Connect with Us Online
If you would like to gain another perspective on the College and its students we encourage you to visit some of the following Facebook pages, blogs, and tumblr. and connect with us online.
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - The official Facebook page of the College is a source for photos of campus life, event schedules, news, and other links of interest.
Admissions - Find out about the application process, academic programs, and upcoming events. Have your questions answered by students or staff members.
Alumni - Stay in touch or reconnect with former classmates at the Facebook page for alumni of the College.
Athletics - Keep up with the latest news from the Panthers basketball, cross country, and soccer teams.
Library - Keep up with the latest news from the Albany and Vermont Campus Libraries, including new resources, updates on research databases, highlighted collections, special events, and hours.
ACPHS 518 - Current students offer an insider's perspective on ACPHS life and activities.
ACPHS in China - Follow International Admissions Counselor Kevin Rivenburg as he prepares for and completes a university tour in China with 20 other U.S. colleges.
23 Days in Senegal - As the culmination of a class on Senegal Culture and Customs, six ACPHS students participated in a three week visit to the West African nation. Student blogs such as The Roots of Life, Rhythm of Africa, and Free Me capture the sights and sounds of this extraordinary trip.
Dominica Pharmacy Rotation Blog - Students discuss their adventures, projects, and daily activities during a two week study abroad experience on the Carribean island of Dominica.
Everything In Moderation - Including Excess: Student Liz Wescott documents her July 2010 research study in Peru, in which she learned about the pharmacology of the country's plants and how they are used for medicinal purposes.
Nomad Skies - Student Tessa Nguyen chronicles her experiences during a study abroad experience at China's Fudan University.
Innovative Learning - Vice Provost for Innovative Learning and Academic Support Services Ian Douglas shares his thoughts on the future of teaching and learning.