Becoming a Preceptor

Preceptors are full-time, part-time, or volunteer faculty or practitioners (usually pharmacists) who serve as practitioner-educators for the Experiential Learning Program (ELP).

Preceptors oversee students in introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences which meet specific curricular outcomes. Exemplary preceptors are role model practitioners and effective teachers, who encourage self-directed learning with constructive feedback to student pharmacists.

We are looking for individuals who enjoy teaching, seek to give back to the profession, desire to share expertise, and may serve as student mentors.

Long-time School of Pharmacy Preceptor Receives National Recognition

Long-time School of Pharmacy Preceptor Receives National Recognition

Dr. Peter Mbi named a master preceptor by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP).

To become a preceptor, please complete the application form.

If you were previously a preceptor for the School of Pharmacy, please contact the ELP office directly at (410) 706-2432.

Application Deadline Dates

Please note the new application deadline dates posted below.

  • October 16 - January 15
    • Processed on January 16
    • Certificates mailed by February 28
  • January 16 - May 15
    • Processed on May 16
    • Certificates mailed by June 30
  • May 16 - August 15
    • Processed on August 16
    • Certificates mailed by August 31
  • August 16 - October 15
    • Processed by October 16
    • Certificates mailed by October 31