Doctor of Pharmacy


  • Center City Campus
  • College of Pharmacy

Degree Earned

  • Doctorate

Program Type

  • On Campus

Admissions Information

We have partnered with PharmCAS, The Pharmacy Centralized Application Service, to collect and manage applications to the PharmD program.

This application is supported by Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.  Students using Internet Explorer or Safari may not have full functionality of the application.

To apply, please follow the instructions outlined below.

Application Process & Deadlines

PharmCAS application for regular, rolling admission

Regular Admission Deadline - June 1

Step 1

Create an account in PharmCAS though the applicant portal found here and follow the directions to complete the application.

The below criteria must be completed for your application to be considered:

Official Transcripts

Submit all official transcripts (including international transcripts) to PharmCAS.

Letters of Recommendation

Submit two recommendation letters to PharmCAS.  

Personal Statement/Essay

Submit your personal statement/essay to PharmCAS.   


Submit official TOEFL scores (if applicable) to PharmCAS.

Please click here for additional information on the TOEFL.

Step 2: Interview

Jefferson will review all complete applications. Following review by the Admissions Committee, an email will be sent informing you of a decision.

Interviews are by invitation only and will be sent by email from the Admissions Committee. A timely response is requested.   

Jefferson communicates with applicants via email, so please provide a valid email address and adjust your email settings to allow mail from