Preceptor Resources | School of Pharmacy

The overarching goal of experiential education is to help students become active participants in the pharmaceutical care process. We look for preceptors that can help us achieve this goal.

Students, under the supervision of a preceptor, learn how to integrate their knowledge of pharmaceutics, pharmacology, pathophysiology, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacotherapy when developing individual patient care plans.

If you are interested in becoming a preceptor with our program, please contact one of the experiential program contacts.

Academic Year '20-21 Preceptor Manual


The E*Value Experiential Management System (No Institutional Code is necessary to log-in) Our experiential scheduling and records management system for preceptors, students and faculty


Orientation Videos

Continuing Education Opportunities

CEI Modules include

  • CEI Preceptor Subscription Instructions
  • Collaborative Education Institute (CEI) — Preceptor education and resource network now accessed through E*Value. Log in to your E*Value record and click 'Learning Modules'.
    • Consortium Mission and Experiential Programs Overview
    • The Role of the Preceptor
    • Developing Your Rotation
    • Giving Experiential Students Constructive Feedback

Preceptor Recognition Award Recipients

We're pleased to announce the preceptors honored at our annual awards event! Pacific University School of Pharmacy Preceptor Recognition Awards Recipients (pdf)

Additional Resources

Contact Us

Maddie Fry, PharmD, RPh, BCACP | Assistant Dean for Experiential Education, Assistant Professor
503-352-3627 |

Huy Hoang, PharmD | Coordinator for Experiential Advancement
503-352-7363 |

Melanie Belles, MSEd | Director of Experiential Affairs
503-352-7293 |

Paje Stelling, MAT | Coordinator for Experiential Education

Andrew P. Longhofer, MFA | Director of Student Experience & Professional Development
503-352-2677 |