OSU College of Pharmacy APhA Alumni Social 2015

Early Admissions Program (EAP)

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History of the College

Oregon State University College of Pharmacy History

Developing a Curriculum

The College of Pharmacy at Oregon State University can trace its beginnings back to 1898 at what was then the Oregon Agricultural College. Chemistry and pharmacy were in a single department and students could graduate with a Bachelors of Science (B.S.) degree in Pharmacy upon completion of a four-year program. This was one of the earliest four-year programs in the country.

EAP Oregon Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to attend OSU if I am admitted to EAP Oregon?

No, you do not.  You may attend any accredited institution in the state of Oregon, including community colleges, public, and private colleges/universities.  You can also attend multiple colleges/universities while in EAP Oregon.  Just keep your EAP Oregon advisor in the loop!

EAP Oregon Admission Process

EAP Oregon Admission Process

High School Seniors & First Year College Students

EAP Oregon Requirements

High School Seniors must meet the following minimum criteria to be eligible to apply to EAP Oregon:

Continuing Education


OSU College of Pharmacy accredited by

Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)

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Student Jobs

Internships, Residencies, and Fellowships

Current openings with our Pharmacy Partners

There are no openings at this time.

Visit our Pharmacy Partners for More Career Opportunities

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