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P4 LENDELLE RAYMOND: I guess when people think of pharmacy, they always think of their retail pharmacist at your local community. So they always think we're just there to fill their prescription. Just count the pill, put them in, give them a 30-day supply. But of course, we are more than that.

P4 JUSTICE KWANZA: I did not know about how many different fields the career of pharmacy had until I came to Touro College of Pharmacy.

P4 LENDELLE RAYMOND: You could specialize in infectious disease.

P4 JUSTICE KWANZA: You could specialize in ambulatory care. Then we have the retail track, you know, Walgreens, Duane Reade.

P2 AVIVA RAKHAMIMOVA: You can become anything from a nuclear pharmacist to a veterinary pharmacist.

P4 LENDELLE RAYMOND: You could even work in advertising.

P4 JUSTICE KWANZA: In hospitals, you could be a staff pharmacist.

P4 MIR MAHMOOD: But right now, I see myself more in the pharmaceutical industry role.

P4 VIVIANA ARCE: Touro is preparing me--

P4 LENDELLE RAYMOND: Touro prepared me--

P4 MIR MAHMOOD: Touro prepared me--

P4 JUSTICE KWANZA: Touro has prepared me to be an essential part of any health care team.

P4 LENDELLE RAYMOND: We get a more intimate classroom setting where the professors actually know your name.

P4 MIR MAHMOOD: Almost every professor I knew had an open door policy.

P4 VIVIANA ARCE: Professors here are experts in their field. You get infectious disease pharmacists teaching you infectious disease. You get cardiology specialists teaching you cardiology pharmacy.

P4 LENDELLE RAYMOND: They were there for you throughout the whole process. They guided you from really not knowing anything about pharmacy to eventually becoming the professional you're about to be.

P4 MIR MAHMOOD: They offer more real-life experience as opposed to most other pharmacy schools. During my ambulatory care rotations, I have been able to work with the HIV clinic.

P4 VIVIANA ARCE: I did medication therapy management.

P2 AVIVA RAKHAMIMOVA: My first rotation was in retail pharmacy.

P4 MIR MAHMOOD: I've worked with a clinical microbiology, and I've also done a research in public health.

P4 JUSTICE KWANZA: Ambulatory care, internal medicine, acute care, IV, all of these rotations are experiences to make you better. And during this rotation is for you to figure out which field of pharmacy you thrive in and is ideal for you. Pharmacists are really the front line in health care.

P4 VIVIANA ARCE: I want to be on the front lines of health care. I want to directly have an impact on patient's life.

P4 MIR MAHMOOD: But you're that reference that patients can have access to.

P4 LENDELLE RAYMOND: Getting my patients to live their happier life or better life, that would be the most rewarding part of being a pharmacist.

P4 JUSTICE KWANZA: Touro is a small campus, but it's like a small campus that is doing amazing and bigger things.

P4 VIVIANA ARCE: It's not people trying to get ahead of each other.

P4 LENDELLE RAYMOND: It feels like a family being here.

P4 JUSTICE KWANZA: Touro was the best choice for me.

Sours: https://tcop.touro.edu/

 Touro University California College of Pharmacy

Touro University California College of Pharmacy

 

Educating caring professionals to serve, to lead, to teach

Touro’s College of Pharmacy has a unique curricular approach: student centered, technologically advanced and interactive. Our rigorous curriculum emphasizes pharmaceutical care, pharmacy systems management & public health implications.

 

Welcome to Touro University California, College of Pharmacy 

It is my pleasure to serve as the Interim Dean for the College of Pharmacy.  I have been a member of the administrative team since the College of Pharmacy was established in 2005.  As a pharmacist for over 40 years, I am extremely excited to share my passion and enthusiasm for the profession of pharmacy.  It is an exciting time to explorer the health professional field as a future career.

Our program is known for its innovative 2+2 format where the students receive 2 years of foundational knowledge and 2 years of rotations which is more than any pharmacy school in the nation.  The 2 years of rotations will include experiences in community, hospital, ambulatory care and a large cadre of other type of practice sites such as long term care, compounding, oncology, academia, research, informatics, managed care, to name a few.  The rotations will afford the student the opportunity to apply the learned clinical foundation to real life practice. The extra rotations will give the student additional quality time to hone their skills with the ultimate outcome of developing into a mature and experienced future healthcare provider with a valuable network of colleagues and mentors.

The College of Pharmacy at Touro also has training programs for PharmD residents and fellows, with additional opportunities to earn a dual PharmD/MPH.  All of these training opportunities enable our students to gain credentials that make them competitive for positions in a variety of employment settings.

