Why choose Regis University School of Pharmacy?
The Regis University School of Pharmacy environment is lively, contemporary and innovative. The curriculum builds strong foundational knowledge of pharmacotherapy while engaging students and faculty in discussions around application to patient care in pharmacy practice. The small class size allows us to build a community of learners with individual faculty mentoring.
What degree will be offered?
Students will graduate with a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree with dual degree options to earn a M.S. in Health Services Administration or M.S. in Health Care Informatics.
Can the Pharm.D. program be completed on a part-time basis?
No, the Pharm.D. program is for students who are enrolled full-time.
What will the tuition be for Pharm.D. students?
Tuition information can be found under the 'tuition' tab on this page.
Are there any scholarship opportunities?
Yes. Upon acceptance to the school, a committee of faculty will review each accepted applicant and award $250,000 in scholarships to incoming students. The monies will be divided over eight semesters.
Is University housing available for Pharm.D. students?
Pharm.D. students live off-campus in the surrounding Denver neighborhoods or suburbs. Regis University’s off-campus housing service, found at offcampushousing.regis.edu, provides students with off-campus housing listings, a roommate finder, message boards, and other resources. Additionally, select units in the off-campus Vince J. Boryla Apartments located one block south of campus are reserved for incoming Pharm.D. students.
Can I work while in the program?
Working in a pharmacy or other healthcare fields can be a valuable component of your education. Initially however, students are encouraged to limit their outside work due to the academic rigor of the program. Ultimately, the choice of whether or not to work while in school is up to each individual student.
How do students pay for the program?
We appreciate that pharmacy school is a significant financial investment. Students typically pay for tuition and living expenses through various sources including personal resources, scholarships, grants, and student loans. Once admitted to the program, you will have a financial aid counselor available to work with you on securing loans. Go to Office of Financial Aid
for additional information.
How can I get more information?
Our admissions counselors are dedicated to helping you through the admissions process and answering questions you may have. Please feel free to call our office at 303.458.4344, email or request information.
Can I attend Regis University as a Pre-Pharmacy student?
Yes. Our Pre-Pharmacy option includes prerequisite coursework and affords a guaranteed opportunity to participate in interviews for admission to the PharmD program provided students meet minimum admission requirements. There is also a seamless early assurance program for entrance into the Pharm.D. program. Should students meet a set of rigorous criteria, the PCAT and formal application will be waived.