From start to finish, we have all benefitted in some way from alumni contributions. With this in mind, I urge everyone to remember the experiences you’ve had during your time at UConn and to maintain activity with the school in the future. Not only does it feel good to give back, but it will help future pharmacists and our UConn community in more ways than we can ever know.”- Elliott Bosco, Pharm.D. ’17

Guest Speaker:
Whether it’s through the Lunch and Learn weekly presentations, the Pharmaceutical Sciences Seminar Series, or a guest lecture in one of the many pharmacy courses, there are a variety of ways for alumni to share their knowledge and experience with current students.

Recruitment Events:
UConn School of Pharmacy has a strong tradition of developing leaders within the pharmacy profession. In order to maintain our position as a premiere pharmacy school, we need the support of alumni willing to champion us! Alumni can volunteer to visit Connecticut high schools or meet with students interested in pharmacy and UConn in your area.

The UConn School of Pharmacy strives to identify and distinguish pharmacy leaders prior to graduation to prepare them to be health care leaders. The Pharmacy LEADERS Track expands the breadth and depth of their education with experiences and opportunities through the LEADERS Track Mentorship Program. This mentoring experience is offered to current pharmacy students in the LEADERS Track program and matches them with UConn pharmacy alumni in a variety of fields.

Leaders Track Mentorship Program
Leaders Track Mentorship Program
Leaders Track Mentorship Program Guide
Leaders Track Mentorship Program Guide













Throughout the year, the School of Pharmacy hosts a variety of networking events at the school, professional conferences, and in conjunction with partner organizations.

To get involved please email Associate Director of Alumni Relations, Elyssa Kelly