White Coat Ceremony
Friday, Aug. 30
The College's annual White Coat Ceremony welcomes third-year students to the professional portion of the College's six-year Doctor of Pharmacy program with a ceremony in which they are awarded their professional white coats.
Disability Services (ADA)
Disability Services, or the ADA Program, is coordinated by the associate director of academic support. This person serves as the liaison between students, faculty, and administration, advocating fair and reasonable student accommodations. Examples of support include, but are not limited to, extended test times and separate testing environments.
For questions regarding program entry or documents required for acceptance into the program, students should contact:
There are a number of steps that students, faculty and staff may have to take after each student is accepted into the program. Therefore, students should expect to wait at least one week after he/she is enrolled in the program to receive accommodations.
Current students who want to learn more about the program can do so through MySTLCOP.