Congratulations on your acceptance to ACPHS! We're eager for you to help us push humanity into the next frontier. Follow the link below for dates and times of all upcoming accepted student events.
Campus tours are offered Monday through Friday at 10 am and 2 pm at the Albany Campus. Plan a visit to our Vermont Campus by appointment. Schedule a visit for a day that works best for you below.
Albany Campus daily tours
The best way to learn about ACPHS is to visit! You'll tour campus and meet individually with an admissions counselor. We invite you to check us out!
We request that you make an appointment in advance, but walk-ins are welcomed.
Discover the value of an ACPHS education on one of our Spring Saturdays. Explore campus with current students and meet with your dedicated Admissions counselor.
Students interested in transferring into one of our B.S. programs or into the First Professional Year (P1) of our Doctor of Pharmacy program would benefit from this specific visit to campus.
These visits are designed specifically to address the needs of students interested in transferring to the College. Guests will tour the Albany Campus, meet one-on-one with our dedicated transfer counselor, and receive a credit evaluation of past and current coursework. This is the perfect opportunity for students to discuss their career aspirations and get a better understanding of the academic programs we have to offer. Register for a Friday that works for you.
Junior Open House
Join us for an Open House and uncover your future opportunities at ACPHS. You’ll meet our ambitious students and innovative faculty and will explore campus. Discover how ACPHS students get involved with everything from internships to athletics to studying abroad.
Graduate Student Visits
Students interested in any of our five M.S. programs are encouraged to set up a personalized visit to campus. Please contact Martha Hass, Dean of Graduate Studies, to schedule your campus visit.
Dean of Graduate Studies
Vermont Visit Days
The Vermont campus exclusively hosts the professional levels (P1-P4) of the Doctor of Pharmacy program. All undergraduates are based at the College's Albany campus.
Each Visit Day includes a student-led tour of the Vermont campus and the opportunity to meet with an admissions advisor for a pre-requisite evaluation to map out the next steps toward applying. To register, click the link below and select a tour time.