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College of Pharmacy Performance Metrics

Accreditation

After an accreditation site visit in March 2017, the College of Pharmacy was granted an accreditation term of 4 years, which represents the customary accreditation term for a program following its initial two-year accreditation.

Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science College of Pharmacy's Doctor of Pharmacy program is accredited by:

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education
135 South LaSalle Street, Suite 4100
Chicago, IL 60503
312-664-3575
www.acpe-accredit.org

1st time test-takers NAPLEX Pass Rate

88.9% (Class of 2020)
87.1% (Class of 2019)

On-time graduation***

76.5% (Class of 2020)

2020 AACP Graduating Student Survey Questions:

"I am prepared to enter pharmacy practice"

98.2% Strongly Agree/Agree

“I was provided opportunities to engage in active learning (e.g., laboratories, recitations, student portfolios, problem-based learning, in-class activities)”

100% Strongly Agree/Agree

“I developed the skills needed to prepare me for continuous professional development and self-directed life-long learning”

100% Strongly Agree/Agree

 

"My pharmacy practice experiences allowed me to collaborate with other health care professionals"

98.2% Strongly Agree/Agree

"My pharmacy practice experiences allowed me to have direct interaction with diverse patient populations"

94.6% Strongly Agree/Agree

"If I were starting my pharmacy program over again I would choose the same college/school of pharmacy"

96.4% Strongly Agree/Agree

*** On-time graduation as defined by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy is the percentage of full-time students in a cohort graduating in the normal time it takes to complete the PharmD degree (per Catalog) using an annual date range from September 1st to August 31st in the subsequent year.