MU Pharmacy School schedules preview day

Interested in pharmacy as a career? The Marshall University School of Pharmacy has scheduled a Preview Day for 2 p.m. March 28 at the school, located adjacent to the Veterans Affairs Medical Center at 1540 Spring Valley Drive.

The Preview Day is designed for high school, college and non-traditional students considering a career in pharmacy, said Laura Rudolph, director of recruitment and development for the school.

“We are very excited to offer this first-ever Preview Day to students who may be interested in becoming a pharmacist,” Rudolph said in a news release. “As students begin to discover their possible career interests, it’s imperative to explore every avenue.

“We felt that a Preview Day would showcase not only the vast career options in the pharmacy field, but provide area students an opportunity to experience Marshall’s unique active learning curriculum firsthand.”

In addition to a student-led School of Pharmacy tour, the Preview Day will offer other sessions, including an “Ask the Students” student panel, information on career options in pharmacy, details on the school’s program of “Active Learning” instruction and a step-by-step guide to the admissions process.

Students also will have an opportunity to visit the Pharmacy Fair, where they can meet and greet individuals from different departments such as financial aid, experiential learning, student organizations, and pharmaceutical research.

Registration is required and is due by March 14.

Students can register by clicking on the “Spring Preview Day” feature at marshall.edu/pharmacy.

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