College of Pharmacy

As one of the only 0+6 pharmacy programs in the nation, Findlay’s College of Pharmacy prepares you to be a knowledgeable, confident professional. You will gain experience through rural and urban community programs, in our on-campus telehealth center and by exploring a variety of careers during your final year. Our small class sizes and knowledgeable professors make Findlay an experience unlike any other.

"The most critical quality pharmacists possess is passion, which stems from the desire to totally serve patients and assist in their well-being. Compassion flows from your passion."

Dallas Smith ‘17, University of Findlay

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AEP Foundation Donates $500,000 for New UF Scholarships

AEP Foundation Donates $500,000 for New UF Scholarships

The University of Findlay is pleased to announce that a financial gift in the amount of $500,000 has been provided by American Electric Power Foundation for three scholarships that will provide much-needed aid to students pursuing rewarding, service-oriented careers. The...

Seminar Offering Updated Information on CBD and Medical Marijuana Use to be Held in AMU

Seminar Offering Updated Information on CBD and Medical Marijuana Use to be Held in AMU

The latest updates on CBD (cannabinoids) and medical marijuana use will be offered at a University of Findlay-hosted public seminar to be held Monday, Oct. 28 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Alumni Memorial Union. Marc Sweeney, Pharm.D., professor and dean...

Assistant Dean of Pharmacy Recognized for Work in the War Against Addiction

Assistant Dean of Pharmacy Recognized for Work in the War Against Addiction

Task force cites progress in war against addiction Written by Kathryne Rubright, a reporter for The Courier in Findlay, Ohio. Story originally published in The Courier on October 11, 2019. A decade ago, community leaders wouldn’t have met to publicly...

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