Nominate yourself or another member of the CU Pharmacy alumni community to join the board. The CU Pharmacy Alumni Association will accept nominations each year for new board members to begin terms at the start of a fiscal year (July-June). Involvement on the board is a great way to network with alumni, faculty, and staff at the school.

  • Nominations are welcome from all alumni with a bachelor's, master's, PharmD, or PhD conferred by the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  
  • Board members serve a 2-year term with the option of running for a consecutive term. 
  • Members of the board are active on committees and participate in alumni engagement events as availability allows.
Every year, the CU Pharmacy Alumni Association selects recipients for the Distinguished Alumni Award and the Horizon Alumni Award. 

You can nominate an alumnus who stands out for exceptional contributions in the profession of pharmacy or pharmaceutical science for the annual awards.

Participate in our outreach efforts to educate the community and prospective applicants about degree programs at the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

As activities are identified, we’ll contact you based on the availability and interest areas you provide.

The work performed by preceptors in supervising and training pharmacy students is valued by the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SSPPS). Accreditation standards require students to complete substantial amounts of experiential training and it is recognized that the SSPPS would not meet accreditation standards without the support of the practice community in providing practice sites and preceptors, including community pharmacists, health systems pharmacists and providers in the medical community.

Consider organizing a class reunion and be our class champion in gathering the masses. We can help with organizing. 

In partnership with the Central Alumni Relations Office for the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, the Help Our Student Travel (HOST) Program is offered to help new CU Pharmacy graduates prepare for residency. The program pairs pharmacy students with alumni in the cities where they are interviewing for residency. Express your interest in connecting with a fourth-year pharmacy student and giving them the inside scoop about your community by completing the interest form and the Central Alumni Relations Office will reach out to you if a student indicates they are interviewing in your city.