How to Apply to the

Doctor of Pharmacy Program

  1. Complete a PharmCAS application

    The following items must be submitted to PharmCAS:
    • Pharmacy College Admissions Test – PCAT scores should be sent directly to PharmCAS using Code 104
    • Two letters of recommendation are required:
      one professional and one academic
    • Transcripts
  2. Create a CollegeNET account
     
  3. Complete a WSU Supplemental Application using your new CollegeNET account, user ID and password

    Your professional goals statement must be submitted through CollegeNET with your WSU supplemental application.

 

Application deadlines: 2014-2015

Summer*: PharmCAS filing period opens and WSU supplemental application period open.

September 2: Early decision program: PharmCAS and WSU supplemental applications due.

January 5: PharmCAS filing period closes and WSU supplemental application due.

February 2:
Save a Seat applications due.
 
Get more deadline info on the PharmCAS deadlines web page
 

Interview dates: 2014–2015

October 10: Early decision interviews take place.

December 5, January 10, February 7: Regular admission interviews.

March 6: Yakima location interviews.

Spring: Save a Seat interviews.
 

Decisions: 2014–2015

October: Early decision applicants will be notified by mid-October.

Mid-March: All decisions made by mid-March.

 

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