You’re a busy PharmD student with little time to spare. Luckily, the resources you’re most likely searching for are organized here in one go-to source.
Here’s the info you need to keep on track with your PharmD studies. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Drop by the Office of Academic Services in the Administrative Suite for assistance.
Select five professional electives during your P1-P3 years, developing an understanding of specialized segments of the pharmacy profession that interest you. Professional electives include research, clinical, and didactic courses.
Humanities and Social Sciences Courses
Pharmacy Practice Experiences
Your Scholastic Standing is determined by evidence of satisfactory academic progression and is evaluated each semester by a faculty committee. In general, the minimum acceptable GPA is 2.800 in the preprofessional years and 2.500 in the professional years, with no grades of D or F.
The purpose of this handbook is to provide a ready-reference to key policies relating to the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy and Doctor of Pharmacy program. The handbook is meant to supplement and, in some cases, clarify but not replace the University Catalog
Online Resources on Drug and Health Information
Computer Requirements 2021-2022
Click here for current computer requirements.
Special Academic Opportunities
You might be looking for your next big challenge—or for a little extra help. Either way, these special academic opportunities can help you make the most of your School of Pharmacy education.
Educational Opportunity Fund
PharmD Honors Research Program
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program
Pharmacy Research Day
You’ve done your research, now share it at Pharmacy Research Day. This annual symposium brings together PharmD, graduates, and postgraduate researchers for poster presentations showcasing the exciting work conducted at our school. Abstracts for the annual April event are submitted in March.
Knight Scholar Program
Student Life and Services
You’ve got the best of both worlds at the School of Pharmacy: a small, mission-driven community within the wider Rutgers universe. Look to your school community for specialized student life and services, targeted to the specific needs of pharmacy students.
Academic Services (PP1 & PP2 Students)
Student Advising (P1-P4 Students)
Student Development and EOF Program
Rutgers Student Resources
Resources for PharmD Students
Having the right resources right at your fingertips? It’s a beautiful thing! That’s why we gathered this easy-to-access archive of top reference materials for pharmacy students.
The Student Handbook collects key information about the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy and the PharmD program in one handy place. Use it to familiarize yourself with school policies and expectations—and make the most of your education.
Schedule of Classes and Final Exams (P1-P3 Students)
Drug and Health Information Sources