I hate snow....at least right now I do.PharmDJen said:This is great news! I've been accepted to Univ at Buffalo, but I was hesitant about actually going there, since it's so far from home. But the main reasons why I applied are:
1. The tuition is less than west coast private schools, even for out-of-state students it's a lot less.
2. It's accredited.
3. It's an entirely new environment for me (I live in Ca). Snow!!
I graduated in 2004 and was very happy with my education. The school is well organized. It is hard to get kicked out because most students who get accepted are usually the cream of the crop. The school will do what it can to keep you on track. They want to see you succeed, not fail! There will 2 or 3 students that party too much and fall behind. as for class, there will be some days where you are in class all day and other days where you only have class in the morning. Since NY has a compounding section on the boards, you will have a lab where you make capsules and creams until u turn blue UB is a great school. Good luckAny inputs from University at Buffalo pharmacy student and graduate? Are you happy with your decision to attend UB? I am particularly interested in knowing how competitive the class is after one is accepted into the program. I can't help but get the impression from some SDN postings that it is hard to do well enough to not get kicked out? How time sonsuming is the pharmacy curriculum? do you go to class from 8-4, M-F?