Xavier University classifies students who apply to the university to complete their pre-pharmacy coursework as transfer students. As such, these students must comply with the requirements for admission to Xavier University.
In general, the College of Pharmacy does not accept transfer students from other colleges or schools of Pharmacy. However, these students may be considered for admission under exceptional circumstances. Each request for transfer is evaluated on an individual basis.
They will be required to submit the following:
- a letter of recommendation from a secondary school official.
- Original certificate of national examination taken by the student
- Xavier University Certificate of Financial Support (use link to document) ADD: Applicants should review the University’s “Information for International Students”
(Notarized affidavit of support indicating who will pay the cost of attendance)
- Non English speaking natives are required to submit official TOEFL (test of English as a Foreign Language) scores.
The College of Pharmacy Academic Standing Committee will review requests for readmission by former pharmacy students. A student who left the university in good academic standing and wishes to return should submit an Application for Readmission directly to the Coordinator of Student Records and Academic Support in the College of Pharmacy.
A student who has not been enrolled due to academic reasons (dismissal, probation, etc.) must complete: 1) an Application for Readmission; 2) a Request for Readmission Form; and 3) a Probationary Action Plan. The Probationary Action Plan will be due prior to the first day of class during the semester in which the student re-enrolls. These documents should be submitted to the Office of Student Affairs in the College of Pharmacy.
A student who was not in good academic standing (cumulative G.P.A. below 2.0) when he or she left the College of Pharmacy must schedule an appointment with the Counseling Center after an application for readmission has been submitted. If a student is denied readmission by the College of Pharmacy Academic Standing Committee, the student has a right to a written appeal of the decision to the University Academic Standing Committee. This appeal (University Academic Appeal Form) must be received in the Registrar’s Office by July 1.