University of Maryland School of Pharmacy

SOP’s Shaya Named UMB Teacher of the Year

Professor and vice chair for academic affairs in PHSR honored for her dedication to teaching and mentoring the next generation of pharmaceutical health services researchers. Learn More SOP’s Shaya Named UMB Teacher of the Year

Safely Dispose of Unused or Expired Medications

Student pharmacists will partner with University Police for DEA Drug Take-Back Day on Oct. 25 and 28. Learn More Safely Dispose of Unused or Expired Medications

Attend an Open House

Our PharmD, PhD, and MS programs host both virtual and in-person open houses throughout the semester. Learn More Attend an Open House

Explore Potential Practice Sites

Register now for the APPE Rotation Site Fair to discover the wide range of practice sites available for upcoming fourth-year student pharmacists. Learn More Explore Potential Practice Sites

Did You Know?

9th

U.S. News & World Report ranks the School of Pharmacy 9th among more than 130 schools of pharmacy in the country.

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4th

Established in 1841, the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy is the fourth oldest school of pharmacy in the United States.

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$28.1M

The School has received $28.1 million in grants and contracts from government, industry, private, and foundation sources during the 2017 fiscal year.

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840

Approximately 840 PharmD, PhD, and MS students are enrolled at the School of Pharmacy.

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School Events

25Oct
10:00 AM | SMC Campus Center Turn in your unused or expired medications for safe disposal at the SMC Campus Center.
26Oct
6:15 PM | Pharmacy Hall Third-year PharmD students have the opportunity to meet APPE preceptors and learn about the rotation sites available in their final year.
3Nov
7:30 PM Alumni attending the 2017 ASCP Annual Meeting and Exposition in Orlando, join us for a reception among classmates and colleagues.

The curriculum challenges us to become the best pharmacists in the nation. The faculty teach us in a way that most students will never experience.

John Hodgson, Class of 2019