The University of Findlay
College of Pharmacy
Official transcripts must be sent to the University Registrar. Some courses do not transfer to UF. Check with UF before applying especially for transfer of courses from Community Colleges or for transfer before the first professional year.
- Contact Information
- Program Deadline
- Program Information
- Program Description
- Program Statistics and Criteria
- Program Prerequisites
- Supplemental Application
- Foreign Applicants
- Letters of Reference
- Accepted Applicants
- School Page Notifications
PharmCAS Application and Transcript Deadline for the class entering fall of 2015: March 2, 2015
- Institution Type: Private
- Is your institution part of an academic health center? No
- Type of academic term:
- Semester (two terms per academic year)
- Dual Degree Programs Yes
- If Yes, Check all that apply:
- If Other, please list: Pharm.D./MHI
- Structure of your PharmD program:
- Is a Baccalaureate degree preferred for admissions?
- Open House Information:
- Dates: October 8, 2013
- Details: If you're thinking of transferring to the College of Pharmacy, we encourage you to attend Pharmacy Day at The University of Findlay on October 9, 2012 at 8 a.m. Our faculty and staff will be on hand to address your specific transfer questions and you'll get the chance to see our research labs and classrooms. Pharmacy Day is designed to give you a chance to learn more about our program and The University of Findlay's academics, campus and student life. You'll leave knowing that Findlay is a good fit for you! Students wishing to enter the professional Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D.) program at The University of Findlay will apply through the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS).
- Does your institution participate in the Early Decision Program (EDP)? No
- Alternative enrollment options available
- Is your institution participating in the Centralized Criminal Background Check (CBC)? No
- Is your institution participating in the PharmCAS-facilitated Drug Screening Service? No
- Satellite/Branch Campuses:
The University of Findlay College of Pharmacy offers an accredited doctor of pharmacy program. It is primarily a direct-entry, 0+6 program, however some transfer openings occur each year.
What makes Findlay different?
- Students can complete an MBA or a master of science in health informatics along with the Pharm. D.
- Professional courses taught in small sections of 36 students
- Classes are taught interactively.
- Senior students do all nine months of clinical education at one of 25 hub sites, but can choose from a variety of elective experiences away from the hub to help each student meet personal and professional goals.
- All professors are doctorally qualified.
- Professors have an educationally diverse background.
- Our faculty use an interactive teaching style, integrating subjects such as pharmacy, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, kinetics, herbal and over-the-counter therapies into an organ system based curriculum.
Please visit http://www.findlay.edu/academics/colleges/cphm/default.htm for more information.
- Estimated number interviewed for fall 2014 entering class: 260
- Estimated number accepted for fall 2014 entering class: 73
- Estimated fall 2014 entering class size including early assurance and transfer seats: 93
- Estimated number of early assurance students advancing to the professional program: 68
- Estimated number of transfer applicants accepted: 18
- Estimated number of out-of-state applicants accepted: 14
- Estimated percent of males in 2014 entering class: 40%
- Estimated percent of females in 2014 entering class: 60%
- Estimated average GPA of accepted students: 3.3
- Estimated number of students to be interviewed: 15
- Number of TRANSFER seats available for fall 2015 entering class: 5 to 15
- Minimum overall GPA considered: 3.0
- Minimum prerequisite GPA considered: 3.0
- Minimum composite PCAT score considered: N/A
- Previous college experience prior to enrolling in the school/college of pharmacy: 0 years
- Age RANGE of entering students, excluding transfer students entering other than the first year of your program: 17 - 55
- Ratio of applications received to the number of first-year students enrolled, excluding transfer students entering other than the first year of your program: 5.6:1
- Supplemental Application required? Yes
- PCAT required? No
- Note: select PharmCAS Code 104 to report PCAT scores directly to PharmCAS.
- TOEFL® required? Yes
All students for whom English is a second language must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Currently, for the paper-based test, the minimum requirement for admission to the College of Pharmacy is a score of 600 overall. For the Internet-based test (IBT), the minimum requirement for admission is an overall score of 100 subset scores of at least 22 for reading, 22 for listening, 26 for speaking and 24 for writing.
- Note: select code 8246 to report TOEFL scores directly to PharmCAS.
- Is health care-related experience required? Not required
- Is proof of state residency required? No
- Is preference given to state residents? No
- Is preference given to residents of other states? No
LOR types that are NOT ACCEPTED:
Are Committee Letters accepted? Yes
Are Composite Letters accepted? Yes
- Does it count as more than one LOR? No
- Does it count as more than one LOR? No
- Does your institution conduct interviews? Yes
- Interview Dates:
Only select students will be invited to interview. The in-person interview is mandatory for all students who wish to have their application considered further. The opportunity to interview will be based on your completed Pharmacy application, UF application, transcripts and test scores. Interviews for transfer students will be set up individually most likely in December and May.
On your interview day, you will be asked to write a short essay and will interview, one-on-one, with a College of Pharmacy faculty member or administrator. Each interview will be approximately 30 minutes in length and is an important part of the admission decision. Writing materials for the essay will be furnished. The only item you will need to bring is a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license.
- When are acceptance letters mailed to regular applicants? Acceptance letters are mailed following the applicant interview on a continual basis.
- When is the response to the acceptance offer due? For transfer students, the acceptance offer is due within 20 days of the offer letter date.
- Is there a deposit to hold an acceptee's place in the class? Yes
- Amount: $500
- Due: With the response to the acceptance letter
- Refundable? No
- New Student Orientation Information:
- Approximately 8/15/2014
- Approximately 12/15/2013
- Details: Students are accepted for the Fall or Spring semester, depending on openings.
- First day of classes and/or matriculation: Approximately August 20, 2014. Please visit this web site for more details.
- Are requests for deferred entrance considered? Yes
- Details: Admission can be considered for any semester. When the application is a year old, it must be resubmitted.