Pharmacy Admissions

 

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Pharmacy Admissions Blog

Click here to read and follow the Ferris State University College of Pharmacy Admission Blog.  The blog is updated by our Admissions staff and provides additional insight into the admission process for the College of Pharmacy.  Our goal is to "demystify" the admission process and provide a forum for questions and answers about taking the next step in your professional career objectives of becoming a pharmacist.  Leave your questions as comments on the blog, or email them to us.  The blog is maintained by:

Greg Wellman, R.Ph., Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacy Administration  email: wellmang@ferris.edu

Tara Lee, B.S. Administrative Specialist - Admissions
email: leet@ferris.edu

Welcome to the Doctor of Pharmacy admissions page.  This page contains a wealth of information about our program and how to start on the road to a rewarding career as a pharmacist.  

Admission to the Doctor of Pharmacy program is a selective process that considers a variety of factors critical to success as a student and pharmacist. As admission to the program is competitive, completion of pre-pharmacy requirements does not guarantee admission to the College of Pharmacy. Complete information on admissions can be found below by clicking on "Admission Policies".  We also maintain a "Frequently Asked Questions" section below with answers to some of the common questions posed about pharmacy school at Ferris.

 
ALL APPLICANTS: Important Financial Aid Info
FERRIS NOW PARTICIPATES IN THE PHARMCAS EARLY DECISION PROGRAM.  SEE DETAILS UNDER ADMISSION POLICIES BELOW.
IMPORTANT CHANGES IN PRE-PHARMACY CURRICULUM FOR FALL, 2014
IMPORTANT: PCAT has added test dates for October and November.

APPLICANTS
Admissions Policies
Application Link (PharmCAS)
Pre-Pharmacy Curriculum 
(Note changes for Fall, 2014)
Application Guides
Honors Pre-Pharmacy Assurance
2013 Incoming Freshmen
COLLEGE INFORMATION
College Visits
Contact Information
Frequently Asked Questions
Pharm Internship License Application