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Care for the Community

The mission of the School of Pharmacy at Presbyterian College is to improve the health of South Carolinians and society in general by developing pharmacy students with an unwavering ethical foundation who will positively impact the delivery of quality, equitable pharmacy care; who will dedicate their lives to community service; and who will provide enlightened leadership in addressing the health care needs of a diverse patient population.

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PCSP News

  • BREAKING NEWS: Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy Program is Accredited PCSP Receives Accreditation The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Board of Directors reviewed the Doctor of Pharmacy program of the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy for purposes of advancement from Candidate Status to Accredited Status at its June 18-22, 2014, meeting. This review was based upon due consideration of the Evaluation Team Report from the ...
  • PCSP Awards Presentation Day 2014 The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy recognized achievements in academics, service, and leadership during its fourth annual awards ceremony in Belk Auditorium on April 22, 2014. During the event Dr. Jennifer Clements, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the School of Pharmacy, was named the 2014 School of Pharmacy Teacher of the Year. The Teacher of the Year ...
  • Meet and Greet for the Class of 2018 Current pharmacy students, faculty and staff welcomed the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy Class of 2018 on April 5, 2014 with our Annual Meet & Greet.  The Office of Professional and Student Affairs hosted a barbecue lunch for 350 people on the grounds of the Pharmacy School on a beautiful spring day. Information sessions were held for students ...
  • SSHP Residency Panel 2014 On the evening of Tuesday, April 2, 2014, Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s officially recognized chapter of the Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy (SSHP) held its third annual residency information session.  A residency program is a year or two of postgraduate training that pharmacists complete in order to gain clinical experience, and then participants have ...
  • Now Accepting Applications for Summer Intern Positions New discoveries are made one student at a time! Summer 2014 (May 28-July 23) Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy has created the Pharmacy Research Summer Interns (PRSI) program to enrich the academic experience of pharmacy students and pre-pharmacy undergraduates through research opportunities in pharmacy practice, pharmaceutical administration, pharmaceutics, and biomedical sciences. The PRSI program enables students to ...
  • PCSP Attends ASHP Midyear Meeting Faculty and students at PC School of Pharmacy attended American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Midyear Clinical Meeting in Orlando this past December.  Midyear is the largest gathering of pharmacists in the world. With its focus on improving patient care, the meeting is attended by more than 20,000 pharmacy professionals from 86 countries. For four decades, the ...
  • Sease Named PC Pharmacy School Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs Dr. Julie Sease Named PC Pharmacy School Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs  On November 15, 2013, Provost Don Raber announced that Dr. Julie Sease has been named Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs for the School of Pharmacy.  Since January 2013, she had served as interim assistant dean and will assume the permanent appointment effective January 1, 2014. “Dr. Sease has provided strong direction ...