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University of Hawaii at Hilo

Hilo, Hawaii
1.90714
Naplex Pass Rate
72.60%
Acceptance
43.48%
Average GPA
3.10
Cost
$23,856
Reputation
Low
Cost of Living
133%
OVERVIEW
Institution Type
Public
Accreditation
Full Accreditation
Program Length
4 years
Program Structure
Traditional
Total Admitted Students
90 students
Foreign Application
Yes
ADMISSION
Average GPA
3.10
Minimum Prepharmacy
2 years
Admission Ratio
2.3:1
APPLICATION
Early Decision
Yes
Supplement Application
Yes
Bachelor Requirement
Yes
PCAT Requirement
No
Interview Requirement
Yes
Letter of Reference
2
US Residency
Yes
COST: IN-STATE
First-Year Tuition
$23,856
Second-Year Tuition
$23,856
Third-Year Tuition
$23,856
Fourth-Year Tuition
$23,856
COST: OUT-OF-STATE
First-Year Tuition
$40,800
Second-Year Tuition
$40,800
Third-Year Tuition
$40,800
Fourth-Year Tuition
$40,800
APPLICATION DEADLINE
6/3/2019
ACADEMIC DETAILS
Research Prowness
59.80%
Academic Reputation
Low
Number of Publications
310
COST OF LIVING
Cost of Living
133%
Room & Board per year
$11,760
Room & Board per month
$980
Women
69%
Men
31%
CONTACT INFORMATION
200 W. Kawili Street Hilo, Hawaii 96720
Kristy Fujii
DETAILED INFORMATION

The University of Hawaii at Hilo (UH Hilo) was founded in 1947 and is one of three universities in the University of Hawaii System. UH Hilo’s diverse population combined with its unique location provides a supportive environment that prepares students to work with a wide variety of patients and situations. The College of Pharmacy received full accreditation in June 2011 after the first group of PharmD students graduated in May 2011. In 2013, the College was named the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy (DKICP) in honor of the late US Senator. Construction for DKICP’s permanent building began in Fall 2016 and is expected to be completed in 2018.

DKICP embraces the Institute of Medicine’s five core competencies for healthcare professionals as key components of the curriculum. These include providing patient-centered care, working in interdisciplinary teams, applying evidence-based practice, implementing quality improvements, and utilizing information technology. Pharmacy practice areas of drug information, therapeutics, pharmaceutical care, and experiential education permeate each year. The curriculum incorporates community outreach and service learning while embracing Hawaii’s cultural values.

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