EAP Oregon Admission Process

High School Seniors & First Year College Students

High School Seniors and First Year College Students must submit their EAP Oregon application via PharmDirect.  The EAP Oregon application will be available on September 18, 2017. Applications are due March 31, 2018.  We require that all high school senior and first year college students submit 2-4 letters of recommendation via PharmDIRECT.  Please make sure that all transcripts and letters of recommendation are received at PharmDIRECT by the deadline.  You can submit your application before those documents are received.  Final decisions will be communicated to high school seniors by May 1, 2018 and to first year college students by June 1, 2018.


Second & Third Year College Students

Second and Third Year College Students must submit their EAP Oregon application here.  The EAP Oregon application for second and third year college students will be available on December 4, 2018 and is due on March 1, 2018.  Final decisions will be communicated to second and third year college students by April 6, 2018.

We require 2 letters of reference.  Please email the EAP Oregon Reference Form to your references.  Your references should return in the completed form and their letter to Lauren Corwin (Lauren.Corwin@oregonstate.edu).  All materials must be received by March 1, 2018.

Second and Third Year College Students must submit 3 short essays (2000 characters each, including spaces) in the online application.  Applicants should write their essays in Word or a Text Editor and then copy/paste their essays into the application.  Special characters etc. may not transfer correctly so please proofread your essays once you have entered them into your application.

Essay #1:  How have you determined that pharmacy is the right career for you?

Essay #2:  Why are you interested in pharmacy rather than some other health profession(s)?

Essay #3:  How have you exercised leadership in the past and how will you be a leader as a pharmacist? 


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