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Scholarship Information for Doctor of Pharmacy Students

During spring semester each year, P1-P3 students enrolled in the Doctor of Pharmacy program are eligible to apply for scholarships offered by the College of Pharmacy.  Scholarships vary in amount each year depending on available funds and the number of qualifying students. The scholarships for incoming first year students available through the College of Pharmacy are awarded through special processes. Students may apply for up to three scholarships; however, students are only eligible to receive one.

In order to be considered for a scholarship, students must first complete an application through an online application system.  In January, students receive an email from the Office of the Dean which includes a link to the application in addition to details regarding completing the scholarship submission process.  Students may be required to submit additional documentation detailed in the descriptions of each scholarship. To learn more about the scholarships currently available, follow the navigation links on the right of this page.

To be considered for need-based scholarships, students are encouraged to complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at: http://www.fafsa.gov by the priority deadline and provide the Dean's Office with an authorization for the Office of Student Financial Aid to Release Information Form SCH 153. All applications require the completion of the OSFA Form 153 even if the scholarship is not need-based.  

The Dean appoints faculty members from across the college to serve on the Scholarships and Awards Committee. The committee reviews all application materials and makes award determinations, adhering strictly to the criteria established for each scholarship.

For questions regarding the scholarship application process, please contact Gloria Strait in the Dean’s Office in the College of Pharmacy at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 706.542.8166.

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