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Roosevelt UniversityPharmacy ProgramSTUDENT HANDBOOK2022 - 2023Last updated: 10/1/2022

TABLE OF CONTENTSCollege of Pharmacy Student Handbook Use . 5Handbook Acknowledgement . 5Mission Statement . 5Vision Statement . 6Non-Discrimination Statement . 6Anti-Harassment Policy . 6Privacy Rights of Students . 6General Information . 6Emergency Notification/Procedures . 6Contacting the Schaumburg Campus Safety Office . 7Fire . 7College of Pharmacy Ceremonial Events . 7White Coat Ceremony. 7Hooding and Commencement Ceremony . 7Parking and Transportation Policy . 8Access to Campus Facilities . 8Access to College of Pharmacy Facilities . 8COVID-19 University Policies . 8Student Resources. 9Academic Calendar . 9Approved Course Electives . 9Bookstore . 9Course Curriculum . 9Course Registration. 9Laptop and Technology Support . 9Mode of Communication . 10Library and Learning Resources . 10Lockers . 10Learning Commons .10Reasonable Accommodation Process . 10Applicants/Students with Academic Accommodations . 10TeleHealth . 11General Program Information . 11Accreditation . 11College of Pharmacy Accreditation . 11University Accreditation . 11Admissions Policies. 11Transfer Student Policy 12College of Pharmacy Terminology . 12Departmental Information . 12Office of the Dean . 12Office of Assessment and Administrative Services . 13Office of Enrollment and Student Services . 13Office of Experiential Education . 13Experiential Education . 13Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experiences (IPPE). 14Interprofessional Practice Experiences (IPE) . 14Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE) . 142

Examination and Assignment Make-up Policy . 14Time Limit for Completion of Program. 14Leave of Absence . 14Course Withdrawal. 15Extended Program of Study . 15Standards . 15Student Conduct Standards . 16Illicit Drug Policies. 16Academic Integrity Standards . 17Technical Standards for Admission, Promotion and Graduation . 17Appropriate Attire and Grooming Standards . 19Professionalism during sessions with Guest Lecturers and Speakers . 21Promotion Standards . 22Academic Standing Standards . 23The Promotion and Graduation Committee . 23Academic Standing and Dismissal Policy . 23Procedure for Potential or Actual Loss of Good Academic Standing . 24Remediation . 24Academic and Behavioral Probation . 26Appeals Procedures . 26Appeal Procedures for Student Conduct . 26Appeal Procedures for Grades . 27Appeal Procedures for Integrity . 27Appeal Procedures for Student Dismissals by the Promotion and Graution Committee. 28Appeal Procedures for Reinstatement . 28APPENDIX A (Student Complaints and Grievances) . 29APPENDIX B (Examination Policy) . 30APPENDIX C (Course Audit Policy) .343

Message from the DeanWelcome to the 2022-23 academic year! Your Pharmacy faculty and staff are fully committed to youreducation and development as a professional and we look forward to the opportunities that lie ahead.As members of the Roosevelt University community, we are challenged to live the mission of thefounders of this institution: to promote mutual understanding, to value diversity and inclusion, andto take action toward social justice. As members of the College of Science, Health and Pharmacy, wemust be committed to the values of competent and compassionate patient care. Now more thanever before, pharmacists as recognized as front-line health care providers. Community pharmaciesremained open when physician offices were not—so pharmacists provided care and consultationthrough the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Pharmacists provide COVID-testing and haveled the country in the largest mass vaccination effort we have ever experienced. Inpatientpharmacists continue to care for patients through this difficult time, as well, ensuring patients arereceiving optimal medication therapy, based on the latest research. Pharmacists are called tocontribute to the patient care team, to provide direct patient care through Medication TherapyManagement and within the Patient-Centered Medical Home, as well as to join inter-professional,team-based health care initiatives. State and national efforts toward provider status for pharmacistshave gained momentum and, when ratified, will dramatically expand the role of pharmacists. Yourfaculty and staff are dedicated to providing you the education and experiences to prepare you toprovide excellent patient care in a variety of institutional and community practice settings and to beready for new and emerging practice models.This Student Handbook is effective Fall term 2022 until the beginning of Fall term 2023. It is providedto you as an important resource on policies and procedures followed in the Pharmacy Program andis a supplement to the University Student Handbook. Use it as a guide and a reference. Of course, ifyou have any questions about the Handbook, please ask us for assistance.With best wishes for a challenging and enlightening year,Melissa Hogan, PharmDDean, Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy4

