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Prepharmacy (high school students)

The High Point University Office of Undergraduate Admissions is Located in Wrenn Hall. Tours are available 7 days a week. Please contact us to schedule your campus visit.

Phone: (800) 345-6993 | (336) 841-9216
Fax: (336) 888-6382


To see if you qualify for the School of Pharmacy Early Assurance program click here

Prepharmacy (college students)

If you are a second year (or above) student at High Point University or another College/University, Dr. Michael Mueller is the prepharmacy advisor. He can be consulted regarding specific questions about course equivalency:

Phone: (336) 841-2829
Fax: (336) 888-6394



At High Point University we believe that your pharmacy education is one of the most important investments that you can make. We are aware that the cost of a professional education is a major outlay and make every effort to keep our charges as reasonable as possible, while providing a first-class college education.

To see the most up to date cost of attendance, please visit our Graduate Investment Page.

Student Health Insurance

Student Health Insurance is required of all health profession students and is provided according to the schedule below:

  • The university-offered medical insurance policy is effective from August 1st through July 31st. This annual policy will be billed in part on the Fall tuition statement and the rest on the Spring tuition statement.
  • Programs that begin in the summer are charged per month until August 1st at which time the students are switched to the annual policy

Students may waive the university-provided medical insurance with proof of other comparable insurance prior to the start of the academic year. Student Medical Insurance rates are reviewed annually and rates are subject to change. For more information on the university-provided medical coverage, please visit the Office of Student Accounts website.

Enrollment Deposit

All applicants accepted into the High Point University Doctor of Pharmacy program must accept or decline our offer of conditional admission by submitting a non-refundable matriculation deposit of $250 by the deadline in their offer of admission. A space in the class is not guaranteed until the deposit has been received and accepted by High Point University.  If you do not submit a deposit, the program may offer the place in the class to another applicant.  The deposit will be applied towards first-semester tuition.


Payment of all tuition and fees is due at the beginning of each term of enrollment.

For information on payment plans and payment methods please visit the Payment Options section of our website.

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) serves as High Point University’s official application for financial aid. To be considered for low-interest student loans, you must file the FAFSA electronically by going to It is critical that students file the FAFSA each year as soon as possible after October 1st. To ensure that we receive your information, you must include our FAFSA school code of 002933.

Although the financial aid process can be complex, the Office of Student Financial Planning is well trained and highly qualified to make your experience a positive and rewarding one.  Please contact them if you have any questions about financial aid. For information about the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Student Loan Program and the Federal Graduate PLUS Loan Program go to If you have specific questions, please contact your Student Financial Planning Counselor, Cana Gyongyos Hill, by phone at 336-841-9289 or by email at