With a rural campus, the pharmacy school of the Cedarville University is located in one of the user friendly parts of Cedarville. The institution is religiously affiliated to Baptist, Evangelical organizations. The entire university prepares about 3,200 students, yet not all of them study pharmacy.
The institution was established in 1887. It is privately owned. The first years were quite ambiguous because the first classes were organized in 1892 only. However, students were taking these courses in an unofficial way because the school was officially opened in 1894.
The tuition cost is general for all the programs – $30,558. It is subject of change, so do not sign up without asking about the current taxes. There are a series of variable fees too. Supplies, manuals and textbooks tend to go up to $1,200, while other services and expenses might go up to $1,100. Students who require accommodation on site must pay $5,750. All these fees are annual.
With a few publications and some good rankings, the Cedarville University is one of the most respected schooling institutions from Ohio.
As for the actual programs, there are only three of them – one doctorate in pharmacy and two Bachelor’s degrees in pharmaceutical sciences and prepharmacy.