First Name: Last Name:
Date of Birth (MM/DD/YYYY):
City: State: Zip Code:
Phone (day): Phone (evening):
Your Personal Essay should address why you selected pharmacy as a career and how the Doctor of Pharmacy degree relates to your immediate and long term professional goals. Describe how your personal, education, and professional background will help you achieve your goals. Discuss why you wish to pursue the Early Entry Pre-Pharmacy Pathway to achieve your goals and why you are a good candidate for the program.
Paid Pharmacy Experience: List all PAID work experience in pharmacy. Include the name and location of the pharmacy in which you worked, your position, the name of your pharmacist supervisor, the number of hours worked per week, and the dates of employment.
Volunteer Pharmacy Experience: List all UNPAID experience in pharmacy. Unpaid pharmacy experience could include volunteer activities in pharmacies, free medical clinics, hospitals, etc., as well as shadowing or interviewing a pharmacist. Provide the name and location of the pharmacy in which you volunteered or shadowed, your role, the name of your pharmacist supervisor, the number of TOTAL hours volunteered, and the dates of participation.
As part of its licensure process, the South Carolina Board of Pharmacy considers the following information in determining eligibility for licensure. Accordingly, please indicate whether you have had any past, current, of pending charges involving a felony or any of the laws related to controlled substances, intoxicating liquors or the unlawful sales of dangerous drugs? Or are you addicted to the use of alcoholic liquors or narcotic drugs? Yes No
If yes, please explain the specific charge(s) and how this affects your ability to practice pharmacy in South Carolina:
Before you submit your application, you should carefully read the following Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy policies online here.
If admitted to PCSP, you will be expected to comply with the above policies and uphold the professional code of conduct as well as the honor code. Faculty and students of Presbyterian College agree to abide by the following pledge:
I have read the PCSP policies and if accepted and admitted, I agree to comply with the terms of admission as stated above.
Student's personal information will be shared with educational partners of Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (e.g. pharmacy practice sites, clinical affiliates) on a need-to-know basis. This information may include but is not limited to:
I give my consent to Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy to share my personal information with educational partners of PCSP on a need-to-know basis.
I certify that the information presented in this application is complete and accurate.