Students in the School of Pharmacy have an opportunity to become members of this organization that is affiliated with the Virginia Pharmacists Association and the American Pharmacists Association. The group meets regularly presenting programs of interest to the student body.
Pharmacy students who are interested in the practice of pharmacy in organized health care settings may become members.
This student subdivision of the National Pharmaceutical Association works to define the future role of minority health professionals in the community.
This student organization focuses on issues of interest to students who plan to pursue careers in community pharmacy. It is affiliated with the National Community Pharmacists Association.
This organization is for students interested in geriatric pharmacy and/or long-term care and consultant pharmacy.
This organization fosters interest among professional and graduate students in pharmacoeconomics and health outcomes assessment.
This student organization focuses on helping student pharmacists to grow spiritually and promote fellowship within the profession.
Chapters of Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Psi, and Phi Delta Chi are active within the student body. These fraternities extend invitations, according to the rules of the Interfraternity Council, to pharmacy students to become members. Eligibility for consideration is based upon academic achievement as determined by the Interfraternity Council and the dean’s office.
Last update: 9/20/2011
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