The Office of Student Affairs is committed to providing all College of Pharmacy current and prospective students with advising and support services that help to ensure their success in completing their academic programs. Our office hosts a number of College-specific resources in concert with broader UGA offerings.
Services Available Exclusively through the Office of Student Affairs
- Administrating the admissions process for the Doctor of Pharmacy program, including evaluating transcripts, interviewing applicants and orienting incoming students
- Responding to requests for information about the Doctor of Pharmacy program, including meeting with prospective students and their families.
- Overseeing course scheduling, registration, notary services and other resources for the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
- Directing activities designed to further diversity and cultural competence among students, staff, and faculty.
- Recruiting potential students at the middle school, high school and college levels for the undergraduate, PharmD, and graduate programs.
- Supervising activities of professional student organizations, including student travel to state, regional and, national pharmacy meetings.
- Providing tutoring, mentoring, career, and wellness services.
- Providing academic, career, and personal counseling for Doctor of Pharmacy students.
- Producing the College of Pharmacy Student Handbook and Bulletin.
- Planning and conducting a variety of student-related College of Pharmacy events, including Doctor of Pharmacy orientation, White Coat Ceremony, Pinning Ceremony, and Commencement.
- Offering diverse types of PharmD, undergraduate, and graduate scholarships for financial aid.
- Providing information and updates in the Doctor of Pharmacy program to pre-pharmacy advisors at colleges around the state of Georgia.
College of Pharmacy Student Well-Being Resource Sheets
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[See the Office of Student Affairs Contact Sheet for more information.]