Current Students

Policies & Procedures, Resources, and Student Societies

Being a pharmacy student comes with great responsibility and dedication. Admission to the School of Pharmacy is competitive for a reason - we want to prepare you for an education and career that will be challenging yet incredibly rewarding. During your time here, you will develop a work ethic that will stay with you for the rest of your careers. 


Memorial University Code of Conduct

School of Pharmacy Code of Professional Conduct

Pledge of Professionalism

Professional Attire Guidelines

Student Guidelines & Best Practices When Communicating On-line

Application for Deferred Final Exam

Application for Supplementary Exam

Procedures for Conduct of Exams 


B.Sc. Program of Study

2016/2017 Student Handbook - Class of 2020

2015/2016 Student Handbook - Class of 2019

2014/2015 Student Handbook - Class of 2018

SPE Policy Handbook

Fall 2018 Timetables (Coming soon)

  • Year 3 - Class of 2020
  • Year 4 - Class of 2019

Winter 2018 Timetables

Winter 2018 Final Exam Schedule - click here

Health Resources

Student Societies

In order to have a truly enriching and rewarding career, hard work and passion for your profession must be constant. You are encouraged to make the most of your time here and become involved in student societies - these will sharpen your leadership skills and abilities to work in a team and are invaluable attributes in the workforce.  

Canadian Association of Pharmacy Students and Interns (CAPSI)
2017/2018 CAPSI Senior Rep - Rachel Ward 

Memorial University Pharmacy Society (MUPS)
2017/2018 MUPS President - Sarah Winsor

MUPS/CAPSI Executive 2017/2018


School of Pharmacy

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000