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
If you are a second year (or above) student at High Point University or another College/University, Dr. Gina Peacock is the prepharmacy advisor. She can be consulted regarding specific questions about course equivalency:
Phone: (336) 841-2829
Fax: (336) 888-6394
To receive general information about the High Point University Doctor of Pharmacy program, it’s admission policies, the application process, and campus visits contact Graduate Admissions:
Phone: (336) 841-9198
Fax: (336) 841-9024
AN EDUCATION WITH VALUE(S)
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.
|Tuition & Fees – Fall ’21 semester||$20,406|
|Tuition & Fees – Spring ‘22 semester||$20,406|
|Tuition & Fees – Summer ‘22 semester||$3,815|
|Total Annual Tuition & Fees||$44,627|
|Division One Athletic Events||included|
|Cultural Enrichment Events||included|
|Intramurals and Club Sports||included|
|Dining Plans Available||additional fee depending on plan|
|Background Checks & Drug Screens||Actual cost paid by student to company conducting service|
|MyCred Record Tracker||Actual cost paid by student to company providing service|
|CPR for Healthcare Providers||Actual cost paid by student to American Red Cross or American Heart Assoc. for Training|
The educational investment covers all of the services and features marked as included above, plus more! The educational investment does not cover all textbook costs and course supplies.
APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
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 www.studentaid.gov. As a student in the PharmD professional program, you are considered an independent student, so it is not necessary to include your parents’ information on the FAFSA. 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.http://fafsa.ed.gov
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 https://studentaid.gov/plus-app. 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 email@example.com.
Fred Wilson School of Pharmacy Student Handbook