PharmD Student Success and Outcomes

Year Entering Program: 2006 (Class of 2010) 2007 (Class of 2011) 2008 (Class of 2010) 2009 (Class of 2013) 2010 (Class of 2014)

On Time Graduation Rate a

124 (94%)

121 (92%)

124 (94%)

121 (97%)

126 (94%)

NAPLEX Passing Rate b






a On-Time Graduation Rate (Four-Year PharmD + Five-Year MSPAS Dual Degree Graduates)
b At end of four-year cycle: reflects aggregate first-time passing rate.

Class of 2014 Student Achievement Measures

  • 130 members of the UK College of Pharmacy Class of 2014
  • 29% of class were placed in Pharmacy Residency programs (total of 38 students)
  • More than 50% of the Class of 2014 gained a competitive edge by taking advantage of one or more of the following opportunities: dual degree programs, graduate certificates, postgraduate training, and residency placement.
  • One member of the class received the 2013 American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) Student Leadership Award.
  • A UK College of Pharmacy team, comprised of members of the Class of 2013, placed in the top three in the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) Pruitt-Schutte Student Business Plan Competition.
  • Five members of the Class of 2014 qualified for the national quarterfinals of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Clinical Pharmacy Challenge. One hundred teams started the competition, with the UKCOP team finishing in the top eight.
  • One member of the Class of 2014 was one of 20 pharmacy students across the nation to be accepted into the Johns Hopkins Hospital Pharmacy Internship Program.
  • A member of the Class of 2014 was one of seven pharmacy students in the nation to be named a Mayo School of Health Sciences Summer Pharmacy Intern.
  • A member of the Class of 2014 was named a Rite Aid Corporate Pharmacy Summer Intern, one of only ten students in the country to receive this opportunity.
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