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PharmCAS Update

AACP 2010 Annual Meeting

Lexi Losch

Manager of Application Services

Liaison International

Jennifer Athay, Pharm.D.

Director, Student Affairs

American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

pharmcas contact information
PharmCAS Contact Information

Lexi Losch

Manager of Application Services

llosch@liaison-intl.com

(617) 612-2055

Tania Zavarelli

PharmCAS Coordinator

tzavarelli@liaison-intl.com

(617)612-2058

PharmAdMIT

Chris Ferraraccio

Academic Management Systems

cferraraccio@academicmanagement.com

(716) 204-0464 ext. 2109

2010 11 advisory panel
2010-11 Advisory Panel
  • Jennifer L. Clutter, Chair (West Virginia University)
  • Tessa Keys (Southern Illinois University)
  • Michael W. Kelly (University of Iowa)
  • Mary Lee (Midwestern-Chicago)
  • Andrea L. Wall  (University of Cincinnati)
  • Jennifer Hess (University at Buffalo)
  • Renae Chesnut (Drake University)
  • Jonathon Parker (Samford University)
  • Cyndi Porter (California Northstate)
  • Alison Knutson (University of Minnesota)
pharmcas participation
PharmCAS Participation

Launched on June 4 for

Fall 2011 Enrollment

90 PharmCAS Institutions

12– Partial Participating

78 – Full Participating

50 – Private Institutions

40 – Public Institutions

welcome new pharmcas schools 2010 11
Welcome New PharmCAS Schools 2010-11

Saint Joseph’s College

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

University of Wisconsin

University of Mississippi

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia

Roosevelt University

Rosalind Franklin University

Western New England College

Ferris State University

pharmcas deadline summary 2010 11
PharmCAS Deadline Summary2010-11
  • November: 11 schools
  • December: 19 schools
  • January: 12 schools
  • February: 28 schools
  • March: 20 schools

*Preliminary Information

pharmcas year end reports
PharmCAS Year End Reports

Available in October 2010 for the 2009-10 Admissions Cycle

School-specific and National Data

pharmcas applicant trends
PharmCAS Applicant Trends

43

schools

43

schools

45

schools

47

schools

59

schools

72

schools

86

schools

Complete/mailed PharmCAS applicants only.

pharmcas application trends
PharmCAS Application Trends

43

schools

43

schools

45

schools

47

schools

59

schools

72 schools

86

schools

One applicant may submit multiple applications

2008 09 pharmcas applications
2008-09 PharmCAS Applications
  • Overall Increasein Applicants = 10.9%
  • Overall Increasein Applications = 9.2%
  • Applicant to application ratio = 4.9
  • Increase in applicant to application ratio = 0.8%
top feeder institutions for pharmcas 2008 09
Top Feeder Institutions for PharmCAS (2008-09)

U CALIFORNIA-IRVINE 408

U CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES 362

LONG ISLAND UNIV-BROOKLYN 336

U CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO 321 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 307

PURDUE UNIVERSITY-MAIN CAMPUS 301

U CALIFORNIA-DAVIS 298

SAN DIEGO MESA COLLEGE 264 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 226

GOLDEN WEST COLLEGE 217

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO 217

ORANGE COAST COLLEGE 213

MIAMI-DADE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 212 PASADENA CITY COLLEGE 212

U CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE 208

UNIVOF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO 201 BROWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE 197

U CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY 197

COASTLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 194 GEORGIA PERIMETER COLLEGE 194 IRVINE VALLEY COLLEGE 194

SANTA MONICA COLLEGE 192

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 189

U MINNESOTA-TWIN CITIES 182 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 177 WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY 170

CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY INC 166 UNIVERSITY OF NEW 162

HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 159 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI 159 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY 156

U NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL 155 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 155

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 154

*Applicants enrolled in one or more courses at the institution. PharmCAS reports include institution-specific feeder data in addition to national data.

example of pharmcas applicant specific data
Example of PharmCAS Applicant-specific Data

Report published in October following end of the admissions cycle. It provides a list of all complete/mailed applicants for the individual PharmCAS school. Report identifies the other PharmCAS schools designated by each applicant and the final admission decision at each of the applicant's designated PharmCAS institutions.

what s new in 2010 11
What’s New in 2010-11
  • Application volume to date:
    • July 1, 2010: 7,531 accounts (150 verified)
    • July 1, 2009: 7,504 accounts (125 verified)
    • 61 Total Submitted Re-Applications (26% of submitted)
  • Early Decision deadline: September 3
  • Academic Update opens: December 15
  • Admissions Decisions due: May 25
fee waiver
Fee Waiver
  • Financially disadvantaged applicants
  • Waiver approval based on applicant’s (or parents’) income, as reported on the most recent tax return
  • First-come, first-serve basis
  • First designations free.
  • $50 for each additional designation.
  • AACP waiver fund doubled to cover up to 533 applicants
review of major changes for current 2010 11 cycle
Review of Major Changes for Current 2010-11 Cycle
  • Application Fee is $150 + $50 for each additional school
  • Fee waivers only apply to first designation
  • Race/Ethnicity compatible with IPEDS reporting
  • DOB required field
  • Paperless by 2012
review of major changes for current 2010 11 cycle1
Review of Major Changes for Current 2010-11 Cycle
  • Social Security Numbers removed
  • PCAT scores now matched by PCAT CID
  • No ACPE status institutions
  • Centralized Criminal Background Check Program
  • Re-applicants
  • 2nd parental relationship not required
  • Subject line of message to reference writers to read: Student Reference PharmCAS: Student Name
  • Reference writers can now upload docs, pdfs
re applicants
Re-Applicants
  • Submitted and paid to roll-over from 2009-2010
  • Carry over: Applicant Information, Academic History, Additional Information, Transcripts, PCAT scores
  • Will NOT carry over: Personal Essay, Payment, Letters of Recommendation, Designations
  • Will be assigned new 2010-2011 ID
other announcements
Other Announcements
  • Send your 2009-10 matriculation data to PharmCAS by September 11
  • 2009-10 Year-end reports available in October
  • Problem applicants
  • Surveys
  • 2010-11 PharmCAS School Manual will be posted on AACP site
  • School page updates to Diane Drakeley