• Student Travel

    STUDENT TRAVEL

    2 weeks prior to traveling you MUST complete a VIN form @ the following
    web site https://webapps.ais.uga.edu/UVDB-VP/home.seam
    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUNDS

    2 weeks prior to traveling you MUST complete a Travel Authorization form
    for Student Activities funds to be used

    Registration for conferences may be paid Student Activities fees

    10% of student activities fees may be used for travel. You can’t spend more than

    10% traveling.

    DEAN’S TRAVEL FUNDS

    Registration for conferences may be paid by these funds.

    Travel reimbursements will be paid by these funds ie: hotel, airfare, meals while
    you travel if you save the receipts. You are allowed Breakfast: $6.00 per person
    Lunch: $7.00 per person Dinner: $15.00 per person

    WHEN YOU RETURN

    Bring Original Receipts with a ZERO balance for hotel and airfare

    Gas is NOT a reimbursable travel expense for your car

    All travel must be turned in by May 15th for reimbursement

    ALL TRAVEL MUST BE TURNED IN NO LATER THAN 2 WEEKS AFTER
    TRAVEL DATE.

    ITINERARIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AS RECEIPTS

    GROUP PURCHASES AND EVENTS

    Must be approved by Student Affairs (Dr. Wolfgang & Renee Dobbs) PRIOR to
    event or purchase planned

    Must submit receipts paid by one individual

    Food for monthly or organizational hour meetings is not allowed.

    ORGANIZATIONS will NOT be reimbursed; you must reimburse the student who
    paid in full and submit his/her receipt

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUNDS MAY BE USED FOR TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE REGISTRATION ONLY

    PLEASE DIRECT ALL QUESTIONS TO RENEE DOBBS PRIOR TO TRAVELING.

  • Scholarships

    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.  Students may apply for up to three scholarships; however, students are only eligible to receive one.

    The scholarships for incoming first year students available through the College of Pharmacy are awarded through a special process.

    In order to be considered for a scholarship, students must first complete an application through an online application system.  In the spring term, 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 in the right column on this page.

    To be considered for need-based scholarships and for need eligibility to be determined, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at: http://www.fafsa.gov by the priority deadline.

    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 gstrait@uga.edu or 706.542.8166.

    It’s Now Time to Apply for Scholarships for the 2018-19 Academic Year

    The scholarships application registration is now open for submissions. The College of Pharmacy has adopted the use of FluidReview, an electronic platform that assists in the management of the scholarship application, matching, reviewing and awarding process. We encourage you to take your time filling out your application and view the scholarships available to you for the 2018-19 academic year. The scholarships information on the new rx.uga.edu website is not available at this time. There will be a link on your home page in FluidReview to download a document that contains all the scholarships descriptions and requirements.

    If you wish to be considered for a need-based scholarship, make sure you have completed the financial aid process by July 2, 2018. To update your FAFSA, please visit https://fafsa.ed.gov/. If you have any questions about the FAFSA process, you can reach out to the UGA Office of Student Financial Aid at (706) 542-6147. Link to Scholarship Application: (Note: For best results do not use Internet Explorer.) https://ugeorgia.fluidreview.com/

    Some important dates:

    • April 6, 2018 – Registration closes for scholarship application submissions
    • April 16, 2018 – Committee Review Round Open
    • End of May, 2018 – Scholarship Award Notifications sent to students
  • Student Handbook
  • Schedule Booklets

    Download booklets in PDF format:

    If you have any questions about your schedule booklet, please contact Renee Dobbs, Office of Student Affairs, at rdobbs@rx.uga.edu or 706-542-0804.