The Harrison College of Pharmacy awards scholarships that are funded through endowments and gifts. There are no full scholarships to the Doctor of Pharmacy program. The limited funds are distributed among as many students as possible. Scholarships are awarded based upon: Academic Merit, Leadership Merit, and Financial Need.
Students must apply through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) each year to receive consideration for university-wide and Harrison College of Pharmacy scholarships. AUSOM’s online features and benefits allow students to search, review requirements, apply and accept awards for available scholarship opportunities, all within one easy-to-use site.
Students who have not yet been admitted to HCOP should not concern themselves with this process. HCOP personnel are not able to give an indication of what financial assistance a student or potential student might expect to receive, as every case is different and as the amount of funds available changes each year.
For additional information or questions regarding pharmacy scholarships, contact Charlotte Cheatham, Coordinator of Student Services, at email@example.com.
Auburn University and the Harrison College of Pharmacy are grateful to the donors for their generosity.
For information on giving to a scholarship or creating a scholarship or endowment, please contact the Harrison College of Pharmacy Office of Development & Alumni Affairs.
Through AUSOM, you can view available scholarships you may be eligible to receive, complete scholarship applications, accept your awards, and more. Students are only required to complete the AUSOM application once each academic year.
Below is information about monetary awards that private organizations have made in the past. This information is taken directly from the most recently received announcements from the respective organizations. This does not mean that the organizations have made no changes to their awards programs or that the organizations are continuing to make the awards. As new information is received from HCOP, it will be posted here. Unless otherwise noted, for more details or for an application for any of these scholarships, please contact the organization that offers it.
Each semester, the NCPA Foundation provides student loans to pharmacy students who require financial assistance. The amount loaned to pharmacy students per semester is to $2,500 to a maximum of $5,000 per calendar year. Payments and interest on the loans are deferred until after the student graduates.
Student members of NCPA in the last two and one half years of their first professional pharmacy degree program and who are planning a career in independent community pharmacy practice. Students must be U.S. citizens.
Information regarding loan terms, application procedures along with required documentation are explained in full detail on the loan application, found at www.ncpanet.org.
For detailed information and application materials, visit www.nacdsfoundation.org and click on Scholarships (under the Support tab) then Pharmacy Student Scholarship Program.
The NCPA Foundation offers a variety of scholarships, including Presidential Scholarships, Partners in Pharmacy, Cobb Memorial, Pruitt Memorial and Simmons Memorial. For more information, visit their website at www.ncpafoundation.org.
The APhA Foundation Student Scholarship Program recognizes students who choose to invest their time in their college’s APhA - ASP chapter to help shape the future of the profession while managing the demands of a full-time pharmacy curriculum. Applicants will be evaluated on their potential to become leaders for the profession of pharmacy, as demonstrated by involvement in college and community activities and academic performance. For more information, visit their website at www.aphafoundation.org.
AFPE offers scholarships at the undergraduate, professional and graduate level. For more information, check out their website at www.afpenet.org.
AACP has posted application materials for its scholarships on its website. Along with tradition scholarships, there are opportunities for graduate students, foreign students and non-traditional students. For more information, access, www.aacp.org.