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 Touro University California College of Pharmacy

Office of Pharmacy Student Services

16-July-2021

Dear student pharmacists,

What an exciting time it is. Welcome to our incoming class of 2025, what a wonderful learning journey awaits you. We as faculty and staff are excited to have you join our family.

Our second-year students welcome back, we missed you, we hope your summer provided nourishment for your bodies and souls.

Third year students start rotations and the first year of our famous 2 + 2 program. We are so proud of you all and know you are capable.

Not last but least our Seniors, the graduating class of 2022, this is your year.

We are honored to have you in our program and cannot wait the year ahead.

As always we are here for you as is our University support services.  

Should you need Confidential counseling, it is available at Student Counseling services http://studentservices.tu.edu/counseling/index.html or call 707-638-5292 to be connected to the Counseling Office.

You can choose Option 3 to speak with a live counselor 24-7. Please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Stay safe, stay well, stay strong.

Stay connected please, I love hearing from you by email at rolly.kalirai@tu.edu if I do not respond in 24 business hours then resend the email and or call 707-333-0567

Dr. Rolly Kali-Rai

(Ranjit) Rolly Kali-Rai MBA Pharm.D. RPh CPPS
Preferred Gender Pronouns (He/Him/His)
Director of Inclusion Touro University California
Assistant Dean of Student Services -
Assistant Professor of Social Behavioral and Administrative Sciences
College of Pharmacy Touro University California
Administrative Bldg 2, Room 116
1310 Club Drive
Vallejo, California 94592
Safe Zone Ally - No Tolerance for racism, sexism or discrimination
You matter and we care call 1-800-273-Talk (8255) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
 
Malynda McGregor
Administrative Coordinator
College of Pharmacy
Administrative Bldg 2, Room 117
Vallejo, California 94592
Email - malynda.mcgregor@tu.edu
Fax - (707) 638-5959
Tel - (707) 638-5934
 

 

Touro University California - College of Pharmacy Resources  

Accreditation & Student Performance Data (PDF), 25-August-2021

Book list (PharmD) (PDF+1-Sept-2020 

Curriculum Calendar (PharmD) 

Electives, Didactic (PharmD) +11-August-2021

Grade Appeal Policy & Procedure v1, Approved by TUCA COP faculty, 6-Nov-19 (PDF

Laptop Requirements (PharmD)

Preparative Materials

  • Biological & Pharmaceutical Sciences Download
  • Medical AbbreviationsDownload
  • Top Drugs 
    • P1 (Class of 2025) - Top 100 Drugs (xls) + 23-July-2021
    • P2 (Class of 2024) - Top 100 Drugs (xls)) + 30-August-2021

Student Event Forms

  • Student Event Checklist (PDF) - Updated 7/9/2018
  • Extracurricular Activity Request Form (PDF)
  • Funds Reimbursement Guidelines (PDF) - Updated 4/6/2017
  • Event Evaluation Form (PDF) - Updated 7/9/2018
  • Brand Standard Logos

Student Handbook (PharmD), 2020-21 (PDF) and Addendum (PDF) + 13-May-2021

Student Performance Data & Accreditation Information (PDF)

Technical Standards (College of Pharmacy)



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Pharmily Cafe (Facebook)

A virtual pharmily cafe for students, alumni, staff & faculty of Touro Univ California College of Pharmacy.
 
>> We would love to know how you are doing.  ... We welcome your posts, questions & encourage thoughtful & mindful responses in kind.
 
>> Be sure to check out our photo albums - where you will find positive affirmations & gratitude notes.
 
Our hope is to mimic the warmth of our "pharmily" as best we can.  Welcome to all.
 
 

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C.A.R.E. Team - Campus Assistance, Response and Evaluation

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Touro University California Confidential Incident Report

 

Touro University California Touro University California (TUC) is deeply committed to the safety and health of our students, employees, and visitors.  As per the requirements of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act which requires the reporting of certain crimes, TUC has created a Confidential Incident Report which provides a method for anonymously reporting crimes or threats to personal health and safety. TUC encourages reporting of all incidents and crimes experienced or witnessed for investigation and appropriate action. Reporters can remain anonymous if preferred by omitting self-identifying information.   

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Touro University California College of Pharmacy Calendar 

 

*Subject to change without notice.

JANUARY - Semester start, Touro University California Winter Gala

FEBRUARY - Block A exams, President's Day (campus closed)

MARCH - Purim (campus closed), COP Poster Day, Mega Case Day (P2), Block B PharmD exams, Passover 

APRIL - COP SPring Break, PPC Competency, Campus Research Day, COP Legislative Day, PCOA exam, Touro Pharmacy Alliance (TPA) auction,

MAY - Semester end, COP Kaiser Facility Field Trip, Block C exams, Triple Jump exams, OSCE, P2 Pinning Ceremony, Graduation reception, COP graduation

JUNE - Incoming PharmD Class Mixer, Shavout (campus closed)

AUGUST - Orientation, Semester start, White Coat Ceremony

SEPTEMBER - COP Career & Residency Day, Labor Day (campus closed), Eve of Rosh Hashanah, Rosh Hashanah, Block A exams

OCTOBER - American Pharmacist Month, Women Pharmacist Day, Fall Break, PharmD Town Hall meetings, Yom Kippur (campus closed), Sukkot (campus closed)

NOVEMBER - Touro University California Gala Benefit for Scholarships, IPPE Community Day, COP Interview Day, Thanksgiving (campus closed)

DECEMBER - Fall semester ends, Hanukkah begins, Block C exams, 

Student Performance Data & Accreditation Information

Download Student Performance Data & Accreditation 25-August-2021

 


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