College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pathways to Apply to Pharm.D.

Contingent Admission (0+6)

UToledo offers direct admission to the Pharm.D. program to highly qualified high school seniors. Admitted students complete two years of undergraduate study before transitioning to the professional division for the remaining four years of the program.

Deadline

Fall semester of senior year in high school (date varies)

Other Requirements

  • High school GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • Essay
  • Phone interview (conducted after application and essay review)
  • International students: TOEFL iBT minimum score of 80; four minimum sub-category scores of 18

Additional Information

Must maintain high level of academic achievement in pre-pharmacy coursework at UToledo


Early Admission (1+5)

Highly qualified direct-from-high school students who have completed their first year at UToledo and who did not receive contingent admission.

Deadline

Summer semester after first year at UToledo

Other Requirements

  • Science and cumulative GPAs of 3.75 or higher
  • Specific required science courses must have been taken at UToledo or credit earned in high school; courses are in alignment with the CPPS-approved curriculum and vary depending on application year
  • Comprehensive communication review
  • International students: TOEFL iBT minimum score of 80; four minimum sub-category scores of 18

Additional information

Must maintain high level of academic achievement in pre-pharmacy coursework for sophomore year (second year) of school at UToledo


Traditional (2+4)

Any college student who meets the college's admission requirements may apply for admission to the professional division of the program.

Deadline

Dates vary

Other requirements

  • Comprehensive communication review
  • Specific required science courses are in alignment with the CPPS-approved curriculum and vary depending on application year
  • International Students: TOEFL iBT minimum score of 80; Preferred four sub-category scores of 18
Last Updated: 4/22/21