Current Students

Policies, Guidelines, Procedures, Program of Study, 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.

Policies/Guidelines/Procedures

Program of Study

Curriculum Map (Program of Study)

Class Handbooks

Fall 2022 Semester - Timetables

Fall 2022 Final Exam Schedule (to be posted at a later date)

Winter 2023 Semester - Timetables (to be posted in the fall)

  • 1st Year - Class of 2027
  • 2nd Year - Class of 2026
  • 3rd Year - Class of 2025 
  • 4th Year - Class of 2024

Required Textbooks for Winter 2023 (to be posted at a later date)

Winter 2023 Final Exam Schedule (to be posted at a later date)

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 & Interns (CAPSI)
2021/2022 CAPSI Senior Representative - Caitlyn Coles

Memorial University Pharmacy Society (MUPS)
2021/2022 MUPS President -Erin Matthews

MUPS/CAPSI Executive for 2021/2022 (updated Nov 2021)

Student Reps, School of Pharmacy Standing Committee's for 2021-2022 (updated Nov 2021)