Contact and Visitor Information
School of Chemistry at the Raymond & Beverly Sackler Faculty of Exact Sciences
Location: Shenkar Chemistry Building and Ornstein Building
Shenkar Chemistry Building, 2nd floor, Room 204
Who to contact:
BSc & MSc Registration & Acceptance
Ms. Zila Roth-Bloch, Administrative Director
BSc & MSc Student Secretary
Ms. Sarit Bartov
Location: Kaplun Building, 3rd floor, room 304
PhD Registration & Acceptance
Ms. Tzvia Bouhnik
Senior & Junior Academic Staff, Technical and Research Staff
Ms. Yael Hadad
Ms. Miri Cholski
Supply Department Secretary
Ms. Sonia Goldman
Wonder of Chemistry program for High School Students
Ms. Ronit Weingarten
For access by private and public transportation click on Directions to the university. For the campus location of the School of Chemistry in the Shenkar and Ornstein buildings click on the Campus maps.
Walking directions to the Shenkar & Ornstein buildings (TAU):
From the train station:
Get off at the Tel Aviv University station.
At the west exit, take the flight of stairs going north.
At the first traffic circle stay right and head north.
At the second traffic circle enter the campus through gate 14, go straight until you get to a traffic circle and turn right.
To your right is the "Dan David" building. Go to the end of the parking lot.
To your left is the Cymbalista Synagogue and Jewish Heritage Center, and to your right is the main entrance to the Faculty of Exact Sciences. The building next to it on your right is the Shenkar Chemistry building and Ornstein building.
From the main gate:
Enter through the Frenkel Gate (No. 7), located on Haim Lebanon Street.
Go straight (east) up the main road, with the Recanati Business School building on your right, followed by the Gilman Faculty of Humanities building, and then the Cymbalista Synagogue and Jewish Heritage Center.
After the Cymbalista Synagogue and Jewish Heritage Center turn right, and then turn left at the main entrance to the Faculty of Exact Sciences. The building next to it on your right is the Shenkar Chemistry building and Ornstein building.
Map of Campus (Click on map to enlarge)