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Entry-Level Pharm.D. Application

Step 1: Complete the Information Form

Step 2: Apply to PharmCAS

Step 3: Apply to the University of Florida

Step 4: Apply to the UF College of Pharmacy

Information Form

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Apply to PharmCAS

Submit these required materials directly to PharmCAS:

  • Official Transcripts
  • PCAT Scores
  • Two Letters of Recommendation

PharmCAS is a centralized application service that students must use to apply to the UF College of Pharmacy and many other pharmacy schools nationwide. There is a required base fee of $150. Any additional school is $55.

Apply to the University of Florida

Submit an online application to the University of Florida

  • Select “Apply” under the Professional section of the UF application page and select Entry-Level Pharm.D. program

This is required for ALL applicants, even current UF students. There is a required $30 application fee.

Apply to the UF College of Pharmacy

Submit a completed supplemental application form to the UF College of Pharmacy.

  • Be sure to enter your correct 11-digit PharmCAS ID (begins with 2017) and 8-digit UFID
  • Be sure to rank your preferred campuses of study (Gainesville, Jacksonville and Orlando)

This is required as the supplemental portion of the application for the University of Florida Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program. The Doctor of Pharmacy program admits students for enrollment in the fall semester among three different campus locations: Gainesville, Jacksonville and Orlando. Students do not apply for admission to a particular campus. The campus ranking form allows applicants to request their campus choice by ranking all three campuses in order of preference. The Admissions Committee determines campus placement by considering preferences, reasons, and resources. Although the Admissions Committee attempts to place students at their preferred campus, there is no guarantee that admitted students will be placed at their first campus choice.

Applicants who currently attend or have been enrolled in another professional pharmacy program applying to transfer do not apply as a regular applicant. You are considered a transfer applicant. For further instructions, please view the Transfer Application Procedure.

The College of Pharmacy is no longer accepting applications for the class of 2021.