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pre pharmacy society umdprepharm@gmail com studentorg umd edu prepharm

Pre-Pharmacy Societyumdprepharm@gmail.comstudentorg.umd.edu/prepharm

2ND GENERAL BODY MEETING

FEBRUARY 21, 2011

Get on the ListServ...Join Our Facebook Group…Visit Our Website…CMNS Updates

agenda
Agenda
  • Welcome! Don’t forget to sign-in
  • Active Membership Requirements
    • CONGRATULATIONS!!
      • Handing out of Fall 2010 Active Membership Certificates
  • Community Service Events
  • Drug of the Week: Barbiturates
  • Pharmaceutical Issue: Drug Abuse Among College Students
  • U.S.A. Schools of Pharmacy Guide:

with March 1st, 2011 Application Deadlines

active membership requirements
Active Membership Requirements
  • 3 Meetings per semester
  • 3 Hours of Community Service per semester
    • Please do not wait until till the end of the semester to fulfill your community service hours
    • Exceptions will not be made
  • CONGRATULATIONS!!
    • Handing out of Fall 2010 Active Membership Certificates
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH87jt41xyA&feature=related
community service events
Community Service Events
  • *Active Membership Requires 3 Hours of Community Service
    • On-Campus Community Service Events
      • 1 Hour of Community Service is granted
    • Off-Campus Community Service Events
      • 2 Hours of Community Service are granted
  • Don’t wait until the end of the semester for extra opportunities!
  • Questions?
    • Contact Community Service Co-Chairs
      • Chelsey Song [csong123@umd.edu] – Off Campus Events
      • Krishna Dalsania [krdalsania@gmail.com] – On Campus Events
panda express fundraiser on campus
Panda Express Fundraiser(On Campus)

Date: TODAY! Monday February 21, 2011

Time: 3:30-7:30 PM

Location: STAMP Student Union

Hours: 1 hour

Profit: 20% of proceeds benefit Pre-Pharmacy Society

Contact: Krishna Dalsania

krdalsania@gmail.com

PLEASE PRESENT YOUR FLYER AT REGISTER!

noodles and company fundraiser on campus
Noodles and Company Fundraiser(On Campus)

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Location: Route 1 College Park Shopping Center

Hours: 1 hour

Profit: 25% of proceeds benefit Pre-Pharmacy Society

Contact: Krishna Dalsania

krdalsania@gmail.com

PLEASE PRESENT YOUR FLYER AT REGISTER!

ronald mcdonald s house off campus
Ronald McDonald’s House(Off Campus)

Ronald McDonald’s House’s Mission Statement:

The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children. Guiding us in our mission are our core values:

- Focusing on the critical needs of children

- Celebrating the diversity of the programs we offer and the staff, volunteers and donors who make them possible

- Staying true to our heritage of 36 years of responsible stewardship

- Operating with accountability and transparency

What we’re going to do:

  • Household Chores

WHEN?

Thursday, MARCH 17th- 5:30—7:30 pm

Limited Spots!!! (10)

(Sign up TBA)

Contact: Chelsey Song

csong123@umd.edu

food and friends off campus
Food and Friends(Off Campus)

Food and Friend’s Mission Statement:

Food & Friends is the only organization in the Washington, DC, area providing specialized, nutritious meals, groceries, nutrition counseling and friendship to people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses. Food & Friends' staff of professional chefs and Community Dietitians design meals that meet the special dietary needs of persons living with a broad range of illnesses.  Our confidential services are free of charge to individuals and families living throughout Washington, DC, 7 counties of Maryland and 7 counties and 6 independent cities of Virginia.

What are we doing?

We’re going to be preparing and packaging food ( please let me know if you have any religious or allergy)

When?

TBD

Limited Space (5)

Sign up TBA

Contact: Chelsey Song

csong123@umd.edu

relay for life on campus
Relay for Life( On Campus)

Relay for Life Mission Statement:

The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community- based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.

What we’re going to do?

We’re going to be walking or running around the soccer field

When?

