You want a pharmacy education that isn’t just focused on preparing you for your future — but in preparing you to make a true difference in the lives of others. You’ll find that at the Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy.
The highly respected Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. Our incoming classes are limited to 75 students so that you experience highly personalized instruction. If you take pre-pharmacy courses at PBA, you may be eligible to be part of our guaranteed interview program.
GSOP students excel in the classroom and their community. PBA’s pharmacy graduates have routinely exceeded both the State and U.S. average in the NAPLEX pass rate. GSOP students have placed first in the annual Florida Pharmacy Association NASPA/NMA competition four of the past five years. In addition GSOP students complete annually over 4,500 hours of service both locally and abroad.
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The Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy is housed in Gregory Hall, a four-story, 45,000-square-foot building constructed in 2004, which utilizes advanced educational technology to enhance the learning experience.
You’ll learn from seasoned professionals — caring educators who have conducted groundbreaking work to improve the lives of others. One faculty member received a grant to create a pharmacist-run, primary care indigent clinic to address the health care needs of West Palm Beach’s underserved population. She also received a $500,000 grant from the Quantum Foundation for site replication of the pharmacotherapy model Integrated Pharmacotherapy Services™, which she developed.
You’ll gain confidence and impact the lives of others through our medical mission trips to places abroad such as Costa Rica, Africa, Belize, the Amazon and the Dominican Republic. And locally, Belle Glade, Florida.
“The people at the Gregory School of Pharmacy are part of my extended family. I learned so much and never felt alone. From the bonds I've made and the knowledge I've gained, I feel prepared to be an efficient and successful Christian pharmacist."
-- Misti Curcio, alumna, Pharm. D.