182 College of Pharmacy—Entry-Level Program Tuition: Entry-Level Program All tuition and fees are subject to change by the board of trustees without notice. Annual tuition for 2021–2022 academic year will be posted online at pharmacy.nova.edu. Florida Residency Florida residents in the entry-level Pharm.D. degree program must request in-state tuition by application. For tuition purposes, students’ Florida residency status (in state or outof-state) will be determined based on initial matriculation and will remain the same throughout the entire enrollment of the student at NSU. The determination as to eligibility for in-state tuition at NSU shall be made exclusively by NSU. Students may direct questions to the Florida residency specialist via phone at (954) 262-1126 or via email at HPDfloridaresidency@nova.edu. Fees and Deposit—All Programs • Acceptance and Preregistration Deposit—$1,000. This deposit is required to reserve the accepted applicant’s place in the entering, first-year class. This deposit will be deducted from the tuition payment due on registration day, but is not refundable in the event of a withdrawal. It is due within three weeks of an applicant’s acceptance. • Pharmacy General Access Fee—$145 per annum. • NSU Student Services Fee—$1,500 per annum. • Registration Fee—$30 per semester. • Certification Fee—$130 per certification. • Late Payment Fee—All tuition and fees not paid within 30 days after the start of the semester will incur a $100 late payment fee. • College of Pharmacy Fees—Additional fees will be incurred for national certifications, pharmacy testing, and other college-approved activities. These fees are estimated at $1,000 over the course of the program. The first semester’s tuition and fees, less the nonrefundable, $1,000 deposit, are due on or before the first day of classes. Tuition and fees for each subsequent semester are due on or before the first day of classes. Students will not be permitted to register or attend classes until their financial obligations have been met. The financial ability of applicants to complete their training at the college is important. Applicants should have specific plans for financing their professional education. This should include tuition, fees, iPad or personal computer, computerrelated expenses, health insurance, books, printing, required equipment, and living and other miscellaneous expenses. Each student is required to carry adequate personal medical and hospital insurance. For more information about NSU’s required health insurance, visit the website at nova.edu/bursar /health-insurance. Undergraduate/Pharm.D. Dual Admission Program Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division has established a dual admission programwith NSU’s Halmos College of Arts and Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico, University of Puerto Rico en Aguadilla, and Universidad Central De Bayamon for a select number of highly motivated, qualified students interested in pursuing both an undergraduate education and professional studies in pharmacy. This allows students to receive their undergraduate bachelor of science degree and a doctor of pharmacy degree in a six- to eight-year period. Candidates must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The Pharmacy College Admissions Test (PCAT) is recommended, but not required. Students will spend two to three years in the undergraduate school and then will be awarded a B.S. degree upon successful completion of the second/third year at Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy. Students will receive the Doctor of Pharmacy degree after successfully completing the four-year Pharm.D. program at Nova Southeastern University College of Pharmacy. For information and requirements for dual admission, contact one of the following: • Office of Admissions Halmos College of Arts and Sciences Nova Southeastern University 3301 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314-7796 Phone: 800-541-6682 • Office of Admissions/Oficina de Admisiones Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Puerto Rico 2250 Avenida Las Americas Suite 584 Ponce, PR 00717-0777 Phone: (787) 841-2000 • Office of Admissions/Oficina de Admisiones Universidad Central De Bayamon P.O. Box 1725 Bayamon, PR 00960-1725 Phone: (787) 786-3060 • Office of Admissions/Oficina de Admisiones Universidad de Puerto Rico en Aguadilla P.O. Box 6150 Aguadilla, PR 00603 Phone: (787) 890-2681, exts. 2280, 4431, or 6431 Pharmacy Intern Licensure Uponmatriculation, students are eligible to apply for pharmacy intern licensure. Licensure is a requirement for all NSU Pharm.D. students and for placement on pharmacy practice experiences. All students must have a valid U.S. Social Security number to apply for and receive the necessary pharmacy intern license(s).