PharmCAS

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Advisor Release Statement

Select “Yes” if you give PharmCAS permission to release selected information regarding your pharmacy admission status to the chief health professions advisor and the health professions advisory committee of the post-secondary institution(s) that you have attended. By releasing your information, your advisor is better able to assist you in the pharmacy admissions process, as well as better guide other students in the future. By selecting “Yes” you agree to release your confirmation to selected pharmacy colleges and schools.

Note: You cannot make changes to this item after you submit your application to PharmCAS.

Certification and Verification Statement

To complete and submit the PharmCAS application, you must certify the following statement:

“I certify, as required in the application, that I have read and understand all application instructions, including the provisions which note that I am responsible for monitoring and ensuring the progress of my application progress. I certify that I have read and will abide by all school-specific instructions for my designated pharmacy schools. I certify that all the information and statements I have provided in this application are current, correct, and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that withholding information requested on the PharmCAS application, or giving false information, may be grounds for denial of admission to a pharmacy institution participating in PharmCAS or may be grounds for expulsion from the institution I have been admitted and may prevent me from entering the pharmacy profession. I give permission to PharmCAS to release any information related to my PharmCAS application to my designated pharmacy institutions and other education associations. I acknowledge and agree that my sole remedy in the event of any proved errors or omissions related to the handling or processing of my application by PharmCAS is to obtain a refund of my PharmCAS application fee. I agree that my admission essays and other materials may be subject to submission for textual similarity review to Turnitin for Admissions for the detection of plagiarism duplication as a potential violation of the PharmCAS applicant Code of Conduct. I am aware that all submitted essays and other materials will be included as source documents in the Turnitin for Admissions reference database solely for the purpose of detecting plagiarism of such documents.”

Your certification of this statement serves the same purpose as a legal signature, and is binding.

Note: You cannot make changes to this item after you submit your application to PharmCAS.