• Date

    April 18, 2020

  • Location

    UIC Health Sciences Campus – Rockford
    1601 Parkview Avenue
    Rockford, Illinois 61107

  • Application Process

    Applications due March 30, 2020

     

About High School Pharmacy Camp

The UIC College of Pharmacy High School Pharmacy camp (HSPC) is a half day, introductory experience designed to expose high school students to the field of pharmacy — it takes place at the UIC Health Sciences Campus at Rockford. HSPC began in 2016 and has helped participants decide if pharmacy is right for them (https://pharmacyforme.org/).  Past participants have included individuals from Illinois as well as out-of-state high school students interested in the profession.  We welcome a diverse group of individuals to apply to attend. With over 80 career paths in the field of pharmacy, High School Pharmacy Camp gives participants an opportunity to  learn about traditional roles for pharmacists as well as novel opportunities you can pursue with a pharmacy degree!

New to the 2020 High School Pharmacy Camp, the UIC College of Pharmacy at Rockford will also offer a half day experience for parents, guardians, and anyone who may be a future pharmacy student supporter. Continue to check our website for more information about this exciting new experience! To apply for the parent/guardian/supporter track, please ask your student to select “Yes” on the Parent/Guardian Track question on their application.

Housing

Housing will not be provided for High School Pharmacy Camp.

 

Cost to Attend

The cost to attend this institute is $25, which includes fees associated with lab activities, breakfast, lunch, and a t-shirt.

Because of the generous support of the Community Foundation of Northern Illinois (CFNIL) with support from the Dr. Louis and Violet Rubin Foundation, selected students from Boone, Ogle, Stephenson and Winnebago Counties will be charged $10 to attend the Summer Pharmacy Institute.

 

Applying for the Program

Applicants  must be a current high school student. Previous experience in the field of pharmacy is not required or expected.

Applicants will be notified regarding their status in the program the week of March 30, 2020. A non-refundable payment of $25 is due by Friday, April 17 to reserve your seat in the High School Pharmacy Camp.

Space is limited and early registration is encouraged. The deadline for applications is Monday, March 30, 2020.