At the heart of our school is our tremendous students.   Our students are a diverse group of highly motivated individuals dedicated to becoming leaders in health care.   The dedication of our students is matched by the faculty whose commitment to the success of each student is driven by our mission to serve, to lead, and to teach.

Our commitment holds steadfast.  We have a lot to offer and we hope you will take the time to review our unique program. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.   We are extremely excited to have you join our family in the near future.

Sincerely,

Debbie Sasaki-Hill, PharmD

Interim Dean

 


   


Non-Discrimination Policy

Touro University California does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy or childbirth), gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, medical condition, genetic information, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, veteran status, or any other status characteristic protected by applicable laws in employment, or in admission, treatment or access to educational programs or activities.

To the extent provided by law, the university will reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with disabilities which meet the legal standards for documentation, whenever the individual is otherwise qualified to safely perform all essential functions of the position and meet the academic program technical standards.

This notice is given pursuant to the requirements of Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination Act of 1975, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Clery Act of 1998.  For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.

The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies.  Please note that contact information listed here is for discrimination inquiries only.  Please contact the Office of Admissions for admissions related inquiries.

Kathy Lowe
Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator

Touro University California

1310 Club Drive

Vallejo, CA 94592

(707) 638-5806

Dr. Steven Jacobson
Dean of Student Affairs
Touro University California
1310 Club Drive
Vallejo, CA 94592
(707) 638-5226

Dr. James Binkerd
Senior Associate Dean of Student Affairs

Touro University California

1310 Club Drive

Vallejo, CA 94592

(707) 638-5883


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Admissions & Aid

Deposit

To reserve your seat at our college, and to hold any scholarships offered to you, payment of your non-refundable deposit must be made within the timeframe noted in your offer letter. This payment will be applied to your tuition when you matriculate.

Background Check

You will hear from Certiphi, the company who will be performing your background check. This must be completed within 30 days of your acceptance of our offer.

Immunization and Health Documents

You will receive an email from MyRecordTracker directing you to upload your health and immunization records within 30 days of your deposit. In order to be registered for classes you are required to submit proof of 2 doses of MMR or immunity as well as proof of meningitis vaccination within the last 5 years or provide a signed waiver. The balance of the immunizations and health documents are due before the start of class but no later than December 20th of the fall semester of your P1 year. Students who fail to submit the balance of the documents may compromise their ability to participate in their Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience (IPPE) in the summer following their P1 year.

Outstanding Prerequisite Coursework

Our four-year pharmacy program follows the completion of the required pre-pharmacy courses. Please be aware that if you receive grades below a C in any prerequisite courses, or if you fail to complete all prerequisites as listed on our website, we reserve the right to rescind your offer of admission. While you have been notified which requirements still need to be completed, please contact us if you are unsure what courses you have not yet satisfied.

Recommendation Letters

A minimum of three letters must be submitted through PharmCAS as detailed in our admissions requirements. If you have not submitted all three of them, you must do so.

Transcripts

We will download original transcripts from PharmCAS for all previously completed coursework. For any coursework completed after PharmCAS has received your initial transcript/s, you must arrange for the balance of your official transcripts to be emailed from your college directly to the Office of Admissions at [email protected] or mailed to:
Touro College of Pharmacy
Office of Admissions
230 West 125th Street, Suite 528
New York, New York 10027

Activate Your Student Email

In late spring, prior to matriculation, you will begin receiving emails to your Touro email. Faculty, Bursar, Registrar, Financial Aid and your Faculty Advisor will be using your Touro email to reach out to you. Please reply to their emails and take the time to get to know them. They will be an important resource to you during your four years at TCOP and beyond.

All new users need to click the “Student Email” link within the TouroOne portal and activate your student email account first. Once activated, you can set up the email account on your phone or computer. Please make it a habit to check that email account.

Financial Aid

New and continuing students have to apply for financial aid every year. Luckily, we make it simple. In order to allow our team to prepare your aid package, please complete the FAFSA as soon as possible to ensure financial aid is processed in a timely manner. You can find contact information and how to apply in the financial aid section of the website.

Registration

If your immunization records (MMR and Meningitis) are complete and you have received verification stating so, the Office of the Registrar will register you for fall classes. This will occur in July.
Once you have been registered for class, you will be notified and be able to view your schedule in the TouroOne portal.

Medical Insurance

All students are required to show proof of health insurance coverage. A separate request from our Office of Student Affairs or HSAC, our insurance verifier, will be sent closer to matriculation requesting proof of health insurance. If you do not have health insurance, you may purchase it directly from HSAC or any benefits organization of your choosing. If you have questions about health insurance coverage please contact Ms. Jamillah Salters, Director, Student Affairs.