April 2-3 ( 7pm-11pm)

No Limitation for spaces

Sign Up at www.Relayumd.com

Team: Pre-Pharmacy Society

Cost: $10

Contact: Chelsey Song

csong123@umd.edu

jason s deli fundraiser on campus
Jason’s Deli Fundraiser(On Campus)

Date: Tuesday April 5th, 2011

Time: 5-9 PM

Location: Route 1 College Park Shopping Center

Hours: 1 hour

Profit: 10% of proceeds benefit Pre-Pharmacy Society

Contact: Krishna Dalsania

krdalsania@gmail.com

PLEASE PRESENT YOUR FLYER AT REGISTER!

martha s table off campus
Martha’s Table(Off Campus)

Martha’s Table Mission Statement:

Martha's Table's mission is to help at-risk children, youth, families and individuals in our community improve their lives by providing educational programs, food, clothing and enrichment opportunities.

Providing tutorial, learning and recreational programs during the school year and the summer for approximately 250 children and youth, aged 3 months to 18 years;

What we’re going to do?

We’re going to be playing and tutoring kids

When?

Wednesday April 6th 6pm-8pm

LIMITED SPOTS (8)

Sign Up TBA

Contact: Chelsey Song

csong123@umd.edu

drug of the week
Drug of the Week

Drug Class: Barbiturates

Slang: Barbs, Goofballs, Red devils, Downers

Source: http://www.fadaa.org/services/resource_center/resources/JTF/BARB02.pdf

what are barbiturates
What are barbiturates?
  • Depressants of the central nervous system
    • Similar to alcohol
  • Abused for
    • Euphoria, tranquility
  • Small doses
    • Calm, relax muscles
  • High doses
    • Unconsciousness, death
mechanism of barbiturates
Mechanism of barbiturates
  • Binds to GABAA receptors
    • Induces inhibitory effect
    • Prevents neuronal firing
  • Blocks AMPA (glutamate) receptor
    • Blocks excitatory effect
examples of barbiturates
Examples of barbiturates
  • Amobarbital (Amytal)
  • Pentobarbital (Nembutal)
  • Phenobarbital (Luminal)
    • Treats epileptic seizures
  • Mephobarbital (Mebaral)
    • Treats insomnia
  • Thiopental (Pentothal)
    • Anesthesia

http://www.webmd.com/mental-health/barbiturate-abuse

pharmaceutical issue
Pharmaceutical Issue

Drug Abuse Among College Students

prescribed drugs
Prescribed Drugs

The use of illegal access to prescribed drugs has increased especially in the college students. Examples such as methamphetamine and amphetamines and many others have been abused mainly for academic reasons. These drugs are used by college students because these stimulants provide a source of energy that allows one to study and work for days without sleep and may cause damage in the long run. These side effects (and later permanent damages) are constantly being ignored over academic success.

access
Access
  • These type of class A and B drugs are only given via prescription for people usually dealing with ADHD and other disorders.
  • Students who gain access without having this psychiatric disorder must have some type of connection with those who can access to the drug or are able to find illegal websites which sell these drugs.
  • According to the University of Wisconsin study, about 20 percent of college students have used Adderall or Ritalin without a prescription (Dangers of stimulant abuse-University of Wisconsin, 2002). Partnership for a Drug-Free America studies show that one out ten teenagers used prescribed drugs illegally (2004)
side effects
Side Effects

Short term:

  • Increased body temperature and heart rate
  • Dilated pupils
  • Nausea
  • Muscle spasms
  • Confusion

Long term:

  • Paranoia
  • Aggressiveness
  • Extreme Anorexia
  • Thinking Problems
  • Visual and Auditory Hallucination
  • Along with these side effects, one can suffer from a heart attack because of raised blood pressure and heart rate.
discussion questions
Discussion Questions

We are future health care professionals and will be faced with issues such as these very often!

  • Should people with actual prescriptions for disorders such as ADHD be affected so that the number of drug abusers may go down?
  • Should the qualifications of being diagnosed ADHD become higher to potentially reduce drug abuse?
  • Is there a correlation between ADHD patients with prescribed drugs and drug abusers?
  • Should Universities investigate more into the problem of drug abuse among college students?
cited sources
Cited Sources
  • http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/409750/prescription_stimulant_abuse_among.html?cat=25
  • http://teens.drugabuse.gov/facts/facts_stim1.php
  • http://psychcentral.com/news/2006/10/30/college-abuse-of-prescription-stimulants/367.html
  • http://www.kansan.com/news/2006/feb/02/drugs/
pre pharmacy society proudly presents

Pre-Pharmacy Society Proudly Presents….

U.S.A. Schools of pharmacy Guide:

With March 1st 2011 Application Deadlines

All Schools Included in This Presentation have Full Accreditation

accreditation
Accreditation
  • The essential purpose of the accreditation process is to provide a professional judgment of the quality of a college or school of pharmacy's professional program(s) and to encourage continued improvement thereof. Accreditation concerns itself with both quality assurance and quality enhancement.
  • 120 schools and colleges with accreditation status
    • 94 with full accreditation
    • 18 with candidate status
    • 8 with pre-candidate status
  • Boom in pharmacy schools
    • Need increase
pre candidate status
Pre-Candidate Status
  • A new program that has no students enrolled but that meets the eligibility criteria for accreditation
  • Students would be enrolled during fall term, Year 1
    • If program matriculates students before receiving Pre-Candidate Status, ACPE would not consider granting accreditation status until AFTER the program has produced graduates (who likely would NOT be eligible for state licensure)
  • The granting of Precandidate status indicates that a college or school’s planning for the Doctor of Pharmacy program has taken into account ACPE standards and guidelines and suggests reasonable assurances of moving to the next step, that of Candidate status. 
  • Granting of Precandidate status brings no rights or privileges of accreditation. Full public disclosure by the college or school of pharmacy of the terms and conditions of this accreditation status is required.
candidate status
Candidate Status
  • Once students have enrolled in a new program, but the program has not had a graduating class, the program may be granted Candidate status. 
  • The granting of Candidate status denotes a developmental program that is expected to mature in accord with stated plans and within a defined time period. 
  • Reasonable assurances are expected to be provided that the program may become accredited as programmatic experiences are gained, generally, by the time the first class has graduated. 
  • Graduates of a class designated as having Candidate status have the same rights and privileges as graduates of an accredited program.
appalachian college of pharmacy
Appalachian College of Pharmacy
  • Vickie Keene, Director of Academic Records and Admission, Office of Admissions
    • Address: 1060 Dragon Road, Oakwood, Virginia 24631
    • Phone: 276-498-4190 / Email: vkeene@acpharm.org
    • Website: www.acpharm.org
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoolappalachiapage.htm
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Appalachian College of Pharmacy
  • Program Description
    • The Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP) offers Virginia's only three-year Doctor of Pharmacy Program. ACP serves society through pharmaceutical education, service, and scholarship.
    • ACP’s mission is to prepare pharmacists to provide excellent patient-centered pharmaceutical care and systems management to meet 21st century healthcare challenges, with a focus on meeting the needs of rural underserved populations in Central Appalachia and other similar areas.
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Appalachian College of Pharmacy
  • About
    • Private Institution
    • Pharm.D.
    • Open House Dates: No open houses – Campus visits offered upon request
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.2 / Minimum GPA: 2.5
    • Minimum composite PCAT: 50%
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 69 semester hours
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • $34,100
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Appalachian College of Pharmacy
  • Supplemental Deadline: March 1, 2011
  • Supplemental Application Fee: $100
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • 10 business days from date of acceptance letter
    • $1,000 seat deposit will be credited toward tuition
  • First Day of Classes: August 22, 2011
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • In writing, considered on a case-by-case basis
auburn university harrison school of pharmacy
Auburn University – Harrison School of Pharmacy
  • Laurie Kenney Smith, Coordinator of Admissions
    • Address: 2316 Walker Building, Auburn University, Alabama 36849
    • Phone: 334-844-8348 / Email: kenneyl@auburn.edu
    • Website: www.pharmacy.auburn.edu
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoolAuburnpage.htm
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Auburn University – Harrison School of Pharmacy
  • Program Description
    • Harrison School of Pharmacy (HSOP) has been a part of Auburn University’s rich family history and tradition since 1885.
    • Student pharmacists continuously care for patients, beginning with their first semester. This aspect of the curriculum is unique to Auburn and provides an innovative mechanism to tie coursework to actual patients.
    • Auburn is located 110 miles southwest of Atlanta, Georgia and 115 miles southeast of Birmingham. The community is dedicated to the University and its 24,000 students. The environment allows students to experience university life while receiving an excellent general and professional education at the same time. 
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Auburn University – Harrison School of Pharmacy
  • About
    • Public Institution
    • Pharm.D.
    • Open House Dates: N/A
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.2 / Minimum GPA: 2.5
    • Minimum composite PCAT: 40th percentile for composite, as well as chemistry and biology subscales
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 87-89 semester hours
    • *3 – Biochemistry, *3- Immunology
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • Resident: $21,500
    • Non-Resident: $35,504
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Auburn University – Harrison School of Pharmacy
  • Supplemental Deadline: March 1, 2011
  • Supplemental Application Fee: $50
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • 2 weeks upon receiving an admission offer
    • $500 non-refundable deposit will be applied toward tuition
  • First Day of Classes: August 16, 2011
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis
campbell university college of pharmacy health sciences
Campbell University – College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Admissions Office
    • Address: 217 Main St, Buies Creek, NC 27506
    • Phone: 1-800-760-9734 / Email: pharmacy@campbell.edu
    • Website: www.campbell.edu/pharmacy
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoolcampbellpage.htm

