Application Process

The Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy participates in PharmCAS (Pharmacy College Application Service), a centralized application service provided by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy to colleges and schools of pharmacy.

STEP 1:  Complete and submit the online PharmCAS Application. (The application cycle opens in early June every year.)

STEP 2:  Submit PCAT scores directly to PharmCAS (not to ETSU). Use PharmCAS code 104. If you took the PCAT in July 2014 or later, we will conditionally accept your Preliminary Score Report. You will receive information about how to submit this report once we have received your PharmCAS application.

Important:  Your official score must be reported directly to PharmCAS by March 23, 2015. If you are invited for an interview and receive an offer to join the Fall 2015 entering class, your offer will be contingent upon receipt of your official score by the deadline. Remember to enter your CID (your PCAT identification number) on your PharmCAS account set up so that your scores may be matched to your application.

STEP 3:  After we receive your application from PharmCAS, you will receive an email from us. This email will provide you with the link to our brief, online Supplemental Application. The non-refundable application fee is $50.

Important:  The Admissions Committee will not review your file without a completed Supplemental Application.

STEP 4:  Monitor your PharmCAS Application to ensure that your references have submitted their letters to PharmCAS.

DEADLINES for Fall 2015 entering class:

Early Decision Applicants

Regular Applicants

Receipt by PharmCAS of application, fee, and all transcripts

September 2, 2014

March 2, 2015

Receipt by ETSU of supplemental application and fee

 Must be received by ETSU within 30 days of email notification

Deadline for all other materials (i.e., receipt of PCAT scores and letters of reference)

September 22, 2014

March 23, 2015

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