Welcome CHSU College of Pharmacy Continuing Students!
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This webpage is for continuing students at CHSU College of Pharmacy and contains important information to help you succeed in earning your Doctor of Pharmacy degree.

Please review the information carefully to ensure you meet all deadlines and avoid unnecessary registration holds.

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Critical Dates & Deadlines to Remember
Fall Semester 2018
June 1-30, 2018Student Health Insurance Open Enrollment Period
July 20, 2018 (if not using Financial Aid)Tuition Due
August 13 – 17, 2018P1 Orientation
August 16-17, 2018P2 Orientation
August 16-17, 2018P3 Orientation
August 20, 2018Fall Classes Begin
August 20 – 24, 2018Add/Drop/Late Registration Period
August 24, 2018Last Date to Drop Without Penalty
September 3, 2018Labor Day Holiday – No Classes
September 29, 2018White Coat Ceremony
November 19-23, 2018Thanksgiving Break – No Classes
December 7, 2018Last Day of Class
December 10 – 14, 2018Final Examinations
December 24, 2018 – January 1, 2019Winter Break – University Closed
Spring Semester 2019
January 7, 2019Spring Classes Begin
January 7 – 11, 2019Add/Drop/Late Registration Period
January 11, 2019Last Date to Drop Without Penalty
January 14, 2019Martin Luther King Holiday – No Classes
February 18, 2019President’s Day Holiday – No Classes
March 18 – 22, 2019Spring Break – No Classes
April 3, 2019 (Subject to Change)Community Engagement Day
April 26, 2019Last Day of Class
April 29- May 3, 2019Final Examinations
May 18, 2019Commencement
IPPE I (COP 2022)
June 3 – June 28, 2019Block A
IPPE II (COP 2021)
May 6, 2019 – May 24, 2019Block 1
May 27, 2019 – June 14, 2019Block 2
June 17, 2019 – July 5, 2019Block 3
July 8, 2019 – July 26, 2019Block 4
July 29 – August 16, 2019Block 5
CHSU Scholarship

Students must reapply for a scholarship each academic year.

The California Health Sciences University Scholarship Fund has been established to assist you with all or part of your educational expenses. The minimum grade point average for consideration of a scholarship is 2.7 based on a 4.0 system of grade point calculation. All applicants must submit a well written personal statement including such information as background, interests, activities, career goals. You will receive detailed application instructions via email from the Director of Financial Aid. Below is the link to the 2016-2017 CHSU Scholarship application.

Application deadline for the CHSU Scholarship is: May 31, 2018
Student Loans
Students must reapply for Student Loans every academic year.

The CHSU Office of Financial Aid is committed to ensuring that you make informed financial choices. We will assist you in understanding, applying for, and securing financing for your Doctor of Pharmacy education. You will receive detailed application instructions via email from the Director of Financial Aid. Below are links to private student loan options secured by CHSU.

Remember, the Student Loan Application Period is now OPEN through June 30, 2018
2018-19 Tuition and Annual Cost of Attendance

The CHSU Office of Financial Aid is committed to ensuring that you make informed financial choices. We will assist you in understanding, applying for, and securing financing for your Doctor of Pharmacy education. You will receive detailed application instructions via email from the Director of Financial Aid. Below are links to private student loan options secured by CHSU.

Tuition Due: July 20, 2018. Unless other payment arrangements have been made with the Director of Financial Aid.

 

P1, P2, and P3 (based on 9 months)

Tuition1$45,000
Fees (EST)$605
Health Insurance (EST)2$2,680
Books and Supplies (EST)$1,500
Room and Board (EST)3$13,263
Other Living Expenses (EST)4$3,573
Total Estimated Costs$66,585
1 Tuition shown is for 2018-2019 Academic year. The University reserves the right to change tuition, fees, modify services, or change its programs at any time without prior notice being given.
2 Estimated and can be waived with Proof of Insurance.
3 Reflects estimated allowances for housing and food.
4 Reflects estimated allowances for transportation, personal and other miscellaneous expenses.
There may be additional expenses dependent upon individual student needs that are not in the control of CHSU

 

P4 (based on 12 months)
Tuition1$45,000
Fees (EST)$325
Health Insurance (EST)2$2,680
Room and Board (EST)3$17,724
Other Living Expenses (EST)4$4,813
Total Estimated Costs$70,542
1 Tuition shown is for 2018-2019 Academic year. The University reserves the right to change tuition, fees, modify services, or change its programs at any time without prior notice being given.
2 Estimated and can be waived with Proof of Insurance.
3 Reflects estimated allowances for housing and food.
4 Reflects estimated allowances for transportation, personal and other miscellaneous expenses.
There may be additional expenses dependent upon individual student needs that are not in the control of CHSU

The Annual Cost of Attendance represents average costs and may not always meet the student’s full financial responsibilities.
Student Health Insurance

California Health Sciences University College of Pharmacy requires all students to maintain an acceptable health insurance policy. Students must provide proof of insurance coverage each year throughout enrollment in the program.

