A: You should print out a copy of the application for your PERSONAL RECORDS. Do not send printed copies of your application to PharmCAS.
A: The PharmCAS directory lists all participating schools. The school's websites can be accessed by clicking on “The Directory” on the application login page.
A: To change your user name, log into your PharmCAS application and go to “My Profile” in the upper left corner of your application home screen. Select “Account Information” to change your user name information and click on “Save” when you are finished. To change your password, select “Change Password,” then enter your old and new passwords and click on “Save” when you are finished.
A: If you forget your password, go to the application sign-in page of the PharmCAS Web site. In the lower left corner, you can enter your e-mail address. Your username and password will be sent to your e-mail address. The e-mail address must match the one listed on your PharmCAS 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 and click on save when you are finished.
A: Once you initially submit your application to PharmCAS, you may only change information in the following sections:
If you make changes to your “Biographic Information” section, PharmCAS will re-send your revised application to your designated pharmacy schools.
You may update your coursework information when PharmCAS initiates the academic update period. For more information, see related questions available on this web page.
A: After you e-submit your application, you may only update your coursework information during the Academic Update Window. Please ensure that you have correctly entered in your coursework BEFORE e-submission of the application.
A: Please contact the pharmacy schools directly for your questions about
A: Yes. You may login to your submitted PharmCAS application to add additional pharmacy school designations. You must pay the incremental fee for each additional school you select before your request will be accepted. You cannot apply to a school after its deadline date has passed.
A: No. You can NOT make any edits to your personal statement after you have e-submitted your completed application to PharmCAS. It is your responsibility to check your personal statement for accuracy, including grammar and content, BEFORE you e-submit. You must contact your designated pharmacy schools directly if you want to mail a revised personal statement to the institutions. Pharmacy schools may not accept or consider revised statements sent directly from applicants.
A: To print the transcript request forms, you must first enter all information into the Colleges Attended section of your application.