After High School Plan : Pharmacist

Jasmine Supchukun

What type of education do I need?

  • College & Doctorate- Pre-pharmacy -> Pharmacy School -> Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)-- professional degrees

  • Graduates of Pharm.D. degree programs must pass the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination administered by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP)

Oregon State University

  • Oregon State University's College of Pharmacy
  • Pre-pharmacy -> Pharmacy School -> Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
  • cost : $25,434/year ; 6 years = $152,604
  • Admission requirement : minimum GPA 2.5 (preferred above 3.00) , ACT or SAT, 4 years in English, 3 years in Math, 3 years in social studies, 3 years in science, 2 years in the same foreign language, and insight resume.
  • Deadlines and Decisions : Early deadline- November 1, your status will be notify by December 20. Priority Application- February 1 your status will be notify by March 15.

  • Student population : 28,886 (23,903 undergraduate)

  • student:teacher ratio - 19:1

CORVALLIS

Things to Do in Corvallis

  • Da Vinci Days, a three-day celebration of music, arts and science
  • the Corvallis Fall Festival, a weekend festival showcasing artists from all over Oregon
  • Cycling Marys Peak
  • hiking
  • Farmer's market
  • only 1hr 30 mins away from Portland.

  • 45 mins from Oregon coast.


Average weather in Corvallis


  • Jan 34-47 (1 inch of snow)
  • Feb 35-51 (1 inch of snow)
  • Mar 37-56
  • Apr 40-61
  • May 44-67
  • Jun 49-73
  • Jul 52-82
  • Aug 51-83
  • Sep 48-77
  • Oct 42-65
  • Nov 38-53
  • Dec 33-46 (1 inch of snow)


Geography

  • central western Oregon
  • Corvallis is nestled in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley

Paying for College

  • FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)- OCtober 1.
  • The Josephine County Educational Fund. The application will be due the February 6
  • OSAC scholarships
  • Oregon Opportunity Grant – As soon as possible after January 1. Awards made until funds are depleted.

My goals during high school

  • 4.0 GPA
  • take AP classes.
  • Volunteer
  • work and save money for college.


Classes I will take to achieve my goals


  • AP chemistry
  • AP stat
  • AP Calculus
  • College prep

Available Community Volunteer Work

  • hospital
  • drug store
  • ASANTE
  • Working on campus in college.