LQQk what I got in my email today from UNA's planned pharmacy school in the Caribbeans. HMM.. I wonder how this is going to go over. Dear UNA students, We have acquired through Xavier University as a joint-partnership to start the College of Pharmacy, in January 2007. Xavier University has the license and charter on the Island of Bonaire which is very beautiful. Bonaire is apart of the sister islands of Curacao and Aruba. The already are conducting their Medical school there. We are teaming up with them to confirm the Doctorate of Pharmacy degree which will allow you to come to the United States and practice. The curriculum will be 5-years in-order to meet the NABP/FPGEE requirements. After all this time, the FPGEE group have indicated to us that our curriculum must be 5-years in-order to meet their minimum requirements. Students that are apart of our University will now have: 1. Financial Aid options now through Xavier University 2. Lower living costs compared to that of Turks and Caicos-almost half. 3. A proper beautiful campus location. Which we will have pictures of on our website. 4. And many more!! The degree will be Xavier University and University of North America College of Pharmacy and Complementary Pharmacy. We will still be looking to approach the ACPE for possible accreditation. I will be contacting each and everyone of you this week to discuss what has happened.