Academic Advising

Both The University of Texas and the College of Pharmacy have a special commitment to students to provide sound academic advising.

Academic Advising with Greg Caldera

Greg Caldera, Academic Advisor

In order to meet that commitment, The University has developed a Mission Statement that serves to focus the many Advising Services available across campus.

The College of Pharmacy, in accordance with The University mission, employs a number of academic and career advisors who do an excellent job in matching students with the resources and information they need.

All university students may use any of the following resources:
Counseling and Mental Health Center
Sanger Learning Center
University Writing Center
HR Student Employees

Advising Resources for Pharmacy Students

Pre-Pharmacy Students

Current UT Students: Advising is available for pre-pharmacy students in the College of Natural Sciences Health Professions Office, PAI 5.03, (512-471-3172).

Transfer Students:
Contact Ann Spencer in PHR 5.112A (512-471-4425). See also the University Admissions page for transfer students and course equivalencies for many Texas universities.

Professional Students (Pharm.D.)

Information for Pharm.D. students is available at this site; or, contact Greg Caldera in PHR 5.112 (512-471-1737) for an advising appointment.

Graduate Students

Dr. Karen Rascati, Graduate Advisor

Dr. Karen Rascati, Graduate Advisor

Dr. Karen Rascati, the Graduate Adviser in the College of Pharmacy has overall responsibility for counseling and academic advising of graduate students in pharmaceutical sciences. However, each division within the College of Pharmacy appoints a Division Graduate Adviser, (DGA) who aids the students with course selection and programmatic progress. Each student must be advised by their DGA each semester before registering until they enter candidacy, to ensure the student is on track to graduate.

Contact Charmarie (Char) Burke in PHR 4.220 (512-471-6590) for an appointment or contact your supervising professor.

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