Resources and Links
- Blackboard/WebCT Login
- College Catalog
- Career Series Bulletin
- Drug Information Resources
- Experiential Education
- Honors Program
- Library/Learning Resources
- P1 Orientation
- Research Opportunities for CPPS Students
- Student Affairs
- Student Organizations
- The Mentoring Collaborative
Main and Health Science Campuses
Wolfe Hall, 419.530.2010
Frederic and Mary Wolfe Center, 419.383.1904
About the College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
The staff of the Office of Student Affairs is committed to helping your son or daughter achieve success in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. We also need your help. Advising is a key component of the services we provide. Please encourage your student to meet at least once a semester with his or her advisor. Those faculty and staff members who serve as academic advisors have the best interests of the student in mind. They can provide information on programs of study, career opportunities, and where to seek help with academic, personal or financial matters. Ask your student their advisor's name. If they don't know, please tell them to stop by the Office of Student Affairs to find out!
To be successful, students need to feel connected to their College. There are many student organizations to join and activities in which to participate. We recognize that many students, while carrying a full time course load, must also be employed to finance the cost of their education. Schedules can be filled with time allotted for classes, studying, and jobs. To stay connected, encourage your student to participate in at least one College activity or join one organization. In doing so, they will find friendship and support as they make their way through the exciting but rigorous curriculum that leads them to their goal of becoming a pharmacist or pharmaceutical scientist.
We are here to serve all of our students. From our Annual First Year Fall Fest to our Student Leadership Retreat, we hope the services we provide meet your student's needs. We welcome your input and suggestions as we assist your daughter or son to achieve their dreams.
Christine N. Hinko, Ph.D.
Professor of Pharmacology
Associate Dean for Students Affairs