- Future of Pharmacy
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- Ground Breaking
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- A Closer Look
- The Future is Now!
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- Blackboard/WebCT Login
- Bully Incident Report
- College Catalog
- Drug Information Resources
- Experiential Education
- Honors Program
- Information Technology (IT)
- Library/Learning Resources
- Research Opportunities for CPPS Students
- Student Affairs
- Student Organizations
- Success Coach Program
Main and Health Science Campuses
Wolfe Hall room 1227, Phone: 419.530.2010
Frederic and Mary Wolfe Center room 155, Phone: 419.383.1904
A Capital Campaign for Quality
The Future of Pharmacy Campaign provides valuable resources to The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, its students, staff and faculty. The goal of the campaign is to raise $8 million which will fund scholarships, research laboratories, equipment and various public features of the new building. For more information about participating in The Future of Pharmacy Campaign, contact Jeff Barton, director of development, at 419.530.5413 or email@example.com, or make a gift on the UT Foundation's secure website.
Case for Support: The Future of Pharmacy
The merger of the University of Toledo with the Medical University of Ohio and the resulting creation of the UT Health Science Campus have provided a unique opportunity for the College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences to become physically integrated into a world-class academic health care environment. As the college builds upon the growth and momentum made possible by Wolfe Hall, it also embarks on the next transformational campaign that will raise the reputation, value and quality of a UT pharmacy education to even greater heights by utilizing new and state-of-the-art facilities on the Health Science Campus.
The $8 million college campaign not only outfitted the building with state-of-the art equipment, but also established an endowment that provides operating revenue for the program in perpetuity. Capital in the form of equipment for teaching and research enhances learning and discovery for faculty and students. These discoveries are quickly applied in the classroom, thus enriching the learning experience and distinguishing what it means to be a UT pharmacy student. Through naming opportunities, scholarship contributions, technology and lab support, the college has focused on the current and future quality of the UT pharmacy experience.
New Lab Equipment and Technology Fund Goal: $3 million
Real-world experiences require real-world equipment and technology. Expanding our college to the Health Science campus requires significant additions to our teaching infrastructure. Nearly every teaching lab, research center and class room requires capital items not covered by the construction financing.
Endowed Lab Equipment and Technology Fund Goal: $2 million
We build for a quality future by investing today. In addition to our current lab and classroom equipment needs, our priority is to anticipate and meet our needs for the future. An endowment targeted at future program equipment and lab needs provides an additional $100,000 in annual equipment support.
Endowed Merit Scholarship Fund Goal: $1 million
Students from diverse backgrounds compete for placement in our rigorous programs. Enhancement of our endowed scholarship funds provides an additional $100,000 in annual scholarship support, which allows the college to compete for the best, brightest and most promising future pharmacists and scientists.
Endowed Chairs and Professorships Goal: $2 million
Top-notch facilities and students also require top-notch faculty. Endowed chairs and professorships allow UT to recruit outstanding researchers, leaders and educators. Endowing faculty positions is the ultimate commitment to our program, faculty and students.
At the completion of this campaign, our students, faculty and staff will enjoy the latest in educational resources and tools. As we plan for the future, we ask that our supporters help us invest in that future by supporting these critical initiatives.