The ACPE-accredited Fisher Pharm.D. Online program pathway from the Wegmans School of Pharmacy at St. John Fisher College is 151 credits and can be completed in four years. Students who are committed to helping people achieve healthier lives and are aligned with our mission of intellectual, professional, and civic integrity are encouraged to apply. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

Application Deadlines

Fisher Pharm.D. Online offers two start dates per year in May and September. The May cohort is an early start for September, allowing you to complete some courses early.

The application cycle for the September 2021 cohort has closed. PharmCAS will reopen for the 2022 application cycle on July 14. In the meantime, you can speak with an admissions counselor at 833-976-1429 or

Early Start

Applicants to our 2022 cohort can take advantage of our Early Start option — a unique opportunity to begin earning a Pharm.D. in May from an ACPE-accredited program online. Designed to give our students additional flexibility throughout the program, Early Start means that you can:

  • Receive an earlier decision. We offer rolling admissions, so the earlier you submit your application, the earlier you can focus on planning your next steps.
  • Take advantage of a lighter summer schedule. By starting the program in May, you’ll complete some elective coursework early, and your subsequent summer terms will be lighter. You will sync back up with the Standard Start students during the fall term.
  • Enter your science coursework as a seasoned pro. Beginning your coursework with electives and introductory courses will give you a chance to get fully acclimated to the online environment and systems, and you’ll be more familiar with all of the support resources we provide by the time you enter your science-based courses.
Early Priority DeadlinePriority DeadlineApplication Deadline
December 1, 2021February 1, 2022March 1, 2022

See application requirements.

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If you have questions about our admissions process, complete our information request form and an admissions counselor will contact you.