The goal of the Student Affairs Office is to provide support programs, services, and activities for our students, especially those that assist student needs and the mission of the College. We are here to help you focus on your education to further your future career.
The Appalachian College of Pharmacy Student Handbook and Course Catalog is listed below.
Archived copies of Appalachian College of Pharmacy (ACP) student handbooks and course catalogs are stored in the ACP library. To obtain a copy of an archived student handbook and course catalog can be obtained by emailing Melissa Speed at email@example.com or Jason McGlothlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ACP Faculty Advisor Program provides students the opportunity to develop a professional relationship with a faculty member who may serve as a role model for the student. By pairing faculty members with students over the course of their academic career the students are given a resource and sounding board where he or she can share his or her goals, academic needs and discuss other issues. This program also provides students exposure to professional interactions with peers, other faculty members and administration. The goal of the program is to provide students with an advocate on the faculty as well as a source of academic and personal support.
The Student Mentor Program is a peer mentoring program at ACP. This program is designed to provide incoming first year students a second or third year student mentor to serve as a resource for them during their first year in pharmacy school. The program hopes to empower students to help themselves and each other. The goal of the program is to assist first year students in acclimating effectively to the academic environment and college community. Student advisors are supervised by the Assistant Dean of Student and Alumni Affairs.
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All 50 states and the U.S. Territories accept the PharmD degree toward licensure as a pharmacist.
Completion of intern hours is a requirement for licensure as a pharmacist in all states and U.S. Territories. The intern hours fulfilled as part of the PharmD degree are accepted toward licensure in the majority of states. Some states and U.S. Territories (e.g., Alaska, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, and the District of Columbia) require additional intern/practical experience hours which must be earned independent of the academic program.
Two states, Pennsylvania and Florida, require completion of an additional training course prior to licensure. Florida requires a course of not less than two hours on medication errors and Pennsylvania requires a three hour course on child abuse recognition and reporting requirements.