Wilkes University School of Pharmacy requires NO application fee.
At present the curriculum is designed only for full-time students.
Students wishing to transfer from another school of pharmacy must present an official transcript showing that the Wilkes University School of Pharmacy pre-requisites have been completed. As class size is limited, transfer is also dependent upon space being available.
No, candidates who do not work in a pharmacy must independently research the pharmacy profession.
Pharmacy students should be particularly aware of the following situations and contact the Financial Aid Office for more specific information.
- A pharmacy student who has not already completed a baccalaureate degree is considered an undergraduate student for the first two years (P-1 and P-2) of the professional program, and a graduate student for the professional program.
- Entering freshmen are eligible to receive full financial aid package during their pre-pharmacy years and through the second year of the professional program.
- Students transferring into the professional program with a previous academic degree (seeking a second degree) are only eligible for the federally funded Stafford Loan or the PLUS Loan.
- The third and fourth year of the professional program (fifth or sixth cumulative year) is considered professional/graduate level for financial aid purposes. These students are only eligible for subsidized and unsubsidized Stafford Loans. Those students will not qualify for any federal, state or institutional grants or scholarships. However, these students may qualify for scholarships granted by individuals or corporations for students enrolled in the School of Pharmacy.