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Academic Advising Students Interested in Pharmacy

Ben and Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy

All Students

All students are welcome to meet with the Ben and Maytee Fisch College of Pharmacy Office of Student Affairs faculty to staff and learn more about the pharmacy college and specific admissions criteria. Appointments can be made by calling 903.565.5777 or by email at pharmacy@uttyler.edu.

UT Tyler Students

UT Tyler students will also have one or more academic advisors depending on their interests and their major.

Incoming Freshmen: The Academic Success Center offers academic advising services, supplemental instruction (tutoring) and student learning communities. Students will have an academic advisor within this center that can help guide them through their first 60 hours of college credit. Students interested in pursuing degrees in other departments, such as chemistry, biology, biochemistry, may also be advised by those individual departments. Ms. Tonya Gaddis is the academic advisor for incoming freshman students interested in pharmacy.

UT Tyler Incoming Transfer Students: Students entering UT Tyler with 30 or more college credit hours are considered transfer students. Transfer students who are completing a degree program (such as chemistry, biology, biochemistry) are advised by their home department. Transfer students interested in pharmacy are advised by Ms. Kristie Allen in the Academic Success Center. Transfer students interested in pharmacy are advised by Ms. Kristie Allen in the Academic Success Center

UT Tyler Students Completing an Academic Degree: Students interested in pharmacy who are also completing a degree program (such as chemistry, biology, biochemistry) are advised by their home department

UT Tyler Students Interested in Other Health Professions Degree Programs: Students who are deciding between pharmacy and other types of health profession degrees, such as dentistry, medicine, occupational therapy, can receive pre-professional advising on those careers from the Department of Biology chief health professions advisor.

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