College of Pharmacy

Howard University College of Pharmacy strives to be a premier University in teaching, learning, research, leadership and service locally and globally.

2300 4th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20059
Phone: (202) 806-6530



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The members of the Dean's Circle are remarkable individuals who believe in the future of the Howard University College of Pharmacy and personally invest in its success each year. By supporting innovative teaching, experiential learning, groundbreaking research, and the building fund, members of the Dean's Circle are changing the world.

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Student Testimonial: Suzanne Mpacko - Class of 2024

In reflection on my experience at Howard University Hospital for my IPPE II rotation, I have gained timeless knowledge on the pursuit of my career as a pharmacist. Being a three-year experienced pharmacy tech/intern at CVS pharmacy, I had never been pushed outside of my comfort zone to see a different aspect of pharmacy. My IPPE rotation allowed me to see the similarities and differences in the two work settings. My preceptor being clinical pharmacist in the research unit at HUH helped me broaden my horizons as to what the role and duties of a clinical pharmacist is. Read the Article


College of Pharmacy Student Testimonial: Kuang-Heng (Jason) Hsiao - Class of 2023

I have learned so much during my IPPE I rotation with Dr. Cyprian Sabah at Dupont Circle Pharmacy. Being an independent pharmacy, I got to see deeper into what it is like to run your own pharmacy business, as well as the pros and cons associated with being an independent pharmacy. Read the Article


Student Testimonial: Dr. David Emaikwu, PharmD - Class of 2022

My time at Howard University was a mixed bag of emotions and experiences. There were moments of triumph such as receiving grants that I automatically qualified for and the harder moments such as my Spring 2020 semester when I was unable to register for courses for several weeks because of financial aid delays. The professors were some of my favorite aspects of the program. Beyond didactic interactions, they were mentors outside of the lecture halls. My experiential rotations were also variable, but mostly positive. Read the Article