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How to Apply

  1. Review the Application Requirements
    • Create an account with the Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS), and review the application instructions. The College of Pharmacy uses a rolling admissions process, and applicants are encouraged to apply early in the cycle for best consideration.
    • PharmCAS application deadline for the class entering fall of 2021 is June 01, 2021..
  2. Submit an Application
    • Please submit your application through PharmCAS.
  3. Submit Official Transcripts
    • Please submit transcripts from all universities and colleges attended to PharmCAS according to the provided instructions.
    • Only official transcripts will be accepted.
    • If you have studied outside the U.S., you will need to have your transcripts evaluated for U.S. equivalency using a service like WES or ECE.
  4. Submit Letters of Recommendation
    • Please provide your letters of recommendation through PharmCAS according to the provided instructions.
    • Either two individual letters of recommendation or one committee letter is required.
      • Two letters of recommendation from individual members of faculty (preferably science), employers, supervisors, or pharmacy professionals are preferred by the admissions committee.
      • Letters from additional health professionals and personal references or recommendations may be submitted in addition to the academic evaluations at the candidate's option.
  5. Submit Standardized Test Scores
    • Due to COVID-19, the College of Pharmacy has temporarily waived the PCAT test requirement. If applicants have taken or will take the test, please still submit scores to PharmCAS using the instructions listed below.
      • Please use the PharmCAS code 104 when requesting scores to be reported to Rosalind Franklin University.
    • Applicants who are non-native speakers of English are required to submit official scores from the online Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
  6. On-Campus Interview
    • We will send an e-mail notification to invite qualified applicants to campus for an interview.
    • Because we use a rolling admissions calendar, those who apply early in the cycle are more likely to be interviewed than those who apply later.
  7. Background Check
    • Admitted applicants must pass the AACP Facilitated Centralized Background Check.
    • Information about the background check process will be sent to applicants after they have accepted an offer of admission to the College of Pharmacy.
  8. Technical Standards

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