Phase I - at Seton Hill
To be eligible for Phase I a prospective student must:
- be accepted to Seton Hill Universityas a full-time student,
- have a combined SAT score (Critical Reading + Math) of 1170 or better, or ACT Composite score of 26 or better,
- have a cumulative high school grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, and
- be a first-time college student (not transferring from another college or university).
All applicants will need the following:
- a completed application form, including the essay.
- a minimum of one letter of recommendation from a teacher or guidance counselor or one recommendation form. Additional recommendations are welcome and may represent other sources.
- a $35.00 non-refundable application fee. This fee is waived if you apply online.
- an official secondary-school transcript or GED certificate.
- official score reports from either the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) of the College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) or the ACT test of the American College Testing Program. Junior year scores on tests are acceptable; however, all applicants are encouraged to send senior year results. Senior year test results often give a truer indication of academic potential. The subscore of the writing portion of the SAT must also be submitted. If you are submitting results from the ACT, it is recommended that you take the optional writing portion of the exam and submit that score as well.
Application information can be mailed to:
Office of Admissions
Seton Hill University
1 Seton Hill Drive
Greensburg, Pa. 15601
Faxed to: 724.830.1294
Or e-mailed to: email@example.com
Phase II - at LECOM School of Pharmacy
To be eligible for Phase II a student must:
- have been enrolled in Phase I,
- maintain full-time status throughout participation in Phase I,
- be a United States citizen or permanent U.S. resident,
- complete the minimum course requirements listed under Courses,
- complete a higher level substitute course in the same discipline, in the event that a required course is taken at another institution while the student is attending Seton Hill or while in high school,
- complete all degree requirements for the Seton Hill degree,
- demonstrate a commitment to the practice of pharmacy and possess the personal and professional character needed as a practicing pharmacist,
- have earned a cumulative Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS) grade point average of 3.4 or better,
- have earned a cumulative PharmCAS science grade point average of 3.4 or better,
- have earned a cumulative PharmCAS math grade point average of 3.4 or better,
- have taken the PCAT exam or undergone a writing assessment prior to the interview, and
- participate in a personal interview.
To gain final acceptance into the School of Pharmacy at LECOM, a student must:
- meet all requirements listed above,
- apply to LECOM through PharmCAS and submit the online LECOM secondary application by January 10 of the year of anticipated matriculation into Phase II,
- arrange for two letters of recommendation to be sent to PharmCAS (one from the Pharmacy Advisor), and
- participate in an in-person interview with LECOM in the third year of Phase I.
LECOM School of Pharmacy will not accept advanced placement credit of science and mathematics courses into Phase I of the program.
LECOM School of Pharmacy will accept applications only from U.S. citizens and permanent residents.
LECOM School of Pharmacy will not accept transfer students into Phase I of the program.
In general, in order to be considered for Phase II of the Program (the reserved spots), the LECOM School of Pharmacy will not accept any student who has repeated courses in Phase I of the program.
Prospective students should contact LECOM directly for anticipated admission guidelines at 814.866.6641 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Doctor of Pharmacy Degree will be conferred upon successful completion of Phase I and Phase II of the program, both didactic and clinical, and recommendation by both the faculty and administration of LECOM School of Pharmacy.
Additional information is available at the LECOM website.