Pharmacy Student Handbook UseThe Roosevelt University Pharmacy Student Handbook contains information, policies and proceduresspecific to students enrolled in the Doctor of Pharmacy program. General University information,policies, and procedures can be found in the Roosevelt University Student Handbook on the UniversityPolicies Page and Graduate Student Catalog (collectively “University Student Policies”). ThePharmacy Student Handbook serves as a supplement for Pharmacy students who are expected toadhere to both University Student Policies and the policies in the Pharmacy Student Handbook. Anychanges made to policies will be emailed to students via their official Roosevelt email account andbecome effective on the date of that email.Questions, issues, or concerns and requests for assistance can also be brought to the Associate Deanof Students of the Pharmacy Program.Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy Pledge of ProfessionalismAs a Doctor of Pharmacy student at the Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy, I pledge to displayprofessionalism thorough my COMMITMENT, COMPETENCE, AND COMPASSION.As a Doctor of Pharmacy Student, I will strive for COMMITMENT through continued selfdevelopment, taking pride in the profession of pharmacy, making ethically sound decisions, beingprepared, displaying professional attire, manner, and conduct, and being respectful of myself andother persons at all times.As a Doctor of Pharmacy Student, I will strive for COMPETENCE by acquiring requisite knowledgeand skills, though creativity and innovation, by being conscientious and trustworthy, behaving withintegrity, creating only original and/or properly attributed work, honoring patient confidentiality,being accountable, demonstrating leadership, and through effective and appropriate communicationwith patients, families, caregivers and other healthcare professionals at all times.As a Doctor of Pharmacy Student, I will strive for COMPASSION through my service to the profession,participating in patient-centered care, showing empathy towards patients, families, caregivers, andby displaying cultural and psychosocial awareness at all times.I take this pledge voluntarily to fulfill the responsibilities and expectations that are upon me in theacademic program at Roosevelt University College of Pharmacy with the expectation that I will striveto uphold the principles herein, at all times.Handbook AcknowledgementBy signing your acknowledgement of receipt and understanding of the RU PHARMACY StudentHandbook you attest that you have read, understood, and will abide by all Pharmacy Program policiesas listed in this Handbook. Failure to do so is considered a violation of the Roosevelt University Code ofStudent Conduct.Mission StatementThe Roosevelt University Pharmacy Program embraces a patient-centered approach to learning thatwill produce graduates who are competent, committed, and compassionate. Roosevelt Universitypharmacists will be prepared to meet the universal vision of pharmacy practice, where they will bethe health care professionals responsible for overall medication management to ensure optimalpatient therapy outcomes.5

Vision StatementIn support of the University's vision to create socially conscious citizens, the Pharmacy Program iscommitted to providing outstanding pharmacy education and developing pharmacy leaders who willadvance pharmacy practice and improve public health by serving their respective communitiesthrough our core values.Core ValuesI.II.III.IV.V.Integrity and Civility: Demonstrating these values through personal and professionalactionsProfessionalism and Ethics: Serving as role models for students and professionalsLeadership: Engaging in Inter-professional health care practicesTeaching: Providing integrated, innovative, and interactive educations with an emphasis oncontinuous/lifelong learningService and Community Outreach: Partnering with professionals and local communitiesNon-Discrimination StatementIt is the policy of Roosevelt University to comply with federal and state laws that prohibitdiscrimination in the University’s educational programs and activities. For additional information,please refer to the University’s Policy Prohibiting Discrimination, Harassment, Bullying, andRetaliation (RU Policy No. 2.1) and the Anti-Discrimination Policy and Procedure in the UniversityStudent Handbook.Anti-Harassment PolicyPolicies and procedures dealing with sexual harassment, discrimination, equal opportunity, andsexual assault can be found on the University’s Policies page (RU Policy No. 2.1) and in the RooseveltUniversity Student Handbook.Privacy Rights of StudentsThe Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protect the students’ privacy and educationalrecords. Information about FERPA is located on the University’s Policies page and in the RooseveltUniversity Student Handbook under Privacy Rights of Students.General InformationEmergency Notification/ProceduresThe information provided below is specific to the Schaumburg Campus. Please refer to the UniversityStudent Handbook for Emergency Information including the following topics: Emergency Text Message Procedures Fire Procedures Emergency Evacuation Assistance Missing Student Notification Procedure Armed Violence/Active Shooter Lockdown/Shelter in Place Tornado6

