College Policies

Code of Conduct & Professionalism

Pharmacy practitioners enjoy a special trust and authority based on the profession’s commitment to a code of ethical behavior in its management of patient-centered pharmaceutical care.

 

Code of Conduct & Professionalism

Scholastic Standing

Your grade point average (GPA) at UT-Austin is determined by the grades you earn at UT-Austin.

Your scholastic standing is determined by your UT GPA and the total number of college hours you have completed here.

Scholastic Standing

Technical Standards

As an accredited program, the College is responsible for student selection and matriculation, curriculum design, implementation and evaluation, and determination of who should be awarded a degree in fulfillment of these requirements.

Technical Standards for Pharmacy Education

College Email Policy

The College of Pharmacy adheres to the University Electronic Mail Student Notification Policy.

The college will communicate with you using your official university email address; and, most faculty communicate with students through the Canvas course management system (which also uses your official email address.) To ensure you receive all college communication, we strongly encourage you to claim and use your UTmail address as your official university address.

Email distribution lists are used by the Dean’s Office for official communication and are refreshed on the first of every month. If you update your official university email address, the change may take some time to go through. Please continue to check your former email address for important messages from the Dean’s Office until you are confident that the new address is being used.

Visit this site to claim your UTmail.  To update your official address, visit UT Direct.


See also University Policy for Retroactive Withdrawal and Code of Conduct.