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College of Pharmacy Student Performance Data

for Admitted and Graduated Students
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The Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy collects and analyzes data to help improve the quality and delivery of its program. The following data pertains to both admitted and graduated pharmacy students.

Academic Profiles

This table provides applicant data for those students who enrolled in the College of Pharmacy for the past four years.

Graduation Year

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

Number of Applicants

568

597

729

719

670

618

Entering Class Size

66

71

66

64

71

65

Cumulative GPA

3.20

3.13

3.23

3.08

3.15

3.25

Science/Math GPA

3.21

3.11

3.18

3.10

3.15

3.21

PCAT Composite

54

50

52

59

58

53

In-State Residents

54

47

36

39

51

47

Average Age at Entry

25

24

24

28

26

26

Graduation and Retention Rates

This table provides persistence, retention and graduation data for each class. As an accelerated program, on-time graduation is defined as three years from matriculation. Graduation delays may result from medical or personal leaves of absence or academic performance.

Class of

Number Admitted

On-Time Graduation

Delayed Graduation

Withdrew from Program

Overall Retention Rate

2014

66

61

2(A), 1(M/P)

2

97%

2015

71

65

3(A)

3

96%

2016

66

61

1(A), 1(M/P)

3

95%

2017

64

56

3(A), 2(M/P)

3

95%

(A) - Academic (M/P) - Medical or Personal

NAPLEX Pass Rates

After graduation from a PharmD program, graduates must pass the North American Pharmacist Licensure Exam (NAPLEX), and the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE) for the state in which they wish to practice pharmacy. The NAPLEX pass rate for Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy graduates is presented below.

 

2014

2015

2016

Roosevelt (1st-Time Test-Takers)

95%

85%

78%

Roosevelt (Overall Test-Takers)

95%

85%

88%

National

94.88%

92%

85.85%

 

Residency Match Data

A number of pharmacy students apply for a post-graduate residency or fellowship during their final year in pharmacy school. These one-or two-year residencies or fellowships are extremely competitive. Successful applicants begin their residency or fellowship after graduation.

 

2014

2015

2016

2017

Number Applied

14

15

10

14

Number Matched

7

6

5

5