School of Pharmacy

School

The Pacific University School of Pharmacy offers a three-year doctor of pharmacy program that leads to a PharmD and is fully accredited by ACPE. The program is full time and on site. Our goal is to provide a sustainable, learner-centered environment for our students that promotes excellence in professional pharmacy education, scholarship and service.

Mission

We foster a learner-centered community that prepares leaders, scholars, and providers to elevate the pharmacy profession and interprofessional patient-focused care.

Vision

Develop caring, influential, innovative pharmacists who lead the advancement of public wellness, interprofessional collaboration, and research.

Values

  • Innovation & Leadership
  • Collaboration & Collegiality
  • Integrity & Compassion
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Excellence & Advancement

Diversity

The school is committed to creating an educational environment which is free from intolerance directed toward individuals or groups and strives to create and maintain an environment that fosters respect for others. As a health science educational institution, the school has a mandate to address problems of a society deeply ingrained with bias and prejudice. Toward that end, and through the Office of Student Affairs, the school provides opportunities for educational programs and activities to create an environment in which the diversity and understanding of other cultures is valued. The school does not discriminate on the basis of sex, physical or mental disability, race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, age, religious preference, or disabled veteran or Vietnam era status.

More Information

School of Pharmacy Quality Indicators (pdf)
School of Pharmacy - Ability-Based Outcomes (pdf)
Strategic Goals and Outcomes (pdf)

Headlines

The School of Pharmacy was able to generate a one-year Research Fellowship in Pharmaceutical Sciences. This position has been posted to the University's job board, and we will begin the search immediately.
The annual American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy conference in Boston was a successful event for all of us at Pacific University School of Pharmacy. Fifteen faculty and staff attended the conference, and for the first time in our School's history, five students attended.
Congratulations to School of Pharmacy faculty members Dr. Brigg Turner and Dr. Fawzy Elbarbry for their new publication "Prospective evaluation of vancomycin pharmacokinetics in a heterogeneous critically ill population" in Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease.