Points of pride

Points of Pride part 1 17th in the country - U.S. News & World Report $9.85M in research funding 7 faculty presidents of national organizations (2009 - 18) 96% on-time graduation rate 17th in NIH funding - Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research 43 class of 2017 students now in residencies and fellowships 8-year accreditation by ACPE through 2023 More than $600,000 awarded in student scholarships 6 combined and graduate degrees plus Certificate in Aging Studies
Points of Pride part 1 600 Pharm.D. and graduate students 3 campuses located within nationally ranked medical center 83% of students accepted who applied for residencies 4 residency programs available within the school 95% of students would choose VCU again Founded in 1898, Virginia's oldest pharmacy school School ranks among Top 3 in VCU invention disclosures 8 endowed professorships and chairs 2 national community engagement awards
Learning in Action

Learning in Action

We believe that students learn better in an inclusive environment that exposes them to individuals of differing perspectives, life experiences and cultural backgrounds.

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Krista Spotlight

Teaching in Action

We will graduate outstanding future pharmacists and scientists who will improve human health, foster exemplary research, and provide sustaining contributions to interprofessional patient care.

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Dayanjan (Shanaka) Wijesinghe

Research in Action

We have over 25 faculty in the school who have active research programs in which M.S., Ph.D., and Post-doctoral students may receive mentoring. Pharm.D. students and prospective graduate students will find a broad spectrum of research activities in which to explore.

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Ben van Tassell

Service in Action

We encourage our student pharmacists to get involved in a variety of community engagement events each year. These events include continuous experiences at local health clinics, community health screenings across Virginia, and international relief efforts.

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