Supplemental Application Forms

Applications will not be considered until all requested information is on file. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that all information necessary to complete their application, including the applicant profile form, letters of recommendation, official transcripts, etc., is submitted as soon as possible, and not later than February 1, 2017. If you have questions or want to verify that we have received all requested information, please email us at rxadmissions@ku.edu.

Applicant Profile Form

Complete the 2017 Applicant Profile online and print a hard copy for submission to the KU School of Pharmacy. Ensure that you sign and date the Applicant Profile. All questions on the Applicant Profile must be completed in full. 

The University of Kansas School of Pharmacy requires a $90 application fee, to be submitted with your completed Applicant Profile. Payment by check or money order should be made payable to KU School of Pharmacy. Payment by credit card is also an option and the completedcredit card payment information form should be submitted with the applicant profile form. The application fee is non-refundable and is not applied to tuition or any other fees required by the University of Kansas and/or the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy.

Recommendation for Admission Form

Each applicant must submit three Recommendation for Admission forms to the School of Pharmacy via US mail or courier. In addition to the recommendation form, references must submit a comprehensive letter of support. As a courtesy, you may want to provide these individuals with a pre-addressed, postage paid, envelope to return the recommendation to our office at KU School of Pharmacy, Office of the Dean, 2010 Becker Dr., Room 2050, Lawrence, KS 66047. We recommend that your references be current and include a professor and present or former employer with whom you have interacted within the past 24 months. It is highly recommended that you have one recommendation from a pharmacist. If you do not know a pharmacist, you are encouraged to obtain an introduction to a pharmacist and discuss with him or her your aspirations for a career in pharmacy. If you obtain a recommendation from a pharmacist who is a new acquaintance, you may submit that letter as a fourth recommendation.

Official Academic Transcripts

All transfer student applicants must submit official copies of their academic transcripts directly from ALL institutions they have attended to the KU Office of Admissions and Scholarships. We strongly recommend that academic transcripts of transfer student applicants reflect coursework completed through summer 2016 be submitted prior to December 31, 2016. Transcripts for coursework completed in the fall 2016 semester can be submitted following completion of the fall 2016 semester.

Students who are enrolled at the University of Kansas during the fall 2016 semester are not required to submit transcript records as they are already on file at the University of Kansas.

Application Check List Form

Following a preliminary review and evaluation of your application and transcripts by our staff, you may receive an application checklist from the KU School of Pharmacy requesting additional information or clarification. Please respond promptly. If you have questions regarding the request, please contact us at rxadmissions@ku.edu. All correspondence and requests for information or inquiry into the status of your application file should be made by email.

Applicant Interviews

Selected applicants will be invited to the school for an interview. We do not interview all applicants. Applicants selected for an interview will be notified by email. It is the responsibility of each applicant to ensure that the KU School of Pharmacy has his or her current email address. This information is requested on the applicant profile form. It is further a responsibility of each applicant to respond to the email in a timely manner. Interviews will be scheduled from February through April on Saturdays and weekdays.


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