Alumni & Friends

The Howard University College of Pharmacy Alumni Association is based on the belief that the needs of the alumni and alma mater are of the utmost importance. Our entire association is committed to meeting those needs. Our pharmacy alumni website allows you to stay connected online with your colleagues and friends within the HU Pharmacy community!

Founded in 1959, the Howard University Pharmacy Alumni Association was created:

  • To cultivate and promote the art and science of pharmacy and its collateral branches
  • To elevate professional standards
  • To foster fraternal relations among alumni of the College of Pharmacy at Howard University and the students and faculty
  • To help raise the standards and improve the methods of pharmaceutical education
  • To secure the enactment and enforcement of just pharmaceutical laws
  • To offer or provide every opportunity to its members for post graduate professional advancement
  • To maintain the necessary and proper obligations and responsibilities of the members to the University, the community, and the world

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Association (HUPAA) was founded in 1959 and is the oldest alumni constituent unit under the umbrella of the Howard University Alumni Association.

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Website: www.hurxalumni.com

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Board of Visitors Fall 2020

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Alumni Giving Back

Donor Profile: Leonard L. Edloe, Pharm.D

When Leonard L. Edloe, Pharm.D, took to the lectern in the fall to deliver the second annual Legacy Lecture at Howard University College of Pharmacy, his presence and the event might have been considered a homecoming, of sorts; except, Dr. Edloe never really left the College. Since earning his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in 1970, Dr. Leonard Dr. Edloe has played an active role in the life of the College of Pharmacy. During the question and answer portion of the lecture, when asked what role the College of pharmacy played in his success, Dr. Read the Article