Application processes vary by school and program.
Application methods vary per program. Learn more about applying for the following programs:
School of Business & Leadership900 Virginia Street, East
Charleston, WV 25301
Scott Bellamy , MBA, Ph.D.Dean of the School of Business & Leadership
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The University of Charleston School of Pharmacy (UCSOP) operates in a rolling admission process with interviews spanning from October through March, or until all positions are filled. Applications are accepted from
PharmCAS and through the UCSOP Supplemental Application web link.
UCSOP participates in the PharmCAS Early Decision process. For more information regarding the Early Decision program please visit the following link,
To help you move quickly through the application process please use the following checklist to ensure your application is completed.
Step 1: Complete your
PharmCAS application by March 2, 2015 of your application cycle. If you are participating in the Early Decision program, your application must complete and submitted via PharmCAS by the Early Decision Deadline set by PharmCAS.
Step 2: Submit your completed Supplemental Application and payment online by March 2, 2015.
Step 3: Ensure that all transcripts with documentation of your completed pre-pharmacy course work, Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) scores, and two letters of recommendation have been submitted to PharmCAS for verification. One letter must be from a faculty member.
Once you have successfully moved through the application process, the Office of Professional and Student Affairs will notify qualified applicants of the opportunity to interview for a position available in the incoming class. A qualified applicant must have a 2.75 minimum grade point average (any grade
lower than a C for pre-requisite course work will not be accepted) and a satisfactory PCAT score. PCAT tests must have been taken within 3 years of the date of application. Applicants must successfully complete the application and interview process in order to be considered for admission.
If you have questions about the application process, please contact the Office of Professional and Student Affairs at:
University of Charleston School of Pharmacy
Office of Professional and Student Affairs
2300 MacCorkle Ave, SE
Charleston, West Virginia 25304
Physician Assistant Program2300 MacCorkle Ave SE
Riggleman Hall #130
Charleston, WV 25304
Admissions InquiriesPam Carden, MA
General InquiriesLori Thornton
UC's CASPA GRE Code is: 8830
Two admission pathways have been developed for the University of Charleston PA Program: