A: The PharmCAS application is designed such that you have real-time information regarding the status of your application throughout the application cycle. If you wish to see if your application is complete and whether PharmCAS has forwarded your application to your selected schools, login to your PharmCAS application and check the STATUS menu option. If you have an additional concern, you may contact PharmCAS via email or phone.
A: As per the previous response, you may not receive any email messages from PharmCAS if your application materials are submitted properly. Email messages generated by PharmCAS and pharmacy institutions may be sent simultaneously to multiple applicants.
Some email providers use filters to prevent users from receiving “Spam” (unsolicited, junk email). Email filters may interpret an email from PharmCAS or a pharmacy school as “Spam” and automatically delete a message to you about the status of your PharmCAS application. To avoid missing important PharmCAS emails, turn the “Spam” or “junk” email filters off during the application cycle. If your email provider does not allow you to turn the filter off, you may have access to a “junk mail file” that archives all messages identified as sent to multiple addresses. Periodically check your Spam/junk email file for PharmCAS or pharmacy school related messages. If you do not currently have an email address or are unable to turn off the Spam/junk filters described, please establish a new email account.
Note: You should also monitor the “My Messages” section of the application for important messages regarding your application.
A: To change your e-mail, log onto your PharmCAS application. Go to “My Profile” in the upper left corner of your application checklist. Select “Account Information” and change your information.
A: It is the applicant's responsibility to check the status of their account and make sure that all materials have arrived at PharmCAS for processing. PharmCAS is not responsible for any materials lost in the mail or for delays caused by the Registrar's Office. Express or certified mail does not guarantee expedient processing, nor does sending transcripts express or certified guarantee receipt by PharmCAS.