The below resources are intended to assist students throughout their progression within the Taneja College of Pharmacy, Graduate Programs. If you have specific questions regarding these resources, please contact the associated department.
Please refer to the University Scholarships & Financial Aid Office for information and resources.
The USF Taneja College of Pharmacy, Graduate Programs, offers qualifying new students a departmental scholarship based on merit. Once you are admitted to the program, our Admissions Team will contact you with more information on how to apply.
Students enrolled in the PharmD and M.S. in Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology concurrent degree program are eligible to receive the Interdisciplinary Collegiate Award. Students must apply to the graduate degree program, by the Department set deadlines, in order to be eligible to receive scholarship funds.
Fall: June 1st
Spring: October 15th
Summer: February 15th
For more information, please contact:
Danielle H. Gamboni, MA
Assistant Director of Graduate Programs
If you reside in one of the 16 states that are members of the Southern Regional Educational Board (SREB) then you are eligible to apply for in-state tuition. The member states include Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. Residents from non-SREB states are not eligible to apply to Academic Common Market.
The purpose of theAcademic Common Market (ACM)is to provide programs of study to graduate studentsthat are not availablein their home state. The student must first be accepted for admission by following the normal admission procedure at the University of South Florida. The student must beaccepted as a degree-seeking student in the specified major with a regular admission status. Students with a provisional or non-degree-seeking status at the institution are ineligible for ACM participation. Once your application is processed and you have been admitted to USF, then contact the education commission or council in your state to submit your request to be considered as an Academic Common Market student.
To obtain information for participating states, please visit the Southern Regional Education Board.
Frequently Asked Questions can be found online.