Student Organizations

Students have a variety of opportunities to develop their leadership and professional skills through roles in student organizations. Local clubs and chapters of national organizations and honoraries at the College of Pharmacy are listed below.

For Students Not Yet Admitted into the PharmD Program

Pre-Pharmacy Club

For PharmD Students

Graduate Students

Graduate Student Council and Other Organizations

Printing Certificates

Certificates can be sent to the Office of Student Services for assistance with set up. Please include:

  • The recipient's name
  • The name of the organization/individual presenting the award
  • The date that should be on the award
  • Language around what the award is for (participation in an event, recognition of excellence in teaching, etc)
  • The deadline when you need the certificates by

Becki Ahrendt can provide additional information as related to these clubs as well. 

Organization & Student Council Resources

Share your stories with the College of Pharmacy! We have multiple tools and ways to share what your student organization is doing. Contact Michelle Armstrong for more information, and be sure to explore the resources provided. Other resources are available on the Current Students webpage. 

PharmWeekly is the official internal communication for the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy, published during the academic year weekly on Mondays at 10 a.m. by the Communications Office. If you have a submission, email it to by the Friday prior no later than 2 p.m. 

To make edits to your respective Club/Organization webpages, please complete the Website Update Form.

Poster templates and printing services are available for faculty and student research. Please review the process and guidelines before your begin.

Official R. Ken Coit College of Pharmacy logos are available for download on the College Assets webpage

The College of Pharmacy is on social media! If you would like to post and event, sale or announcement to these platforms, send your information to Michelle Armstrong



Drachman Hall A and B

Any paper advertisement, flier, announcements to be hung in the Drachman Hall buildings (A or B) shall first be approved by the Student Services Office in the appropriate building (A302 or B107).

Posting Announcements Steps
  1. Bring an original copy to the Office of Student Services in the building which you wish to hang the announcement.
    • Drachman Hall A110
    • Drachman Hall B107
  2. The announcement will be initialed and dated by the office, upon approval.
    Copies of the announcement showing the initials and date can be made
  3. Announcement Location
    • Announcements may be hung indoors on plastic, metal or bulletin boards ONLY.
      • Special permission can be granted for posting on painted walls or glass doors. Ask the appropriate Student Services Offices
    • Announcements may not be taped, nailed, screwed or in any way attached to the outside metal or brick siding of the building
  4. Removal of Announcements
    It is the responsibility of the organization or the individual to remove announcements no later than two days following the event. Failure to do so may result in denial of future postings. 

Any paper advertisement, flier, or announcements to be hung on the Phoenix Bioscience Core shall first be approved by the Student Services Office.

Posting Announcements Steps
  1. Email a copy of the announcement to the Office of Student Services
  2. Please designate amount of copies you need when submitting to the Office of Student Services.
  3. Announcement Location
    • Must be hung in designated sign holders on campus
  4. Removal of Announcements
    It is the responsibility of the organization or the individual to remove announcements. Failure to do so may result in denial of future postings. 
Post/Notices Guidelines

In an effort to ensure appropriate materials are disseminated, sign holders are in the following locations:

Health Sciences Education Building
  • All five elevators
    • Main lobby (4)
    • Library (1)
  • Above the drinking fountain on each floor
  • First-floor student lounge
  • First-floor café
Building(s) 1,2,3 and ABC1
  • Above the drinking fountain on each floor
  • In elevators
General Policies
  • Ensure that materials are appropriate (language, content, images etc.)
  • Ensure that materials are maintained and if they become damaged, replace them
  • Ensure that materials are taken down at ALL locations in a timely manner (i.e., when 'event' is done)
  • Be respectful of others that have already posted materials (i.e., don't overcrowd, cover other materials, etc.)
  • Do not use tape to post signage in any of these locations
Campus Leadership reserves the right to revise this policy at any time and to remove materials that do not follow the policies listed above or that are posted in locations throughout campus other than the approved areas.

The following information provides the appropriate steps to requesting a meeting on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.

Requesting a Meeting on PBC Campus
  1. Requests must be submitted at least 3 business days prior to your meeting. Meetings must be:
    • Within normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8-5 p.m.)
    • Meetings must be less than four hours long
    • Held on a single day
    • Scheduled in a single room
    • Attended by internal participants
  2. Please provide the following information:
    • Meeting name, date, start & end times
    • Room preference & estimated attendance
    • Do you require video conferencing
    • Will there be food?
  • Meetings where you will be bringing in food (brown bag lunch, pizza, cupcakes, coffee, packaged snacks, etc.) require a custodial cleanup. If you bring in food without notifying the student services coordinator, you may be assessed a cleanup fee.
  • Meetings that do not meet all of the above conditions, or which require catering or Audio/Visual support are considered Special Events, and need to follow the Special Events guidelines below.
Special Events
  1. Requests must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event.
  2. Please provide the following information:

    • Event name & description
    • Event date(s), start & end times, setup & tear down times
    • Room preference & estimated attendance
    • Room Needs (tables, chairs, electrical, A/V, signage, etc.)
    • Will food or alcohol be present?
    • Are attendants charged a fee?
    • Who is sponsoring the event?
    • Account (KFS) number
    • Event Contact Name

    Custodial, Security and Audio/Visual fees may be assessed.

Requests for meetings or events must be made via email through the Student Services Coordinator.


Mildred Curran

Mildred Curran
Director, Student Services

Email Mildred Curran
Phone: 520-626-5120
Drachman Hall