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 Pre-Pharmacy Club of the University of Washington

University of Washington Pre-Pharmacy Club

Founded by a UWSOP student, Anne Lee, in 1996, the Pre-Pharmacy Club of UW is focused on being the best student resource to students anywhere, who have an interest in pharmacy. Club members also actively participate in serving the local community. The Pre-Pharmacy Club of UW is not affiliated with UWSOP, but serves as a fantastic resource for Pre-Pharmacy students. This includes diverse learning opportunities for members such as field trips to nuclear pharmacies, guest speakers from UWSOP and various pharmacy related careers, local workshops on admissions questions, UW student panels, job shadowing opportunities, nationwide pharmacy school info sessions, and much more!

Contact  prepharm@uw.edu and visit https://sites.uw.edu/prepharm/ for more information on activities or interest joining the club! Please contact uwpharmd@uw.edu for specific questions about the PharmD program.

Disability Services Office (DSO)

The University of Washington is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education, and employment for individuals with disabilities. If you would like to request disability accommodations for attending University events, please contact, the Disability Services Office at least ten days in advance at 206–543–6450 (V), 206–543–6452 (TTY), 206–685–7264 (FAX), or dso@uw.edu.

Disability Resources for Students (DSR)

The University, through the Office of Disability Resources for Students (DSR), is committed to ensuring equal access to the University facilities and academic programs for enrolled students who have a documented permanent or temporary physical, mental or sensory disability. Requests for accommodations or services must be arranged in advance and require documentation of the disability, verifying the need for such accommodation or service. DSR welcomes the opportunity to provide information about the services of the office, how to establish eligibility for these services, and answer other disability-related questions over the phone, by e-mail or mail, or in person. Contact Disability Resources for Students Office at 206–543–8924 (V), 206–543–8925 (TTY), 206-616–8379 (FAX) or via e-mail at uwdss@uw.edu