I realize that at least once a week people ask whether it matters if they attend community college or a four-year institution for their pre-reqs. Some institutions explicitly state they do not accept CC credits, though very few. This thread is for everyone who is applying to pharmacy school for 2008 admission. I was nervous the whole application process/waiting, because I was coming from CC and do not have a bachelors. I encourage everyone who has only taken CC classes and has been accepted to chime in and post your experience. I recently got into 2 schools by completing all my pre-reqs at CC. I realize this method may not work for everyone, but I'm going to tell you how I made it. My stats are: 3.69 GPA (3.75 Math, 3.8 Non-science, 3.58 Science) (No grade below a B and one W in Calculus III) Highest composite PCAT = 70 Graduating May 2007 with Pre-Med A.S. (92 semester credits) 3 years nuclear pharmacy experience (work part-time, school full-time) I took so many classes over a 2.5 year span at CC to increase my application eligibility. By completing 92 credits I was able to apply to probably about half the schools in the country, but I'm not rich so I applied to 17. I received interviews from 6 schools, Wingate, Findlay, South, Howard, St. John Fisher, and LECOM - Erie. I was accepted to LECOM -Erie and St. John Fisher. Also, I am waitlisted at South, Findlay, and Buffalo (w/o interview). I hope that others will reply that have made it to pharmacy school from CC. Remember, if you bust your butt then it won't matter what school you come from!