Strategic Plan Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy Clinton SC

PC School of Pharmacy Strategic Plan

This page represents the current strategic plan for the School of Pharmacy.  Archived strategic plans may be found here.

The mission for PC School of Pharmacy:

Our mission is to provide a quality education that enables the delivery of optimal team-based patient care, fosters leadership, and creates a culture of service.

The vision for PC School of Pharmacy:

Our vision is to be a national leader in pharmacy education, scholarship, and service. Our faculty and graduates will be recognized as servant leaders in their communities.


  • Family: Through teamwork and collaboration, we encourage one another to be the best versions of ourselves.
  • Respect: We acknowledge that differences will exist, but we will always treat one another in a respectful manner.
  • Commitment to Service: We are committed to the successes of one another, our students, and the profession. At our core is the commitment to the welfare of humanity and the willingness to serve our community.

Pillars for Success

Our strategic plan addresses three overarching pillars that are defined by Presbyterian College. We address each of these pillars through the lens of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Prepare students to be successful and innovative in their professional practice through a dynamic, interactive, and inclusive professional and interprofessional learning environment

Initiatives include:

  • Expand mentoring, networking, and collaborative learning experiences to prepare graduates for interdisciplinary and innovative service.
  • Enhance academic support to ensure student success from pre-matriculation through graduation.
  • Offer areas of concentration and dual-degree programs to allow students to develop deeper knowledge and skills while maximizing professional growth.
  • Provide certificate training programs to increase professional development of students, alumni, and external pharmacy professionals.
  • Develop interprofessional entrepreneurial competition focused on addressing healthcare disparities, healthcare access, etc.

Cultivate an environment of collaboration and respect through intentional and dedicated service that incorporates the well-being of employees, students, and stakeholders into all operational decisions.

Initiatives include:

  • Expand efforts to recognize accomplishments.
  • Strengthen bidirectional communication to enhance community.
  • Identify opportunities to optimize efficiency while maintaining program requirements.
  • Facilitate career development through intentional programming.

Attract and nurture a diverse community of individuals who shape the future of health care delivery and are guided by the values that align with the Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy.

Initiatives include:

  • Foster engagement and connection across our community that leverages relationships to promote harmonious growth.
  • Enhance recruitment initiatives that expand affiliation agreements and early assurance programs with academic institutions, regardless of faith or denomination.
  • Mentor students to be adaptable and equipped to deliver high-quality, patient-centered care in all settings with emphasis on rural and underserved areas.
  • Bolster giving through partnerships with all stakeholders.