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School policies and academic guidelines can be found in the Student Handbook.

The Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate program in the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy is committed to the development of the whole student.  To that end, professional development is promoted, encouraged, and celebrated. We strive for our students to reach their maximum potential beyond the classroom and the lab bench. Through skill development opportunities, our students put themselves in position to succeed as leaders and well-rounded citizens.

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For information about designing and costs of printing research posters and to request a poster, visit our poster printing information page.

In accordance with the federal Campus Security Act (also known as the Clery Act), you can find a copy of the University’s annual campus security report by visiting the respective web page below. It contains information on crime and arrest statistics, crime reporting and emergency warning procedures, alcohol and drug policies, sexual assault response procedures, campus police authority and jurisdiction, building security, and educational programs on crime prevention and security.

UNC Chapel Hill Campus Security Reports

To request a paper copy of the report, write to UNC Chapel Hill Security Report, CB# 9150, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-9150.

For more information on the Campus Security Act please visit the Clery Center website.