Scholarships and Tuition
The University of Toledo offers a variety of scholarships for direct from high school, transfer and continuing students.
Scholarships for students applying directly from high school
The priority deadline for general admission scholarships is December 1st of the student’s senior year in high school. Students are automatically considered for UT scholarships simply by submitting a completed admissions application to The University of Toledo.
- Pharmacy Excellence Scholarship
Additional scholarships for direct-from-high school students (requires a separate application)
Scholarships for Transfer Students
Scholarships for Continuing Pharmacy Students
Continuing pharmacy students are eligible to apply for scholarships awarded by the College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences after completing the first semester at The University of Toledo. The College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences does not award scholarships to incoming freshmen. Students must submit one application to be considered for all pharmacy scholarships, and the application is announced to the students when available.
- More information on continuing student scholarships
Other Scholarship Opportunities
Other scholarships available to students (direct from high school, continuing, transfer and graduate students). Please review qualifications for each award.
Tuition Schedule for the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
- PharmD, P1-P4 2015-2016 Tuition and Fees (download pdf)
- Preprofessional and BSPS Tuition and Fees
- Graduate Tuition and Fees
Explanation of Fees
Laboratory fees cover the costs associated with running a laboratory course, including the purchase of laboratory supplies and consumables. Examples include cell culture media, buffers and other reagents, pipette tips, culture plates, pharmaceuticals (e.g., antibiotics), and sterile saline solutions, among other items.
The clerkship fee is used to pay for experiential rotations in the P4 year. In addition, the fee funds the infrastructure of the experiential program, allowing UT to provide the largest number of experiences through our own faculty, medical center, clinics, and other outreach programs.
Seminar III Fee
The Seminar III fee provides support for the two annual programs that constitute the capstone experience for the course. The costs that occur in conjunction with those presentations are funded through the fee.