Pharmacy Scholar

Pre-Pharmacy

Pharmacy Scholar Early Assurance Guarantee

High School Qualifications and Application Process

  • The candidate must be enrolled as a student in the Pre-Pharmacy Program at Campbell University.
  • The candidate must be a graduate from an accredited high school in the United States and earn a 3.5 GPA or greater in high school coursework.
  • The candidate will apply for the Pharmacy Scholar Early Assurance Guarantee through the Campbell University Pre-Pharmacy Office during the fall semester of the freshman year.
  • Transfer students are ineligible for the guarantee program.

Pharmacy Scholar Early Assurance Guarantee Options

  • Pre-Pharmacy Focused Pathway: (Six Year Pathway)
    • Successful candidates must earn a 3.6 or higher cumulative GPA upon application to the Doctor of Pharmacy program
    • Successful candidates must obtain a percentile score of 60 or better in the Biology and Chemistry portions of the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT).
  • Accelerated Bachelor of Science Pathway: (Seven Year Pathway)
    • Successful candidates must earn a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA upon application to the Doctor of Pharmacy program
    • Successful candidates must obtain a percentile score of 60 or better in the Biology and Chemistry portions of the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT).
    • Successful candidates will plan to earn a Bachelor of Science in General Sciences in a 3 + 1 pathway through completion of the requirements as defined in the Academic Bulletin.
  • Advanced Development Pathway: (Eight-Year Pathway)
    • Successful candidates must earn a 3.4 or higher cumulative GPA upon application to the Doctor of Pharmacy program
    • Successful candidates must obtain a percentile score of 55 or better in the Biology and Chemistry portions of the Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT).
    • Successful candidates will plan to earn a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Research or a Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences through completion of the requirements as defined in the Academic Bulletin.
    • Graduates will complete an internship semester and gain invaluable, real-world experience and professional development while earning their degrees.

Pharmacy Scholar candidates must apply to the Doctor of Pharmacy program utilizing the Early Decision process. The candidate’s Campbell University academic advisor must endorse the candidate’s application to the Doctor of Pharmacy program. Candidates must successfully fulfill all requirements for admission including an acceptable interview.

All acceptances are contingent based upon adequate completion of remaining coursework, matriculation requirements and conduct as defined in the CPHS honor code.