Q: How do I complete an application for the UNT System College of Pharmacy?
A: Complete an application on PharmCAS www.pharmCAS.org. DO NOT LEAVE ANY BLANKS ON YOUR PHARMCAS APPLICATION. Read all instructions on the PharmCAS website very carefully and fill out everything you are asked to complete. Always use a middle initial in your application. Please use an email address that you will regularly check and identifies you.
If possible, print all instructions to have them readily available. PharmCAS is the repository for all required transcripts, PCAT scores and letters of recommendation. None of these items should be sent directly to the admissions office.
Before you apply go to: Preparing to Apply
PharmCAS has created a video series to help you complete your application. Check it out here: PharmCAS Tips for Applicants Video Series
Q: What is Early Decision Admissions?
A: Early Decision is a binding option that allows applicants to identify a preference for a single pharmacy school. Accepted applicants in early decision are prevented from applying to additional schools during the same admissions cycle. PharmCAS determines application and decision deadlines.
Q: Where do I send my PCAT scores?
A: The PCAT is not required for the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
Q: Where do I send my letters of recommendation?
A: Templates for letters of recommendation are provided by PharmCAS. Transmission instructions are contained in the PharmCAS application instructions.
Q: Who can send letters of recommendation on my behalf?
A: Letters of recommendation must be from a person, who can comment on your academic, volunteer, and/or employment experiences and attributes. Letters of recommendation from friends and family members will not be accepted and may result in an incomplete application. Contact your evaluators early, so that they will submit you LOR in a timely manner and not delay review of your application.
Q: Where do I send my transcripts?
A: Transcript(s) transmission instructions are contained in the PharmCAS application instructions.
Q: I am having technical issues with PharmCAS; what do I do?
A: Contact PharmCAS directly. Contact information is given on the PharmCAS application instructions.
Q: Need some help creating your personal statement?
A: Check out this recorded webinar from ADEA. Creating a Great Personal Statement