"Earning dual degrees, I've found that the coursework is very demanding but manageable if you can budget your time well. My planner is my constant companion."- Lauren E. HookerClass of 2010

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Campbell University – College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Program Description
    • Founded in 1986, the Campbell University College of Pharmacy was the first new pharmacy school established in the US in thirty-five years. As the trendsetter for the most recently established pharmacy schools, Campbell initiated the four-year doctoral program as its cornerstone.
    • Campbell students feel that they have the best of both worlds in having the resources, professors and technology of a large university; yet, they also have the friendliness, closeness and community spirit of a small college. Class size is limited to 108 students per class, with a faculty of 50 professors. Tuition-included laptop computers, PDAs, and web-based technologies are utilized to enhance the students’ educational experiences.
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Campbell University – College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • About
    • Private Institution
    • Pharm.D., PharmD/MBA, PharmD/MSPS, PharmD/MSCR
    • Open House Dates: N/A
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.46 / Minimum GPA: 2.5
    • Minimum composite PCAT: N/A
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 64 semester hours
    • *Recommended: Medical Terminology (Counts under Biological Sciences) / Suggested: Any Clinical Research courses (Electives)
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • $26,420
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Campbell University – College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  • Supplemental Deadline: March 1, 2011
  • Supplemental Application Fee: $25
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • 2 weeks upon receiving an admission offer
    • $2,000 non-refundable deposit
  • First Day of Classes: N/A
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • Requests are considered on a student-to-student basis
creighton university school of pharmacy health professions
Creighton University – School of Pharmacy & Health Professions
  • Mackenzie Buxcel, MPA, Interim Director of Admission, Criss Health Science Room 151
    • Address: 2500 California Plaza, Omaha, NE 68178
    • Phone: 402-280-2662 Email: phaadmis@creighton.edu
    • Website: www.spahp.creighton.edu/admission
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoolcreightonpage.htm
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Creighton University – School of Pharmacy & Health Professions
  • Program Description
    • Creighton University is a Jesuit institution which is centered on values and focused on students. 
    • Creighton's pharmacy program offers two pathways to achieve the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Students may choose between the traditional, campus pathway and the distance pathway. Campus and distance students are provided with tablet computers whose use is incorporated into classroom lectures, tests, presentations, laboratory experiences, and pharmacy clinical rotations.
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Creighton University – School of Pharmacy & Health Professions
  • About
    • Private Institution
    • Pharm.D
    • Open House Dates: N/A
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.4 / Minimum GPA: 2.9 preferred
    • Minimum composite PCAT: 60 preferred
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 63 semester hours
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • $31,724
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Creighton University – School of Pharmacy & Health Professions
  • Supplemental Deadline: March 1, 2011
  • Supplemental Application Fee: $60
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • 30 days from date of acceptance letter
    • $2,000 non-refundable deposit
  • First Day of Classes: Mid-August 2011
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • Considered. Must be submitted by June 1
lecom school of pharmacy bradenton campus
LECOM School of Pharmacy – Bradenton Campus
  • Office of Admissions
    • Address: 5000 Lakewood Ranch Blvd, Bradenton, FL 34203
    • Phone: 941-756-0690 Email: pharm_fl@lecom.edu
    • Website: www.lecom.edu
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoollecom_bpage.htm
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LECOM School of Pharmacy – Bradenton Campus
  • Program Description
    • LECOM is a private, non-profit institution offering professional programs in pharmacy and medicine.
    • The mission of the LECOM School of Pharmacy is to prepare pharmacy professionals committed to provide high-quality, ethical, and empathetic patient-centered care to serve the needs of a diverse population. 
    • The LECOM School of Pharmacy Bradenton Campus inaugural class began in 2007. A 109,000 square feet facility houses a learning resource center, lecture halls, multi-purpose laboratories, pharmaceutical care laboratory, computer training room, and study rooms.
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LECOM School of Pharmacy – Bradenton Campus
  • About
    • Private Institution
    • Pharm.D
    • Open House Dates: Sat, April 23, 2011
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.45 / Minimum GPA: 2.7
    • Minimum composite PCAT: no minimum; average is 67
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 60 semester hours
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • $21,000 – In State
    • $23,975 – Out of State
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LECOM School of Pharmacy – Bradenton Campus
  • Supplemental Deadline: N/A
  • Supplemental Application Fee: N/A
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • 2-4 weeks upon receipt of acceptance letter
    • $500 non-refundable deposit
  • First Day of Classes: August 23, 2011
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • Not Considered
lecom school of pharmacy erie campus
LECOM School of Pharmacy – Erie Campus
  • Office of Admissions
    • Address: 1858 West Grandview Boulevard, Erie, Pennsylvania 16509
    • Phone: 814-866-6641 / Email: pharmacy@lecom.edu
    • Website: www.lecom.edu
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoollecom_epage.htm
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LECOM School of Pharmacy – Erie Campus
  • Program Description
    • LECOM is a private, non-profit institution offering professional programs in pharmacy and medicine.
    •  Through the integration of sciences with critical thinking skills and effective communication we will prepare future pharmacists to be strong patient advocates and leaders in their communities, in professional associations, and in research activities.
    • The LECOM School of Pharmacy Erie Campus opened its doors to the inaugural class in 2002.  A 150,000 square feet facility houses a large learning resource center, lecture halls, model pharmacy, compounding/sterile products laboratory, pharmaceutical care laboratory, physical assessment laboratory, computer training room, and study rooms..
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LECOM School of Pharmacy – Erie Campus
  • About
    • Private Institution
    • Pharm.D
    • Open House Dates: N/A
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.56 / Minimum GPA: 2.7
    • Minimum composite PCAT: no minimum; average is 57
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 60 semester hours
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • $23,550 – Out of State
    • $22,325 – In State
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LECOM School of Pharmacy – Erie Campus
  • Supplemental: NONE
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • 2-4 weeks upon receipt of acceptance letter
    • $500 non-refundable deposit
  • First Day of Classes: August 2011
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • Not Considered
virginia commonwealth university school of pharmacy
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy
  • Thomas P. Reinders, Pharm.D., Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Services, 5th Floor, Smith Building
    • Address:410 North 12th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23298
    • Phone: 1-800-330-0519 / Email: pharmacy@vcu.edu
    • Website: www.pharmacy.vcu.edu
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoolVCUpage.htm
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Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy
  • Program Description
    • The School of Pharmacy at Virginia Commonwealth University is located on the University's Medical College of Virginia campus in Richmond. Since its inception in 1898, the School of pharmacy has been a leader in pharmaceutical education and research. 
    • Our mission is to provide professional, graduate, and postgraduate education, conduct pharmaceutical and biomedical research, and deliver pharmaceutical care and public service.
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Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy
  • About
    • Public Institution
    • Pharm.D, PharmD/PhD, PharmD/MBA, PharmD/MPH
    • Open House Dates: N/A
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.4 / Minimum GPA: N/A
    • Minimum composite PCAT: N/A
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 90 semester hours
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • $16,510 – Out of State