Open enrollment for current students not already enrolled in a health insurance program is scheduled for June 1, 2017 – June 30, 2017
Registration

The Office of the Registrar utilizes block registration, since all students matriculate through the same courses in the first semester. Therefore, accepted students are automatically registered for Fall 2017 upon submitting/completing the following:

  • ▪ Tuition Payment for Fall 2017

  • ▪ Proof of Health Insurance (University Health Insurance Enrollment or Completed Waiver)

  • ▪ Good academic standing

Registration Holds: If any of the above items are not completed by their respective deadlines, the Office of the Registrar will place a Registration Hold on your student record, which will likely prevent you from attending Orientation and beginning instruction. Please contact the Registrar with any questions or concerns.
Official Transcripts

To request an official transcript, please contact the Office of the Registrar.

A student will not be allowed to order a transcript or receive his or her diploma if a hold has been placed on the student by one of the offices within the college. A hold can be placed on a student for one or more of the following reasons:

Office Placing HoldReasonConsequence
Office of Financial AidFinancial ObligationNot allowed to register. Transcript withheld. Diploma Withheld.
Library and Learning ResourcesFinancial Obligation Unreturned ResourcesNot allowed to register. Transcript withheld. Diploma Withheld.
Office of Academic AffairsAcademic Issues. Poor academic standing.Not allowed to register. Transcript withheld. Diploma Withheld.
Office of Experiential EducationImmunization ComplianceNot allowed to register. Transcript withheld. Diploma Withheld.

Only the office that places the hold has the ability to remove it. The office that places a hold on a student will notify the Registrar when the hold has been removed.

Professional Student Organizations

CHSU College of Pharmacy recognizes the significant contribution that students can make in the institutional decision‐making process. Students in the College serve with faculty and staff on many committees. Various student government organizations serve as the voice of the students and are liaisons between students and the administration/faculty. Students at the College of Pharmacy are encouraged to become involved in professional organizations and extracurricular activities while enrolled.

The following organizations are currently established at CHSU College of Pharmacy:

Student Government Association
California Pharmacists Association (CPhA)
California Society of Health-System Pharmacists (CSHP)
Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA)
Kappa Psi
Phi Delta Chi
American Pharmacists Association (APhA)

Additional professional organizations can be officially recognized on campus after receiving formal approval. The Office of Student Affairs will provide additional information about leadership opportunities and professional organizations at Orientation and upon matriculation.


Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association represents the student body; serves as an official channel of communication between the student body, the faculty, staff, and administration of the college; promotes awareness of student concerns and serves as an established vehicle for dealing with those concerns. The Student Government Association is elected on an annual basis and is comprised of a President, Vice President, President-elect, Treasurer, Secretary, Historian, Parliamentarian, and Class Senators.

Student Governement Association Bylaws

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The California Pharmacy Student Leadership (CAPSLEAD) Conference is held from February 27 – 28, 2016 at the Embassy Suites, South San Francisco. The 2016 CAPSLEAD Conference is hosted by Touro University, College of Pharmacy and includes 11 participating pharmacy schools, including: California Health Sciences University (CHSU); California Northstate University; Keck Graduate Institute; Loma Linda University; Touro University (host); University of California, San Diego; University of California, San Francisco; University of Southern California; Chapman University; University of the Pacific; and Western University.

CAPSLEAD

The seven students representing CHSU include: Amanda Key, Thor Enggaard, Sydney Austin, Deniz Sadeghi, Johnny Yang, Emelia Maglieri, and Evan Yang. The CHSU CAPSLEAD faculty advisors are Drs. Patty Havard and Stanley Snowden. The continued success of CHSU’s participation is achieved through the generous support by Dr. Wendy Duncan, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost.

The CAPSLEAD Conference goals are to provide opportunities for student leaders from all schools of pharmacy in California to:

  • • Reflect on own personal history and leadership styles
  • • Explore similarities and differences of leadership styles of the team
  • • Build team management skills to resolve conflicts
  • • Network with pharmacy faculty and students
  • • Conduct a project on relevant and current pharmacy issues
  • • Present a poster presentation at the CSHP and/or CPhA conference(s).

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