Welcome to the School of Pharmacy

As a pharmacist, you'll be the catalyst for health promotion, disease prevention, and medication optimization. Blend your love for science, healthcare, and helping people into a rewarding career. Our program offers cutting-edge technology, hands-on experiences, and invaluable connections with top-notch faculty. The college is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and is accredited by Accreditation council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). Make an IMPACT.  Be a PHARMACIST.

The college is a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE).

Learn more about opportunities for you in the NDSU School of Pharmacy.

Gear up for Giving Day

“If a donor was sitting across from me, I’d probably given them a hug…I’m so grateful,” says nutrition sciences student Azalea Benjamin who’s received scholarships from generous donors. Your gift to the College of Health and Human Sciences on NDSU Giving Day on November 28 makes a difference in the lives of students and beyond.Learn how you can make a lasting impact.

What's happening?

Photo of research lab and close up of hand holding pipette

Multiple faculty and student teams in NDSU Pharmaceutical Sciences are involved in research to treat and prevent disease in a variety of areas.

Alzheimer’s Disease research

  • A $3.2 million…

Gov. Doug Burgum and First Lady Kathryn Burgum present Trailblazer Award at Recovery Reinvented conference


The ONE Program in the NDSU School of Pharmacy received the 2023 Trailblazer Award from North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and First Lady Kathryn Burgum at the Recovery Reinvented 7th annual…

Photo of Onebox that contains lifesaving naloxone

More than 250 locations across the state now have a way to easily access naloxone to help someone who is experiencing an opioid crisis. An initiative by the Opioid and Naloxone (ONE) Program located…

photo of Dr. Jagdish Singh in lab

In the lab of a researcher at North Dakota State University, increasing understanding of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s Disease and new ways to treat it are the goal.

A $3.2 million…

Pharmacy students Katelyn Ewer and Rachel Grande are pictured next to their research poster about pharmacists' role in high insulin prices

NDSU pharmacy students Katelyn Ewer and Rachel Grande discuss their research on A Pharmacist's Role in Addressing High Insulin Costs.

For NDSU School of Pharmacy students, what they learn inside…

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