149 out-of-state students received tuition scholarships, including 43 P1s.
$62K 4-year tuition savings for an out-of-state student receiving tuition scholarship
$2.3M awarded in tuition scholarships each year
Scholarships for Incoming Students
The UIC College of Pharmacy offers many scholarship opportunities for new students. These scholarships are applied to tuition. For more information about these scholarship opportunities, please contact the College of Pharmacy, Office of Student Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FALL 2022 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANTS
The scholarship application essay is included in the PharmCAS application (school specific supplemental questions).
Priority Scholarship Application Deadline: January 4, 2022
To be eligible for this priority scholarship consideration, students should complete and submit the PharmCAS application by Jan. 4, 2022 and also should schedule and complete the PharmD interview by Feb. 1, 2022.
Initial Scholarship Notification: February 7-11, 2022
Students who apply for scholarships after the priority scholarship application deadline will be notified after March 1, 2022 and will be notified on an ongoing basis throughout the admission cycle as scholarships become available.
To augment the geographic diversity of the student body, the College of Pharmacy offers tuition scholarships for out-of-state students who are committed to completing the PharmD degree at UIC. The scholarship gives high-achieving and talented out-of-state students the opportunity to pay the same tuition as in-state students.
The Excellence Scholarship is designed to attract and secure the admission of Doctor of Pharmacy students with outstanding academic credentials and professional preparedness.
The College of Pharmacy values the benefits of a diverse student body. Diversity enriches the academic experience by providing an opportunity to explore different world views, philosophies, and cultural approaches to pharmacy practice and the pharmaceutical sciences. To continue to develop and energize our diverse student body, the College of Pharmacy offers a limited number of scholarships based on criteria such as leadership experiences, unique personal abilities or talents, health care-related experiences, racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, geographic and/or intellectual diversity, perspective in overcoming obstacles to academic success or others.
Dean’s Recruitment Scholarship
The Dean’s Recruitment Scholarship is designed to attract and secure the admission of Doctor of Pharmacy students with outstanding academic credentials and professional preparedness.
Jack and Victoria Strandhoy Scholarship – Awarded to One P1 Student for 4 Years
The scholarship shall be awarded to one new incoming P1 student and shall be renewed until they earn their PharmD degree as long as they remain in good academic standing. To be eligible for this scholarship, the recipient may have high financial need, may demonstrate high academic achievement, or maybe a member of an underrepresented group. The recipient shall be part of a group called the “Strandhoy Scholars.”
Jennifer A. Perry and Andrew S. Perry Pharmacy Scholarship
This award is for a newly admitted student with outstanding academic credentials and merit.
DuBow Family Foundation Scholarship
This award is for a newly admitted student. To be considered for this award, the recipient should have a PCAT score in the 90th percentile (or higher) or a pre-pharmacy GPA of no less than 3.5 on a 4.0-point scale. As a recipient of this scholarship, UIC College of Pharmacy will expect you to represent the program in a professional and respectful manner.
Scholarships and Awards for Current Students
For more information about scholarships and awards available to current students every year, please visit the Alumni and Giving Scholarships website.
Scholarships are available for students who demonstrate an interest in serving underserved rural populations and who desire to be a part of the RPHARM Concentration.
Scholarships are available for students who demonstrate an interest in serving underserved urban populations and who desire to be part of the UPHARM Concentration.