The student handbook answers many frequently asked student questions, such as AOI requirements, policies, guidelines, etc. Additional information regarding University policies is available in the University General Catalog or University Student Handbook.
Building a relationship begins with getting to know your advisees. Below are tips for viewing your advisee list, scheduling meetings, and conversation starters to use with your advisees as their progress throughout the program.
Academic assistance is available in a variety of forms on campus. Encourage your advisees to utilize their professors, lab instructors, and campus resources to enhance their academic success.
Professional & Career Development Services is available to assist students with career guidance, job and internship searches, mock interviews, resume, CV, and cover letter review.
Students should utilize the program curriculum guides to create their academic plans. Following the curriculum guides is important to ensure accurate progress toward graduation.
Students can add any minor or concentration to their degree. It is important to note that in order to complete a minor or concentration students may be required to take a heavier course load or summer courses.
Students can opt to complete the Honors AOI Track in lieu of the traditional AOI requirements. Students do not need to complete the Honors Senior Thesis to declare the Honors AOI Track.
Students are responsible for tracking their progress toward graduation. Below are guides to help you assist your advisees with interpreting their degree audits.
For consideration for admission to the professional pharmacy program, students must meet the requirements of the Drake PharmD Difference. Below are resources to assist with advising your pre-pharmacy students on the admissions process.
Additional resources to develop your advising and mentoring abilities.