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Medical College of Wisconsin Pharmacy School - Now Accepting Applications for the 2025-2026 School Year

Apply on PharmCAS by June 2, 2025
The school year for the Class of 2028 begins on Monday, July 7, 2025
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Meet With Our Student Affairs Team 

We invite you to come see all the Medical College of Wisconsin campus has to offer! Schedule a time to chat with the Student Affairs team, meet faculty / current students, and explore our classroom and lab spaces.

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Hope Goes, BS

Education Program Coordinator II

hgoes@mcw.edu

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Kendra Kalscheur, MS

Program Manager for Student Affairs and Enrollment

kkalscheur@mcw.edu

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Angela Kowalski, MS

Program Manager of Student Affairs

akowalski@mcw.edu

Important Dates

July 11, 2024: PharmCAS Application Opens
April 1, 2025: Priority Application Deadline
June 2, 2025: Final Application Deadline
June 30, 2025: All prerequisite classes must be completed
July 7, 2025: Classes begin

Become the Pharmacist of the Future

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Requirements

View the list of prerequisite courses, eligibility requirements, and information about the application and interview process.

Learn about our requirements
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Apply

See the list of important deadlines and steps to submit your application.

Learn how to apply
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Student Housing Guide

This document will assist you with obtaining housing accommodations while you study at the MCW of Pharmacy.

Housing Guide
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Financial Aid and Tuition

Learn more about the cost of MCW Pharmacy School tuition, and options for financing, scholarships, and financial aid.

Learn more about financial aid and tuition
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Undergraduate Dual Degree Programs

Students attending one of our 13 partner undergraduate institutions in Wisconsin can earn their bachelor’s degree and PharmD in as little as six years.

Learn about our undergraduate dual degree programs

Information for Prospective Students

  • Academic Support and Enrichment

    Review information regarding academic advising, peer tutoring, academic enhancement, boards preparation and the clinical advising program.

    Learn more
  • Academic Calendar

    Important dates

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  • Student Inclusion

    Student Inclusion is committed to supporting diversity of all types in healthcare education as well as recruiting and supporting students and residents who are Under-Represented in Medicine (URM)

    Learn more
  • Student Records

    Review bulletins, handbooks, policies, academic calendars, and courses and submit requests to the Office of the Registrar.

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Connect with a Student

What Trail Will You Blaze?


By taking the first step toward your pharmacy education at the MCW Pharmacy School, you commit to becoming a key provider in improving care for patients with chronic diseases and patients needing acute care. You will partner with patients to ensure health and wellness across their lifespan, and increase accessibility in the community to health screenings, immunizations and other important health services. It is a monumental and meaningful task, and we are here to guide you every step of the way.


Hematology/Oncology Pharmacist


At MCW, we know that to be a pharmacist is to advocate for the health and wellbeing of every individual you encounter as a professional. Whether you want to focus your professional efforts on contributing to trends in precision medicine, pharmacogenomics, cancer, psychiatry, or focus on providing primary care services in your community, we surround you with everything you need to emerge from MCW fully prepared to meet the demands facing the next generation of pharmacists.

Emergency Medicine Pharmacist


Through your educational experience, you will learn how to provide better quality healthcare as part of an interprofessional team. Additionally, you will discover how you can most effectively contribute to the quality of life for your patients and your community. 

Contact Us

If you have any questions or would like to learn more, please contact the Pharmacy School Office of Student Affairs.

MCW Pharmacy School
8701 Watertown Plank Rd.
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 955-7476


Hope Goes, BS

Education Program Coordinator II
hgoes@mcw.edu
Meet With Me

Kendra Kalscheur
Program Manager for Student Affairs
kkalscheur@mcw.edu
Meet With Me

Angela Kowalski, MS
Enrollment Program Manager
Office of Student Affairs
(414) 955-2646
akowalski@mcw.edu
Meet With Me

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