ACPE Outcomes Disclosure Information 

The School of Pharmacy has released a letter that addresses our accreditation status, its impact on our current Pharm.D. students as well as future applicants, and our course of action. The Dean of the School of Pharmacy, Dr. Anand Iyer, is dedicated to providing updated information to both our students and to our scholarly community. In the provided link, a copy of the letter can be viewed. The School of Pharmacy is in the process of appealing, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to our students’ educational and professional successes.

ACPE Outcomes Disclosures Information

Accreditation

ACPE mandates that Hampton University School of Pharmacy utilize the following language with regards to its current accreditation status:

Hampton University School of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy Program has been given the status of Accredited with Probation while under appeal by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, 190 South LaSalle Street, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60603, 312/664-3575; FAX 866/228-2631, web site www.acpe-accredit.org [acpe-accredit.org],” for compliance issues with Standard No. 17:  Progression.  For an explanation of the program’s Accredited with Probation while under appeal status, consult the Office of the Dean or ACPE.”

Response to Accreditation Status

For an explanation of the program’s Accredited with Probation status, consult the Office of the Dean or ACPE. The school is actively working toward addressing these issues and has provided two Explanatory Statements (Jan 2018 and July 2017) from the Dean, Dr. Anand Iyer, that specifically details the action plan.

Program Outcomes

  • 76.7% of the 2018 graduating class completed the Pharm.D. program within four (4) years.
  • The NAPLEX pass rate for the Class of 2018 was 72.73%.
  • As of July 2019, 78% of the 2018 graduating class reported being employed within the profession of pharmacy, including 64% in community pharmacy practice and 2% in hospital pharmacy practice.
  • 14% of the Pharm.D. graduates were accepted into a residency program or fellowship.