The WSU Doctor of Pharmacy program evaluates admissions applications through a holistic review process by giving balanced consideration to academic record, evaluations, personal and professional goal statements, and life experiences.
How to Apply
Apply to the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPPS) through the PharmCAS national application service for pharmacy schools; visit the WSU PharmCAS school page for more information regarding the application.
Within the PharmCAS application students will need to submit a professional goals statement. Read below for our complete application process.
|Fall 2023 Enrollment||Fall 2024 Enrollment|
|Early Admissions||Mid-Jul – Oct 3, 2022||Mid-Jul – Oct 2, 2023|
|Regular Admissions||Oct 4, 2022 – Jan 4, 2023||Oct 3, 2023 – Jan 2, 2024|
|Late Admissions||Jan 5, 2023 – Jun 1, 2023||Jan 3, 2024 – Jun 3, 2024|
Qualified candidates will receive an email invitation to participate in an admissions interview based on when their application is received and selected campus preference. We are currently conducting all interviews virtually.
Late October: Early admission applicants will be notified.
June: All decisions made (offers, waitlisted applicants and denials).
Pharmacy students may apply for financial aid and should submit the FAFSA online. Go the FAFSA website and use 003800 as the school code. Some loans for healthcare professionals require parent information, regardless of the student’s age and dependent status.
If you have any questions about financial aid please contact email@example.com or Student Affairs at 509-358-7978.
Washington state residents are given additional consideration in the admissions process, however approximately 30 percent of the incoming class are out of state students.
If you are a resident of a WICHE state, you may be eligible for a tuition break. For more information, contact WICHE at:
WICHE Student Exchange Program
3035 Center Green Drive
Boulder, CO 80301-2204
firstname.lastname@example.org | https://www.wiche.edu/tuition-savings/psep/
“As the pharmacy manager I oversee all aspects of the pharmacy department including personnel oversight, budget management and safety and quality. I am the responsible pharmacist for our facility.”
– Chris Greer, Pharmacy Manager at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital