The College of Pharmacy at the University of Michigan was established December 29, 1876, the first in a U.S. state university and one of the first in the nation. Today, the College is an integral member of the top ranked University of Michigan campus and Health System, and is fully accredited by the American Council for Pharmacy Education.
Michigan Pharmacy has pushed pharmacy education and practice forward throughout its rich history, from the establishment of the first clinical pharmacy residency program to setting the CDC standard for collaborative hypertension care. Our College is a hub of intersecting basic, clinical, and social science disciplines, leading research centers, scientific institutes and a research-intensive health system that is consistently ranked among the best in the U.S. Indeed each of our three departments house faculty and students who are pushing their respective disciplines forward toward our ultimate goal: to revolutionize pharmacy practice and healthcare.