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Students Accepted into the SWOSU College of Pharmacy

Thirty Southwestern Oklahoma State University students were admitted into the Doctor of Pharmacy program for the 2021 spring semester.  The class has an average cumulative grade point average of 3.35 and is composed of 17 women and 13 men.

The SWOSU College of Pharmacy admits 85 students each year to its Doctor of Pharmacy program during the fall and spring semesters.

Minimum requirements to make application for admission to the SWOSU College of Pharmacy include completion of at least 61 semester hours of specified pre-pharmacy courses with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50.

The selection process is competitive and based on a number of factors.  These include, but are not limited to, science and mathematics grade average, overall grade average, American College Test (ACT) or Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores, Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) scores, motivation, character and communication skills.

Admitted were:

Adewuyi, Abdulazeez O.

Tulsa 

Buckner, Cameron Michael

Weatherford 

Chang, Sally Bao

Catoosa

Clark, Alexis Nicole

Porum

Clements, Kaiya Marie

Okmulgee

Daara, Abigail Ama

Oklahoma City 

DiBucci, Isabella Louise

Broken Bow

Escobedo, Andy A.

Oklahoma City

Falter, Eric Wyatt

Muskogee

Garner, Austin John

Oklahoma City

Gearhart, Lydia Nicole

Konawa

Girma, Tsega Kefyalew

Edmond

Holbrook, Kacie Layne

Coalgate

Joshua, Shan

Yukon

Kitchens, Candelyn Brooke

Poteau

Lor, Marilyn

Collinsville

Marsh, Cassidy Leigh

Collinsville

Mensah, Marcelle Asarewaa

Oklahoma City

Omondi, Valerian

Edmond

Price, Morgann A.

Broken Arrow

Rampey Jr., Samuel Wade

Oklahoma City

Sabharwall, Joshua Caleb

Oologah

Schroeder, Sheridan Faith

Texhoma

Shattuck, Bentley Michael

Durant

Sickels, Zachary Dean

Broomfield, CO

Staggs, Jennifer Kathleen

Weatherford 

Thomas, Madison Paige

Muskogee

Vahchuama, Tubkeem Daren

Tulsa 

Vargas, Tijay Jesus

Tulsa 

Wright, James-David Allen

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