In partnership with the University of Toledo, the Pre-Pharmacy program at Ursuline provides students with two years of coursework in preparation for their application to professional pharmacy programs. Students are enrolled under dual admission at both Ursuline College and the University of Toledo; they take their two years in the Pre-Professional Division on campus at Ursuline and then apply to complete the rest of their work in the Professional Division at Toledo.
There are two tracks for admission that prospective pharmacy applicants can take, regular admission and contingent admission:
In order to be admitted as a pre-professional student to the Ursuline College/University of Toledo Pharmacy Partnership Program, applicants must have:
Although it is not required, a 3.0 high school GPA and a 22 ACT (1020 SAT) and completion of high school calculus and chemistry is strongly recommended.
Students applying for regular admission must have their applications turned in no later than June 1.
Students who are admitted via contingent admission are ensured a seat in the Pharm.D. or BSPS program at Toledo, provided they maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and a science GPA of 3.5 while at Ursuline College. In order to qualify for contingent admission, applicants must have:
Additionally, applicants must submit all application materials no later than December 1.
Prospective pharmacy applicants must submit their application no later than June 1 to be considered for admission. However, to be considered for the Choose Ohio First Scholarship, both the application and student's FASFA must be submitted no later than March 1. Please be sure to indicate on your application if you'd like to be considered for this scholarship opportunity.
For more information on the professional pharmacy division, please visit the University of Toledo Pharmacy website.
Functional Anatomy and Pathphysiology II (4)
A continuation of PHCL 2600. Prerequisite: PHCL 2600. Course taught by UT faculty via distance learning at Ursuline.