Our graduates are competitive
with those from any pharmacy program in the country, equaling or
exceeding other graduates in scientific knowledge; clinical expertise;
and their ability to think broadly, address complex problems, and adapt
to diverse environments.
Our faculty are recognized world-wide for their leadership in pharmacy
education, scholarship, research, and outreach as well as their pursuit
of academic and intellectual leadership and integrity.
We will be recognized within Oregon and beyond as a force for change in
pharmacy practice and a resource to practitioners wanting to experiment
with bold new practice models
quality and completeness of our studentsí education is our top priority.
* We pursue excellence in education and scholarship.
* We have the responsibility to assure that our graduates will safeguard
the health of the public.
* There is community within the faculty and staff that is premised on
collegiality, mutual trust, respect, honesty, and integrity.
* We value diversity within our faculty, staff, students, teaching, and
scholarship in helping us to be better members of our community and
* The College is responsible to its students, staff, and faculty to help
them grow personally and professionally.
In the modern
times, class-room instruction does not fulfil all the
requirements for the new age pupil. Knowledge is now accessible
at the click of a mouse anytime and anywhere. However, the
teachers role is important in molding character.
Teachers must be role models to students. After the home, the
next best person to inculcate moral values is the teacher. At
various times, a teacher is called to be a mentor, counselor,
nurse, surrogate parent, and guide. He has many hats to wear.
The success of a school lies in how well he can juggle these