3-Year Doctor of Pharmacy (Accelerated)


Student Resources

Explore academic and extracurricular resources for our Vermont campus students

ACPHS Vermont Campus Building
Your Success is Our Top Priority
Through regular appointments with academic advisors, a variety of in-person and virtual learning options and ongoing development workshops, we keep our students on track from start to finish.

During orientation, you will complete a Lassi Learning assessment to identify your academic strengths, preferred learning style and potential challenges. At the beginning of each semester, you will meet with your academic advisor to discuss your individual needs and goals.

Development workshops covering topics such as stress management and time management will be offered each semester. In-person peer tutoring and writing assistance are also available, as well as counseling services.

You'll also gain real-world experience before graduation with Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPEs) during your first two years and Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPEs) in your third and final year of the program.
Severance Corners apartment complex
Housing Made Easier
Modern and affordable housing is readily available for all ACPHS students at Severance Corners. This mixed-use development contains apartments, condominiums and small businesses, nestled in a scenic landscape.

Choose from several different types of floor plans, all of which come equipped with an in-apartment washer/dryer and free parking. Live within a short commute to campus and just minutes from downtown Burlington.

Students are free to pursue other housing arrangements in the area. Below are links to help you locate housing in the Colchester, Vermont vicinity.
Phi Lambda Sigma on Church Street in Burlington, VT
Get a Taste of Burlington
As one of the friendliest, healthiest and most forward-thinking cities in the country, Burlington has earned a well-deserved reputation as one of the best college towns in America.

Home to Ben & Jerry's ice cream, Burton snowboards, world-class breweries, shopping locales and delicious farm-to-table eateries, there's plenty to do here when you're not studying.

If you're looking to get outside, there's no shortage of hiking spots, biking trails, kayaking and other outdoor activities you can immerse yourself in.
Vermont outdoors and sports club
Stay Active Outside of Class
If you want to burn off some steam between studies, head over to one of five "The EDGE" fitness centers around the Burlington area - two in Essex, two in South Burlington and one in Williston. Membership to The EDGE is free for all enrolled students.

The EDGE offers more than 150 group classes per week and has been voted the area's top fitness club five years in a row.

If you want to get involved outside the classroom, our Vermont campus touts several student clubs, a pharmacy honor society and professional organizations such as the Outdoor and Sports Club and Industry Pharmacists Organization (IPhO).

Our small student body affords you more opportunities to gain valuable leadership experience in the areas that interest you.