KU Student Chapter of ASCP - American Society of Consultant Pharmacists provides students with knowledge and exposes students to providing care in a senior care setting.

The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) represents pharmacists and students serving the needs of the geriatric population. ASCP is dedicated in educating and advocating for pharmacists and students providing care for the geriatric population in a wide variety of settings such as: nursing facilities, retail pharmacies, hospice, home health, mental health facilities, and much more. KU’s student chapter creates opportunities for students to learn more about career opportunities in the long-term care setting and guidelines for treatment for the geriatric population.

Contact: Vin Ha (KU ASCP President)

Officers & Advisors


Title Name
President Vinh Ha
Vice President  
Membership Coordinator  
Lawrence Liaison  


Bradley Newell
Robert Emerson
Cambrey Nguyen

Events & Meetings

General Body Meetings (noon) - September 18, October 23, December 11

Tabling (Lawrence - noon) - September 16

MTM Workshop - (TBA)

Coronavirus Update

You Can Still Reach Us

Academic Support Services

Academic support services typically accessed via the Dean’s office are still available by appointment via phone/Skype/Zoom. Please contact KU School of Pharmacy Student Services at rxstudentservices@ku.edu.

Prospective Students
(future freshmen or transfers)

KU is offering limited on-campus visits. Learn more at Visiting KU. The School of Pharmacy offers phone appointments for pre-pharmacy guidance. Please contact Admissions Representative Chris Claussen at rxadmissions@ku.edu.

Pre-Pharmacy Students

Pre-pharmacy students seeking guidance may still schedule phone appointments. Please contact Admissions Representative Chris Claussen at rxadmissions@ku.edu.

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4,000 living alumni, 63 percent of them living and working in Kansas
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