Freshmen Students

We are a forward-thinking, experiential college committed to discovering the next phase of human possibility and health care

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A Tightly-Knit Community With Ample Opportunities Outside the Classroom
Freshmen students at ACPHS have a variety of options to make productive use of their time outside the classroom. Between our numerous clubs & professional organizations, athletics teams and everything the greater Albany area has to offer, it's easy to find leisurely activities that fit your pace. The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) organization, craft club, dance team and game club are just a few examples of what you'll find here.

Plus, New York City, Boston and Montreal are all about 3 hours away from the Albany Campus.

If you're curious about what life as a freshmen student is all about, we encourage you to schedule a visit today.
ACPHS O'Brien Building
How to Apply to ACPHS
This application for admission is for current high school students with an interest in first-year early assurance into our Doctor of Pharmacy or Bachelor of Science programs.

An application fee of $75 is required for first year students. Students who conduct an official visit to the College are given a Common Application Fee Waiver.

For more information about applying, including dates and deadlines, please refer to the Undergraduate Application Instructions below.
Joseph Gottwald, ACPHS Class of 2016
Discovery Spotlight
"Being among students who will enter professional fields helped me stay on task and be motivated because the work you’re doing matters."
Joseph Gottwald '16 Mayo Medical School
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Madi Worden, M.S. ACPHS Class of 2017
Discovery Spotlight
"I know my ACPHS education will give me the ability to succeed in whichever path I choose to pursue."
Madeline Worden '17, Master's in Molecular Biosciences
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Katie Cardone, Pharm.D., BCACP, Associate Professor
Discovery Spotlight
"Even within the health care team, we need to get more people familiar with the skills and knowledge that pharmacists possess."
Katie Cardone, Pharm.D., BCACP, Associate Professor
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