Official, up-to-date transcripts from all colleges you have attended are to be sent directly to PharmCAS as part of the application process.
All foreign transcripts must be evaluated by an accredited service approved by Shenandoah University with preference for World Education Services. Evaluations should be sent directly to PharmCAS for inclusion in your application.
Letters of Recommendation
You will be asked to provide three letters of recommendation. Acceptable references include: professors, pharmacists, healthcare professionals, supervisors with whom you have studied or worked.
Please follow the PharmCAS instructions for submitting the letters.
PCAT Scores: Optional
*In response to the ongoing pandemic, the PCAT will remain OPTIONAL, not required for the Fall 2021 admissions cycle. If you believe the PCAT provides evidence of your academic preparedness for the PharmCAS program, you are encouraged to submit your PCAT scores. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about this temporary change.
An official copy of your PCAT (Pharmacy College Admission Test) scores within the past 3 years can be sent to PharmCAS.
Enter PharmCAS Code #104 to designate Shenandoah University.
PharmCAS requires a personal essay. Directions are included with the application.
Prerequisite Courses in Progress
You may have prerequisite courses pending at the time you apply to pharmacy school. PharmCAS will ask you to submit the schedule in which you plan to complete the required courses.
Please note that if accepted into the program, all outstanding prerequisite courses must have been complete with a grade of “C” or better.