New scholarships may be established throughout the school year.
A distinctive replica of an antique Revolutionary War Mortar and Pestle is awarded annually to the graduating student who, in the judgment of the faculty, exhibits exceptional interest, aptitude, and achievement in pharmaceutical administration. The recipient is eligible for a competitive $2000 scholarship.
The Program is open to first and second year graduate-level students.
An eligible applicant is a member of one of the following minority groups ó African American, Hispanic American and Native American, a citizen of the United States, a student enrolled or officially accepted for enrollment in a graduate planning program that has been accredited by the PAB (Planning Accreditation Board), and a student who is able to document the need for financial assistance.
An award of $1000 is made to a pharmacy student in recognition of achievement in the pharmacy program.