School of Pharmacy Annual Report 2015–2016
Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy received full accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education in July 2016.
In an event that was a decade in the making, Cedarville’s School of Pharmacy graduated its first class, with 48 students receiving their Doctor of Pharmacy.
100% Job Placement Rate*
91% Persistence to Graduation
78% Achieved Residency
92% NAPLEX Pass Rate*
This past May, 48 new pharmacists set out to make their mark for Christ in residency programs, pharmacy chains, hospital settings, and their own business.* Items marked with an asterisk are rates calculated at 6 months
34 Students were involved with Pharmacy Missions in 2015–2016:
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador
- Beattyville, KY
- Athens, OH
- Chicago, IL
It’s an improbable journey from an outcast village in India to a research laboratory in Cedarville. Read as one of the original faculty members from the School of Pharmacy shares his “God story.”
Read Elisha Injeti’s story:
Total Giving to the School of Pharmacy to Date
“It was an honor to receive a donor-funded scholarship this year. With a reduced financial burden, the scholarship helped me concentrate more on my academics. Not only did the donor’s generosity reduce my financial burden, it also taught me to be generous and give willingly to help others to promote a good cause; that is a lesson I will have for a lifetime.”
— James O. Baffoe
Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, Class of 2019
Cedarville University School of Pharmacy
SNPhA Health Initiative Chair
In the News
Zach Jenkins, Pharm.D., and Laura Farleman, a second year pharmacy student, are educating student-athletes.
Zach Jenkins, Pharm.D., assistant professor of pharmacy practice, has been sought by media for his expertise.
Cedarville students captured two first-place finishes at the Ohio SHSP Competition.
Jordan Long, a third-year professional pharmacy student at Cedarville University will attend the 2015 American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) conference
Andrew Straw, Pharm.D., has been awarded an Ambulatory Care PRN Scholarship by the AACP.
Students from the School of Pharmacy are aiding in medication management in Ghana.