    • $11,789– In State
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Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy
  • Supplemental: Yes for Invited Interview Candidates
  • Supplemental Application Deadline: $30
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
    • Conducted from 1:00pm to 5:00pm on specific Saturdays
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • N/A
  • First Day of Classes: N/A
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • N/A
albany college of pharmacy health sciences albany ny campus
Albany College of Pharmacy&Health Sciences – Albany, NY Campus
  • Donna S. Myers, Pharmacy Admissions Coordinator, Office of the Dean
    • Address: 106 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208
    • Phone: 518-694-7149 / Email: pharmadmission@acphs.edu
    • Website: www.acphs.edu
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoolAlbanypage.htm
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Albany College of Pharmacy&Health Sciences – Albany, NY Campus
  • Program Description
    • Preparing students to excel in this new era of health care—an age where pharmacy and biomedical professionals will be at the heart of medial teams that bring hope, knowledge and continuing health to the people they serve. 
    • Founded in 1881, one of the only private, independent pharmacy schools in the United States. Nearly all of our graduates pass national and state licensure exams on the first try, and exciting, rewarding jobs typically await all graduates not continuing their education. 
    • The College is located in the University Heights area of Albany, New York’s state capital.
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Albany College of Pharmacy&Health Sciences – Albany, NY Campus
  • About
    • Private Institution
    • Pharm.D
    • Open House Dates: N/A
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.0/ Minimum GPA: 2.5
    • Minimum composite PCAT: N/A
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 70 semester hours
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • $24,500
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Albany College of Pharmacy&Health Sciences – Albany, NY Campus
  • Supplemental Application Deadline: March 1 2011
  • Supplemental Application Fee: $100
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • 2 weeks from the date of acceptance letter
  • Acceptance Deposit: $500
  • First Day of Classes: N/A
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • Offered on a limited basis after student has deposited
albany college of pharmacy health sciences colchester vt campus
Albany College of Pharmacy&Health Sciences – Colchester, VT Campus
  • Donna S. Myers, Pharmacy Admissions Coordinator, Office of the Dean
    • Address: 106 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208
    • Phone: 518-694-7149 / Email: pharmadmission@acphs.edu
    • Website: www.acphs.edu
    • PharmCAS: http://www.pharmcas.org/collegesschools/schoolAlbanypage.htm
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Albany College of Pharmacy&Health Sciences – Colchester, VT Campus
  • Program Description
    • Preparing students to excel in this new era of health care—an age where pharmacy and biomedical professionals will be at the heart of medial teams that bring hope, knowledge and continuing health to the people they serve. 
    • ACPHS’s Vermont campus is located in Colchester, near Burlington and is in close proximity to Fletcher Allen Health Care and several colleges and universities. The main campus is an existing 62,000 square foot facility in the Water Tower Hill development. State-of-the-art facilities, including pharmacy practice labs and interactive distance technology, coupled with the convenient Colchester location, will provide students with a first rate pharmacy education.
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Albany College of Pharmacy&Health Sciences – Colchester, VT Campus
  • About
    • Private Institution
    • Pharm.D
    • Open House Dates: N/A
  • Criteria
    • Average GPA: 3.25/ Minimum GPA: 2.5
    • Minimum composite PCAT: N/A
  • Pre-Requisites
    • 70 semester hours
  • Total Tuition & Fees
    • $28,830
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Albany College of Pharmacy&Health Sciences – Colchester, VT Campus
  • Supplemental Application Deadline: March 1 2011
  • Supplemental Application Fee: $100
  • Interview Process: By Invitation
  • Acceptance Offer Response
    • 2 weeks from the date of acceptance letter
  • Acceptance Deposit: $500
  • First Day of Classes: N/A
  • Requests for Deferred Entrance Considered:
    • Offered on a limited basis after student has deposited
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