Membership Requirements: Enrolled in College of Pharmacy, in good academic standing.
Mission: The mission of NCPA is:
Student Benefit: Members gain a greater understanding of the practice of community pharmacy, which
makes up approximately 60% of the practices that graduates will go into. Activities
that the student member may participate in include: the national pharmacy business
plan competition; attend national NCPA meetings; and network with other pharmacist
practitioners and like-minded students. The student chapter also brings in speakers
that highlight opportunities in the practice of community pharmacies. Examples of
community service opportunities for members might include Project Connect (health
and welfare fair for the underprivileged in the community); fundraising for local
free health clinics; and sponsor of the Salvation Army Angel Tree at Christmas time.
Meetings: Third Thursday of the month in Pharmacy 303. Also sponsor study sessions for pharmacy students on second and fourth Tuesday of the month in FLITE 304.
Dues: $5.00/year for the local chapter; $35.00/year for the national chapter
Officers and Contact:
Jacquelyn Breckenridge, President (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Lisa Meny, Pharm.D., Advisor (email: email@example.com)
Dr. Lucy Ngoh, Ph.D., Advisor (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)