- About Overview
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- Admissions Overview
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- Application Process
- Application Process Overview
- Step 1: Minimum Eligibility Requirements
- Step 2: The Application
- Step 2: The Application Overview
- Pharmacy College Application Service (PharmCAS) Application
- Application Processing Fee
- Checklist: Transcripts
- Keep Your Contact Info Current During the Admissions Process
- Step 3: Interview Process
- Step 4: After Applying
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Who are reapplicants?
If you submitted an application to the UCSF School of Pharmacy PharmD degree program for the fall 2017 or summer 2018 entering class, you are classified as a reapplicant.
Guidelines for reapplicants
Reapplicants must submit the PharmCAS Application including the requisite fees with the following exceptions:
You must submit at least one but no more than four new recommendations. See About Submitting Applicant Recommendations for details. Any new recommendations you submit will be reviewed with the previously submitted recommendations.
- See Checklist: Transcripts to review the details of what documents must be sent to PharmCAS.
- The UCSF School of Pharmacy should receive only copies of updated transcripts from foreign institutions. If the foreign transcripts you submitted with your previous application have not changed, you do not need to send another copy to the UCSF School of Pharmacy.
Go to: Step 2: The Application