Becoming a Preceptor

Preceptors serve as practitioner-educators for introductory and advanced pharmacy practice experiences. They train PharmD students in professional settings throughout the four year program. Experiential education is 40% of the curriculum and preceptors play an integral role in making our students practice ready.

Email the Experiential Education Team to apply


Eligibility Requirements

  • Active pharmacist license in good-standing allowing you to practice in your state
  • One year of active practice as a licensed pharmacist
  • Out-of-state preceptors must precept for another institution. The EE Office must verify that the institution has conducted a quality assurance measure (i.e. site visit)
  • Professional development- participate in at least one activity each year
  • View Preceptor Orientation Video

Responsibilities During Rotations

  • Review and discuss the student's Initial Self-Evaluation
  • Offer frequent, helpful feedback continuously throughout the rotation
  • Complete a midpoint evaluation of the student in CORE ELMS. Discuss the evaluation with the student and identify areas of strength and improvement to guide the remaining rotation activities
  • Complete a final evaluation of the student in CORE ELMS. Discuss the evaluation with the student to identify progress during the rotation, areas of strengths, and areas of improvement to help guide them throughout their future rotations/career
  • Help the student complete any additional assignments if needed
  • Participate in the College of Pharmacy site visit as needed
  • Contact the Experiential Education Team with any concerns


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