Welcome to the CougaRx Nation!

The CougaRx Nation are the alumni and friends of the WSU College of Pharmacy. We are dedicated to expanding ways to stay in touch with the college and mentor the next generation of Cougar Pharmacists.

Pharmacy Homecoming Weekend

Thank you to all who attended our Pharmacy Homecoming Weekend in 2017! We will post information for next year’s event when details become available.

Join the fun

We host events all over the country, check out our events calendar to see when we are in your area!

CougaRx Newsletter

Get updates on the college’s research, academic initiatives, and alumni news with monthly messages written by College of Pharmacy Dean Gary M. Pollack and Vice Dean of External Relations Linda Garrelts MacLean.
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Pharm.D. Mentor Program

We believe that one of the great things about being a Cougar Pharmacist is getting to learn and develop within the network of the WSU community. Click here to learn how you can mentor the next generation of Cougar Pharmacists.

CougaRx Nation Board

Our board meets throughout the year to advise on events and ways to engage alumni!

Chairs: Manpreet Chahal (chair), Merrie Kay Alzola (vice-chair)
Regional coordinators: Dalari Allington, Leon Alzola, Brandon Arthur, Keith Campbell, Mel Coughlin, Wendy Coughlin, Gerry Danquist, Eleanor Doss, Jason Doss, John Oftebro, Chuck Paulsen, Steve Riddle, Patrick Tabon, Mary Wen.

Alumni benefits

As alumni of the WSU College of Pharmacy, you can save on continuing education programing offered through the college.

Pharmacy alumni receive $100 off the course tuition for Diseases, Complications, and Drug Therapy in Obstetrics-Health Care Professionals (2.7 CEUs)

  • Register for this course online
  • Don't have your coupon code? Email us!


image for link to the Cougar Business Network
A database of Cougar owned or managed businesses

Kelly Sylvester, Director of Development and Alumni Relations

Featured giving priority

R. Keith Campbell Naming Fund for the Applied Patient Care Lab
Proceeds from this fund will contribute to name the R. Keith Campbell Applied Patient Care Lab in the Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building on the WSU Health Sciences campus in Spokane. Funds will then provide support for our student pharmacists.

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