Life is a series of experiences, and the breadth and depth of these experiences cause us to grow and mature. As has been evidenced in the past, educational experiences are not solely experienced through the pursuit of study in a classroom of higher education, but they also occur in social, work, and extracurricular environments. So it is with pharmacy. The training of a pharmacist, not only to become a good practitioner of pharmacy, but also to become a leader in the community, is derived not only from from the classroom and internship experiences, but also through activity in professional organizations.
For additional information about individual student organizations, please visit the Professional Organizations page.