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Compass Roadmap | Chemistry & Biochemistry

Begin Your Journey
First Year
Pursue Community
Second Year
Pursue Hospitality
Third Year
Pursue Vocation
Fourth Year
Pursue Wisdom
  • Meet the faculty during Wildcat Week
  • Develop research skills in Cornerstone (CORE 110)
  • Explore the life of Jesus and the New Testament church in BIBL 101 and 102
  • Attend faculty office hours
  • Attend chemistry tutoring

  • Support your peers by attending ACU's URCI Festival
  • Explore the Old Testament in BIBL 211

  • Engage in a faculty-mentored research or creative project
  • Participate in information literacy workshop
  • Participate in Chemistry Circus
  • Prepare for post-graduation by taking the MCAT, PCAT, DAT, GRE, etc

  • Present at URCI Festival or other conference
  • Complete your Capstone course: Chem 423 Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar
  • Participate in Chemistry Circus
  • Participate in Chem Club Chapel
  • Experience Candlelight Devo during Wildcat Week
  • Join a local Church
  • Engage in practices of meal fellowship, testimony and breath prayer

  • Participate in Chem Club Chapel
  • Volunteer in the Abilene community
  • Participate in the life of a local church
  • Learn about service opportunities at the Local Missions Fair
  • Engage in practices of intercessory prayer, pilgrimage and journaling
  • Participate in Chem Club Chapel
  • Participate in the life of a local church
  • Gain hands-on ministry experience on a Global Service Trip
  • Engage in practices of silence, spiritual listening and examen
  • Participate in Chem Club Chapel
  • Engage in a local church
  • Experience Candlelight Sendoff
  • Engage in practices of friendship, relinquishment and developing a rule of life
  • Discuss faith and science in Chem 423 Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar
  • Take Strengths Finder Inventory
  • Join a Student Organization
  • Connect with a Faculty or Staff Mentor
  • Develop a Personal Exercise Plan

  • Exercise in the Rec Center and/or Play Intramurals
  • Participate in a Student Organization

  • Serve in a Leadership Role on Campus
  • Lead in a Church Ministry or Local Service Organization

  • Mentor First-Year Student(s)
  • Lead a Student Club or Organization

  • Attend Events Hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA)
  • Attend Events Hosted by the International Students Association (ISA)
  • Study Abroad in Oxford, Leipzig or Montevideo
  • Attend Events Hosted by the Carl Spain Center on Race Studies and Spiritual Action
  • Participate in a World Wide Witness Summer Internship
  • Lead a Multicultural or International Student Event
  • Apply to Fulbright Scholar, AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, Intercultural Service Opportunity
  • Activate Handshake Profile
  • Take the Career Explorer Inventory
  • Participate in Creative U
  • Develop a Résumé in the Career Center
  • Participate in Mock Interview

  • Create LinkedIn Profile
  • Complete internship
  • Apply for Graduate School
  • Secure Letters of Recommendation
  • Finalize Résumé
  • Apply for Jobs