I know that all pharmacy school's number 1 priority is to attract the brightest students that will help build their education. I understand it is the responsibility of the potential applicant to best fit into the "Ideal Student" mold that Pharmacy schools want. I also understand that this should be done through legitimate ways, such as outstanding academic performance, ie, GPA, PCAT scores, Research and prior experiences in the field of Pharmacy. That being said (whew), do any pharmacy school engage in activities such as 'quotas' or preferentially take in minorities over a more academically qualified non-minority applicants? We've all heard of this when we applied for undergrad, but is it an issue in professional schools, were the number of minorities are even more so 'underrepresented'? This is an honest question, people. I'm not here to offend anyone or say that anybody got in a pharmacy school "because they were a minority". Just wondering. Thanks.