Orientation

All students will be required to attend a mandatory New Student Orientation before classes start. All dates are on the Academic Calendar.

Class Shirt Size

Please email admissions with your T-shirt size (XS is not available) at [email protected]

How to Prep for Your First Year

  • Review your prerequisite advanced science courses
  • Learn the top 200 drugs 
  • Pick at least one student organization that you plan to get involved in

FERPA/HIPAA/OSHA/ADA Training

Immediately prior to New Student Orientation, you will be asked to complete online training for FERPA, HIPAA, OSHA, and ADA.

CPR Certification

All students are required to become certified in CPR which will take place during orientation week of your P1 year.

It is preferred that students certify with the college, because prior certification will not be in sync in terms of the recertification process.  If a student chooses to opt out of the training, then it is his/her responsibility to recertify on their own in a timely fashion. If you opt out of the training, during orientation week, you must provide proof of prior certification to the Office of Student Affairs.

White Coat Ceremony

This momentous occasion takes place during the first semester of your P1 year. Date and time for your white coat ceremony will be announced closer to the start of classes.

TCOP Catalog

All admitted students must read and sign that they have fully reviewed the TCOP Catalog and will adhere to all policies while enrolled in the College of Pharmacy.

International students/TOEFL

Students who have a student visa and require an I-20 must contact Ms. Lita Cabezas, our International Admissions Coordinator at 212-463-0400 ext. 55644 or via email at [email protected]

Technology Requirements

As discussed on your interview day, all students must have a laptop or appropriate tablet as all exams are administered on ExamSoft.

Please see the requirements below:

Examplify Requirements

PC Users:

  • Operating System: 32-bit and 64-bit Versions of Windows 10.
  • Alternate versions of Windows 10, such as Windows RT and Windows 10 S, are NOT supported at this time.
  • Only genuine, U.S.-English versions of Windows Operating Systems are supported.
  • ExamSoft does not support Tablet devices other than Surface Pro as detailed below
  • CPU Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel i3 processor or equivalent
  • RAM: 4GB or higher
  • Hard Drive: highest recommended for the operating system or 1GB of available space.
  • For onsite support, and in order to back up the answer files to USB, a working USB port is required (Newer devices may require an adapter)
  • For technical troubleshooting, account passwords, including BitLocker keys, may be required.
  • Internet connection for Download, Registration, Exam Download and Upload.
  • Examplify cannot be run within virtualized environments or environments that require persistent network (local or otherwise) connections during secure exams. This includes, but is not limited to, VMWare, Parallels, Citrix workspace, Virtual Disks, Streamed images, etc.
  • Screen Resolution should be at least 1024x768 or higher.
  • Administrator level account permissions
  • Surface laptops that come with non-detachable keyboards are permitted. Non-Pro Surface devices are not supported.

MAC Users:

  • MacOS Catalina (version 10.15.7) is only compatible with Examplify version 2.0.6 or higher (Released on 10/14/19 or later)
  • MacOS Big Sur (version 11.0) is only compatible with Examplify version 2.5 or higher (Released on 11/13/20 or later)
  • Supported operating systems: OS X 10.14.6 (Mojave), macOS Catalina (10.15.7), macOS Big Sur (11.0). Only genuine versions of Mac operating systems are supported.
  • CPU: Intel processor. Devices using Apple’s M1 processor and Apple Rosetta 2 are supported on Examplify version 2.6 and higher.
  • RAM: 4GB or higher.
  • Hard Drive: 4GB or higher available space.
  • For on-site support, and in order to back-up the answer files to a USB drive, a working USB port is required (Newer devices may require an adaptor).
  • Administrator level account permissions
  • Server version of Mac OS X is not supported.

Note: Examplify cannot be run within virtualized environments or environments that require persistent network (local or otherwise) connections during secure exams. This includes, but is not limited to, VMWare, Parallels, Citrix workspace, Virtual Disks, Streamed images, etc.

iPad Users

  • Hardware Requirements = iPad 5+, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2+, iPad Pro
  • Operating System = iOS 11, iOS 12, and iPadOS 13 (Only genuine versions of iOS are supported)
  • 500 MB of free space required to commence an exam
  • iPad must not be Jailbroken
  • Internet connection for Download, Registration, Exam Download and Upload.

        The following requirements apply for exams with ExamID or ExamMonitor enabled:

  • Examplify version 4.1 or greater
  • Hard drive: 2GB or higher available space
  • Internet: 2.5 Mpbs upload speed
Sours: https://tcop.touro.edu/admissions--aid/

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