Plan a Visit
College of Pharmacy Open Houses
- Saturday, April 8, 2016. Register now
College of Pharmacy Open Houses run from 9:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m., and are held in the Center for the Sciences and Pharmacy (CSP). The CSP is number 5 on the campus map. Campus tours are available following Open House programming.
Presentations include an overview of the College of Pharmacy; a review of the curricular and programmatic requirements of the Doctor of Pharmacy program; a summary of admissions processes and standards; a discussion of student organizations; and a review of housing options (both on-campus and within the greater Springfield area). A tour of the Center for the Sciences and Pharmacy and campus will also be provided. Attendees will have an opportunity to meet the College’s administrators, faculty, and current students. The program will close with a question and answer session.
College of Pharmacy Open Houses are intended for individuals with college experience (previous or current enrollment, and graduates). High school students who are interested in the College of Pharmacy are encouraged to attend one of the University-wide open houses, where there is opportunity to attend a pre-pharmacy workshop.
To register, please fill out our online form or contact the College of Pharmacy Office of Student Affairs at (413) 796-2113 or email@example.com. If registering via email, please include the student's full name, telephone number, city/town of residence, most recent or current college/university, and number of people attending.
A Great Location
Study in the Heart of New England
Located at what is called "The Crossroads of New England," Springfield is an ideal location for pharmacy education. Our beautiful quinetessential New England campus is located in a residential area of the city and featues the modern facilities of the Center for the Sciences and Pharmacy. This location offers learners a wide array of experiential learning opportunities through numerouse retail pharamcy locations and major medical facilities. During your four years of study at Western New England, you will appreciate the rich diversity of cultural, enterntainment, and outdoor activities offered by this unique region that is easily accessible to NYC, Boston, Hartford, and New England's mountains and beaches.