The College of Pharmacy offers each professional student a wide variety of pharmacy student organizations through which professional maturation may be enhanced. Students are strongly encouraged to become actively involved in one or more professional organizations, which provide programs and activities to assist their members in achieving practice excellence and professional growth.
Professional and Specialty Groups
El Paso Student Pharmacist Association
University of Texas Pan American Cooperative Pharmacy Student Association
Downloadable or online documents and resources for use by Student Organizations:
A google spreadsheet for all of the classes and all of the organizations. There is an "Instructions" tab at the bottom of the spreadsheet.
Link to Planner
Newsletter and Monitor Message Request
Pharmacy faculty, staff, and student organizations may use this page to request official events to the pharmacy weekly newsletter and monitor.
Link to Form
Student Organizations Workbook
Includes information about budget Guidelines, travel, food policies, & more.
Download Workbook Here.
Purchasing & Reimbursement
Office Max Order Form (PDF)
Procard Cover Sheet
Purchase Order - Telephone Quotation Sheet
Official Occasion Expense Form (PDF)
Student Reimbursement Form (items purchased w/ personal funds)
Download Sponsorship Form Here
Request a Room Key
Download Room Key Form Here
Student Name Tags
May be reordered here: Reorder Form
College Wordmark and University Trademarks
Guidelines for Use (pdf)
What the Wordmark is and When to use it
Food distribution for campus events is restricted by policy. Read more about:
Food Safety Policy
Official Expense Form (PDF)
Health Fair Documents
Request Form (PDF)
Preceptor Profile (PDF)
Cashier Training (CW 505)
Cashier Training Manual (PDF)
Cashier Training Certificate (PDF)
College of Pharmacy
The University of Texas
2409 University Ave.
Austin, TX, USA
Email Address: pharmacy
The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP) is offering free e-student membership to student pharmacists. If you are interested, please visit the ASCP site and fill out their form.
The Mexican-American Association of Pharmacy Students has a new name: Hispanic Association of
> Read more about this name change.