Welcome to the website for Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences! The College is a vital part of the upper highlands community within Louisville, Kentucky. We offer an accelerated three-year Doctor of Pharmacy program where students finish their education a year quicker than about ninety percent of other U.S. colleges and schools of pharmacy. The College graduated its inaugural class in 2011 and is developing rich traditions in serving the community. Our student body is a highly talented, diverse group engaged in excelling in the profession. The staff and faculty are passionate about educating the next generation of pharmacists and take great pride in getting to know each student.

We are a community-centered program, reflected in our Mission Statement: to improve the health and wellness of individuals and communities through developing dynamic and thoughtful leaders, serving the needs of diverse populations, and innovating to improve the human condition. Through our collaborative efforts, we aim to achieve a Vision of exceptional well-being –improving lives one student, one patient, one community at a time. Our core values, reflecting the attitudes and culture of the College, are compassion, leadership, excellence, advocacy, and respect.

I am excited that you are visiting our website! If you are interested in a career in pharmacy, the website should provide you with an introduction to our program and life as a student pharmacist. We appreciate your interest in the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and look forward to answering any questions you have about pharmacy education. If you are interested in scheduling a visit or if you would like more information, please contact my office at (502) 413-8640.

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Cindy D. Stowe, PharmD
Dean and Professor
Sullivan University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

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