.utah.edu to make changes to the section you have requested. If you are checking on the status of your permission code request, you must wait 5 business days after your request.

 

Last Updated: 1/22/21