Attend an Open House


PHARMD OPEN HOUSE FOR UNDERGRADS
Saturday, March 30, 2019

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Open House attendees chat with a pharmacy student about the various student organizations.
The UW–Madison School of Pharmacy Open House is an opportunity for undergraduate students from any institution who are interested in learning more about the Doctor of Pharmacy program (PharmD) and considering pharmacy school.

The Open House event is your chance to explore the possibilities of a PharmD degree and life as a student pharmacist at the UW–Madison School of Pharmacy. Find out what pharmacy school is like, plus:

  • Hear from current PharmD students about their School of Pharmacy experience
  • See what you’ll learn in pharmacy school in special hands-on lab sessions
  • Get the scoop on pharmacy school admissions — navigating the process and what to expect

This event is free, but registration by March 20 is required. 

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Who

Open to all students from any college/university. Undergraduate students completing their prerequisite coursework or working toward their bachelor’s degree at any institution are welcome and encouraged to attend.

When

Saturday, March 30
10:00 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Check-in and Breakfast will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the School of Pharmacy Mezzanine Atrium

Where

Rennebohm Hall, UW–Madison School of Pharmacy
777 Highland Ave, Madison, WI 53705

Program Overview

Complimentary breakfast and lunch are provided. Free parking is available.

  • Welcome
  • Talk
  • PharmD Admissions Q&A Session
  • Pharmacotherapy Lab Demonstration
  • Compounding Lab Demonstration
  • PharmD Student Panel

Please dress comfortably.  Dress is casual, and professional dress is NOT required.

Registration

Registration closes on March 20 at 11:59 p.m. Free registration includes breakfast, lunch, and parking.   

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Cancellation Policy

We understand that unexpected events come up — please notify us if you no longer can attend the event. Please call 608-263-4860 or email lindsey.decarlo@wisc.edu if you can’t make it to allow others on the waiting list to participate.