College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Contingent Admission

Contingent Admission Policy Statement

The University of Toledo offers an early admission program called Contingent Admission. Contingent Admission is competitive and is awarded to academically exceptional students during the senior year of high school. Contingent Admission secures a seat in the professional division, without additional application, for students who meet the qualifications. The College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has Contingent Admission to the Professional Division on a competitive basis. To be considered for Contingent Admission, the following must be completed in the year preceding fall admission:
  • Achieve and report a composite ACT of 29 or above (or a combined Verbal/Math SAT total of 1300 or higher), and have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.75  or above on a 4.0 scale in a college preparatory high school curriculum (4 units of English, 3 units of natural science, 3 units of social science, 3 units of math including Algebra I, II, Geometry, or equivalent).
  • Submit a complete admission application to the University of Toledo, including an official high school transcript and official ACT and/or SAT test results
  • The deadline to submit the common application to The University of Toledo has been extended to December 1.

If you meet the eligibility requirements, the UT Office of Undergraduate Admissions will send you a letter with a link to the Contingent Admission application website. The Contingent Admissions application process includes submission of an additional application, an on-line, two-hour timed essay, and a phone interview. Final notification of your Contingent Admissions status will occur within three weeks of the phone interview.
Students who are awarded Contingent Admission are eligible to be considered for Pharmacy Excellence Scholarships

Once admitted into the program, students must achieve a cumulative and science GPA of 3.5 or above as calculated by The University of Toledo by the end of fall semester of year two. Students who successfully complete all required courses by the end of the fall semester of year two and meet the 3.5 GPA requirement will have an automatic seat in their program of choice: BSPS or PharmD. 
Last Updated: 11/26/17