On May 13, 2016 at 10am Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy will confer degrees for 71 Doctor of Pharmacy candidates at the 2016 Hooding and Graduation Ceremony in Belk Auditorium.
The ceremony marks the third graduating class of the School of Pharmacy at Presbyterian College. The Class of 2016 represents a diverse group from 13 different states. Over 20% of the graduating class has been accepted into residency programs across the country and over 80% have reported that they will have a job or job offer upon graduating. Many accolades have been bestowed upon members of the class of 2016 during their four years in pharmacy school. This cohort has published and presented over 50 abstracts, posters, and papers which have garnered state and regional awards. Several members of the Class of 2016 have won prestigious awards from national organizations for their service and efforts to enhance the profession of pharmacy. The class of 2016 also took the Presbyterian College motto Dum Servimus Vivimus, “While We Live We Serve”, to heart by providing approximately 10,000 service hours during their four year tenure in pharmacy school. The class of 2016 has made an impact in our community and in the profession and we hope they continue to do so in the years to follow.