PharmD

Doctor of Pharmacy

Tuition & Fees - Fall 2013/Spring 2014

Application fee

$50

Tuition (per semester)

$16,200

General fees (per semester)

$290

Other Fees

Parking Permit (per year)

Fall-full year $175 / Spring-new students $95

Illness Insurance (per year)

Fall-full year $500 / Spring-new students TBD

International Student Health Insurance (per year)

Fall-full year $725 / Spring-new students TBD

Other Fees and Expenses

  • Books and clinical tools are estimated at approximately $500 per semester.
  • Graduating students are responsible for the purchase of their cap and gown.

Refund Policy

If students attend any class and subsequently withdraws or is suspended from the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences for any cause, no refund of tuition or any fee is reimbursed.

Meal Plan

Declining balance meal plan --pay in advance at the Business Office to have funds placed on your declining balance account. This account may be used at Marshbanks Dining Hall, Shouse Dining Hall, The Oasis Grill, Chick-fil-A, Quiznos, Papa Johns, Starbucks and The Groc.

Financial Aid

Students enrolled in Campbell University's Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program are eligible for financial aid. The process for applying for financial aid depends upon the student's classification. For instance, some first year students will be classified at the undergraduate level while many will be classified at the professional level. Or, some PharmD students will opt to pursue joint master's degrees in Business (MBA), Clinical Research (MSCR), or Pharmaceutical Science (MSPS).

Classification of PharmD Students
Students who enter the PharmD program will be classified at the graduate/professional level only if they have already completed the equivalent of three years of full-time study. Therefore, students entering the PharmD program with 72 credit hours completed or more will be classified as graduate/professional students. Students classified as graduate/professional are not required to include their parents' information on the FAFSA for federal aid purposes.

Any student entering the PharmD program with less than 72 credit hours completed must be classified as an undergraduate level student according to federal student aid regulations. However, if the student is also accepted into and enrolled at least half time each semester in one of the master's programs at the same time, they can be classified as graduate/professional. Students classified as undergraduate are required to include their parents' information on the FAFSA, and must answer "no" to question 49 on the FAFSA form.