​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Pharmacy Summer Camp 2020

University of Findlay

​June 21-25, 2020


​The 13th annual Pharmacy Summer Camp will be taking place in June of 2020. The camp is open to high school students who will ​become a junior or senior. Camp tuition includes housing, meals, camp instruction materials, laboratory exercise supplies, and field trip transportation and expenses. 

Please note that you will need to upload a copy of your insurance/medical card and high school transcripts in order to complete the online registration form.

If you are traveling in from out-of-state, transportation from the Detroit Metro Airport will be provided for an additional fee. Please contact us at [email protected] for more information. 


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​Looking for a great Christmas gift? Register for summer camp between now and January 6 for $395, a $100 discount. Registration after January 6 will cost $495. 



Camp Details

The camp will be held on the campus of the University of Findlay. Students will be housed in on-campus residence halls and all meals and snacks will be provided through The University of Findlay dining services. The camp has availability for 60 students on a first come first serve basis. The last day to receive a refund is May 1.

The College of Pharmacy faculty is looking forward to meeting you! It is our hope that you will leave the camp with a better understanding of the pharmacy profession and of our pharmacy program. Your four-day experience on campus will be a unique and fun-filled event, and we cannot wait to share it with you!

We welcome all parents to attend the closing session of Pharmacy Summer Camp. Optional campus tours will be available for interested parents and students on those dates.


Packing List 

What should I bring with me?


Camp Activites 

Findlay faculty lead hands-on sessions in:
  • Opioid/Toxicology presentation
  • Medicinal chemistry
  • Pharmacology 
  • PharmaCalc/Pharmacokinetics
  • Hospital Pharmacy
  • Antibiotic awareness
  • Immunizations
  • Future of drugs and genes
  • Therapeutics/Compounding


We will also spend a morning making trips to local retail pharmacies to see what it is like being a pharmacist in the field. 


If you have any questions please contact the Pharmacy office at [email protected].

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