As a student in Belmont University's College of Pharmacy, you will have countless opportunities to learn and serve outside the classroom. Being a part of the Pharmacy program means you will have the opportunity to work in the on-campus pharmacy, research in the lab, pursue internships and volunteer in the Nashville community. Because of Belmont's unique mission-minded christian community, students are empowered to engage and transform the world. Dozens of students in the College of Pharmacy live this out each year through mission trips across the country and throughout the world.
Here are a few other opportunities Pharmacy students can take advantage of:
Want to form a new College of Pharmacy student organization?
1) Notify the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs in the College of Pharmacy
2) Meet with the Office of Student Activities on Belmont’s main campus
3) Review How to Start a New Organization and the Pharmacy Student Organizations Handbook
4) Submit the Intent to Organize a New Student Organization Form via BruinLink (located on MyBelmont) by the specified date each semester