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Pharm.D. Student Affairs

Professor Teaching ClassThe Office for Student Affairs serves students and faculty in many capacities including coordination of: recruitment activities, application and admission processing, orientation sessions, assistance with career days, open house in Gainesville, commencement ceremonies, and college awards reception. In addition, the staff in the Office for Students Affairs provides academic advisement for pre-pharmacy students, tracks pre-clinical requirements, coordinates the criminal background check requirements, arranges for distribution of college financial aid, notifies students about awards selections, arranges the classroom schedule for each semester, assists in registration of students, facilitates the pharmacy internship application, maintains information on the college website, monitors student academic performance, assists with reporting grades, certifies students for graduation, and clarifies college and university policies and procedures.


PharmCAS opened on July 15th for the fall 2015 admissions cycle. The other two parts to the application, the UF application and Personal Profile/Campus Preference, will not be available until mid-August.

In anticipation of our curriculum reform launching in 2015, the college is taking steps to lower its student-to-faculty ratio over the next four years. To accomplish this we will reduce the size of our student body through a plan beginning in 2015 that will gradually begin a phase out of our UF St. Petersburg campus after the class of 2018 has graduated. See Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below. Email additional questions to We will respond to emails, and we will continue to update FAQs as new questions are posed.

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Contact Information

Office for Student Affairs
G232 HPNP Complex

Physical Address:
1225 Center Drive
Gainesville, FL 32611

P.O. Box 100495
Gainesville, FL 32610-0495
Phone: 352-273-6217
Fax: 352-273-6219

Student Affairs Inquiry Form