Vermont Campus

Discover a New View of What's Possible

Vermont students at Mount Stowe
Welcome to ACPHS-Vermont - No longer accepting applicaitons
We opened our Vermont campus— the first and only school of pharmacy in the state— because we sensed a need in the region, and we saw great opportunities for our students.

Today, we are a diverse family of scholars expanding the next frontier of human health and exploring the future of pharmacy. Thanks to our faculty and an established network of pharmacies, clinics, and hospitals, our students learn firsthand how pharmacists are playing an expanded and vital role in health care – all while exploring the natural beauty that surrounds us.

With your passion for science and our 135-year tradition of student success, we can redefine the future of human health together. There’s a profound purpose in entering the world of pharmacy. We hope you accept the challenge.

Because for us, discovery doesn't end in the lab. It's a lifestyle.
Vermont Campus of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Around Burlington
Beyond our passion for pharmacy, we’re just as enthusiastic about exploring the lakes, mountains, farm-to-table restaurants, coffee shops and music venues of nearby Burlington, known as one of the nation’s most innovative cities.

Not only is it the headquarters for iconic brands like Ben & Jerry’s and Burton Snowboards, Burlington is also one of the friendliest, healthiest, and most forward-thinking cities in America. Home to several next-generation tech and health initiatives—including biomedical startups and the Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies—you’ll be living just five minutes from one of the best college towns in America.

And you’ll never have a shortage of adventures to choose from—like some of the region’s best spots for hiking, biking, shopping, skiing, kayaking, and other outdoor activities.
Vermont Campus of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Student Life, Community and Culture
Our students set ambitious goals and are here to focus on advancing human health. Since all arrive having completed two to four years of college, there’s a level of maturity here that elevates the experience for everyone.

This shared sense of purpose is reinforced through activities such as weekend adventures with the Outdoor and Sports Club and volunteering with any of the student clubs and organizations .

Add in an on-site cafeteria, an incredible nearby fitness facility with state-of-the-art equipment, and plenty of attractive places to live near campus, and you may never want to leave!
Vermont Campus of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Center for Student Success
The Center for Student Success at ACPHS provides a comprehensive set of programs and services designed to help students grow academically, personally, and professionally.

The Center offers study skill workshops throughout the semester for students seeking to better understand and strengthen their strategies for academic success.

Vermont Campus of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Health and Safety
As an institution committed to the advancement of health care, the College places a priority on the health and safety of our students.

ACPHS offers a variety of programs and services to help ensure each student’s physical and mental well being.

In the event of an emergency, public safety can be reached at 518-244-3177 (this is an Albany number, but it is effective for Vermont too), or you may dial local safety and support services as appropriate.
Reporting Coronavirus Symptoms
Reporting Coronavirus symptoms and/or potential exposure.

A number of people in our community have contacted us with information about exposure or symptoms related to coronavirus (COVID-19). In order to streamline the reporting process and protect individual privacy, we have set up a confidential reporting system to collect data into a secure database.

Please fill out this form if you:
1) Have been exposed to a person with COVID-19
2) Have symptoms that might be COVID-19
3) Are being tested for COVID-19
4) Have been diagnosed with COVID-19

Additional Resources
Please find below links to additional information that will be useful to you during your time here as a student. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Jennifer Payne or Carolyn Claxton in the Vermont Campus Division of Student Affairs. They will be happy to help in any way they can!