Apply to LECOM School of Pharmacy


Health care isn’t just an occupation. It’s a commitment between you and your patient that promotes health and wellness. It’s serving people when they are most vulnerable. It’s your desire to make a difference. And it starts with a high-quality education.

The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) can help students interested in becoming pharmacists answer their calling.

How to Apply

Individuals interested in applying to the LECOM School of Pharmacy must complete a PharmCAS Application and indicate each individual LECOM pathway to which they wish to be considered for acceptance.


PharmCAS ( is a centralized application service that allows applicants to use a single application and one set of official transcripts to apply to multiple Pharm.D. degree programs. If you are interested in applying to multiple pathways, you must submit separate PharmCAS applications for each pathway.

  • As part of the PharmCAS application, submit two letters of recommendation to PharmCAS (one letter must be from an undergraduate science professor).
  • Submit all academic transcripts to PharmCAS.
  • Schools do not receive the PharmCAS application until the application is “verified” by the PharmCAS transcript verification service. PharmCAS only verifies applications when it has all of the candidate’s transcripts.

LECOM School of Pharmacy Application Process

Once LECOM receives a candidate’s verified PharmCAS application, qualified applicants will be contacted via email for an interview.

Applicants are encouraged to complete their applications as early as possible since acceptance offers to the LECOM School of Pharmacy are made on a rolling admissions basis. Applicants being considered for admission will be invited for either a virtual or an on-site interview on a rolling basis between September and May. The interview day will give an applicant the opportunity to meet faculty, staff, and current students, as well as learn more about the school and the pharmacy program. Students applying to an on-campus pathway are also encouraged to visit the campus or attend one of the scheduled on-campus days.