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Howard University

College of Pharmacy

2300 Fourth Street NW
20059, Washington D.C.
United States

Howard University College of pharmacy. Founded in 1867, Howard University, located in Washington D.C., is a private co-educational institution of higher learning. The university has over 10,000 students enrolled in 13 schools and colleges. Howard University has a rich and successful history of training “Pharmacy Leaders for America and the Global Community”. The College of Pharmacy has 29 FTE faculty, and a number of part-time faculty members who serve a professional student body of over 300 students and graduate students.  The College is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and offers the Doctor of Pharmacy degree; distance learning based non-traditional Doctor of Pharmacy degree, and PhD degrees in Pharmaceutical Sciences.  The diverse faculty, student population, and location provide a culturally enriching environment and opportunities for growth and development. 
Organization Information-Howard University
Established in 1867, Howard University is one of the nation’s leading research universities dedicated to educating students from diverse backgrounds, with a particular focus on African American students, as well as those of all other racial and ethnic groups from the United States and the world. The University received its first accreditation from the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools in 1921 and has had its accreditation reaffirmed at every required interval thereafter. 
Howard’s campus contains 89 buildings, and covers 256 acres in Washington, DC, and includes a 108-acre research facility in Beltsville, Maryland. Today, Howard is one of only 48 U.S. private, doctoral/research-extensive universities. Its 10,500 students enjoy academic pursuits in more than 120 areas of study leading to undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees. These students come from virtually every state, the District of Columbia and nearly 70 countries. Howard’s academic programs are offered by 13 schools and colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences; the School of Business; the School of Communications; the College of Dentistry; the School of Divinity; the School of Education; the College of Engineering and Architecture; the Graduate School; the School of Law; the College of Medicine, the College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences; the College of Pharmacy; and the School of Social Work. 
The University competes in 17 varsity sports including basketball, football, bowling, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, both indoor and outdoor track, and volleyball. Howard is a unique university with a special mission that addresses the higher education needs of the nation and the world. Since its founding, Howard has been open to men and women from all racial and ethnic groups. 

The University has awarded more than 100,000 degrees in the arts, sciences, and humanities. Howard ranks among the highest producers of the nation’s Black professionals in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, engineering, nursing, architecture, religion, law, music, social work, and education. The University has long held a commitment to the education and advancement of disadvantaged persons in American society and throughout the world. The goal is the elimination of inequities related to race, color, social, economic, and political circumstances. Howard’s motto, Veritas et Utilitas, or Truth and Service, is woven throughout its academic, student, faculty and research programs. More information is available at www2.howard.edu.