Contacting the Schaumburg Campus Safety OfficeSchaumburg Campus Safety Office: SCH 102, Phone– Ext. 8989, etyCampus safety telephones are located in various locations within the building and parking lots andwill connect directly to Campus Safety. Public telephones are also available in building hallways andcan be used to dial 911 in the event of an emergency.Students are encouraged to call Campus Safety for any concerns including assault, theft, loitering,suspicious behavior or packages, smoke, fire, or flooding. Additionally, students are encouraged toimmediately report any non-emergencies that may affect security to the Campus Safety office. Thisincludes lost keys, defective locks and broken windows.Roosevelt University publishes a security report annually to inform its community of the securitypolicy, procedures and crime statistics in compliance with the “Student-Right-To-Know and CampusSecurity Act of 1990.”This report is accessible at the Roosevelt University afety.FireFire doors within the College of Pharmacy remain closed but unlocked for safety. These doors shouldnot be propped open. These doors include: Entrance to College at top of stairs, door to Dean’s OfficeSuite, and door to Experiential Education suite. Classroom doors (SCH 201 and SCH 265) aregenerally kept closed during class time, but may be opened for air circulation.In case of fire, pull the nearest fire alarm and then call the fire emergency number, give your nameand location, and follow instructions. Whenever an alarm is sounded, follow the posted evacuationprocedures; assist in evacuating any persons with disabilities in the vicinity, and close doors behindyou. Do not telephone to ask if you should leave. Follow all instructions given by the University’sdesignated fire wardens or evacuation team leaders.Pharmacy Program Ceremonial EventsAttendance at Pharmacy Program Ceremonial events is considered mandatory.White Coat CeremonyThe White Coat Ceremony formally welcomes first-year students to the Pharmacy Profession ascolleagues dedicated to patient care. The presentation of the white coat represents passage into thepharmacy profession, with all the associated rights, opportunities and responsibilities. During theceremony, students recite the Pledge of Professionalism, committing their professional careers andpractices to excellence in pharmacy. Along with first year students, faculty, staff, family and friendsare invited to attend the event.Hooding and Commencement CeremonyThe Roosevelt University Pharmacy Program holds one hooding and one commencement ceremonyper year each Spring. Summer and Fall graduates will participate in the Spring commencementceremonies7

Students who plan to graduate and/or participate in the annual commencement ceremony must filethe appropriate graduation forms with the Registrar’s Office including the graduation applicationform.Parking and Transportation PolicyThe Roosevelt University Pharmacy Program requires that all students provide their owntransportation during their introductory, inter-professional and advanced pharmacy practiceexperiences. The Program cannot guarantee that students will be placed at sites within area publictransportation. Transportation expenses such as gasoline, tolls, insurance, parking, and otherautomotive services are the student’s responsibility.Students may park in any available Schaumburg Roosevelt University parking space. Parking stickersare not required to park on campus. Students must follow all applicable parking rules andregulations.Access to Campus FacilitiesAll University facilities, unless otherwise noted, are open to faculty, staff and students during thehours of operation. Each department establishes its office hours within the building hours listedbelow. Building and office hours are subject to change.Any individual, excluding current students, under the age of 18, is not allowed on campus unlessaccompanied by an adult. Local authorities may be contacted to assist an unaccompanied child ifdeemed necessary by University personnel.Although the University strives to provide an open, academic environment, loiterers are required toleave when requested by Campus Safety and University officials.Access to Pharmacy FacilitiesAccess to the College of Pharmacy facilities may be reduced due to COVID-19. Students are notifiedwhen classes and labs are meeting in person and when attendance is expected. Students who wish touse the campus for independent studying may use the various areas in the main campus (first floor)that are open. Normal business hours for each department in the Pharmacy program are 9:00 AM to5:00 PM. All departments are open for online appointments during this time, in addition to in-personservices. Students who require assistance in person should make an appointment.COVID-19 University PoliciesStudents are required to comply with all current University policies related to COVID-19, including,but not limited to: compliance with the COVID-19 vaccination policy, truthful response to screeningquestions and temperature check before entering campus and refraining from entering campus if anysymptoms are present or if possibly recently exposed to COVID-19; wearing a mask or cloth facecovering at all times while on campus (masks with valves not permitted); complying with any socialdistancing requirements; leaving furniture in place to promote social distancing; regular use of handsanitizer and disposable sanitizing wipes to reduce surface spread of infection. Policies may changebased on changes in state and local guidance. Students should review the COVID-19 Addendum tothe Student Code of Conduct. Additional information regarding the University response to COVID-19is found at the University COVID-19 website: https://blogs.roosevelt.edu/coronavirus/. All COVID19 policies are in place and are strictly enforced in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, butstudents enter campus at their own risk and should inform faculty and the Associate Dean of Students(Dr. Singla) if they cannot come to campus for any COVID-related reason. Accomodations will be8

made, such as a remote make-up opportunity or the option to complete the requirement at a timewhen COVID-19 is no longer a risk.Student ResourcesAcademic CalendarThe academic calendar for the Pharmacy Program, which is different from the University AcademicCalendar, can be found HERE.Approved Course ElectivesElective courses will allow students to develop areas of personal interest or expand theirunderstanding of a subject outside the core curriculum. An Elective Course Guide, along with the linkto an Elective Course Requestwill be emailed to each student during the respective course enrollmentperiod. Because some of the courses on the approved course elective list may not be offered throughthe Pharmacy Program and some Pharmacy courses have enrollment caps, course enrollment is notguaranteed.BookstoreThe University offers a virtual textbook service where you can order textbooks on-line and have themdelivered to your home. The link to the Bookstore can be found HERE.Course CurriculumThe comprehensive course curriculum can be found here:The Curriculum is divided into three academic blocks: Academic Block 1 is defined as Terms 1-4 and includes didactic coursework, IPE and IPPE I Academic Block 2 is defined as Terms 6-9 and includes didactic coursework and IPPE II-IV APPE Block is defined as Terms 10-12 and consists of APPE A - F.Course RegistrationAll students are block registered for required courses. For the academic terms in which electives aretaken, students will submit their Elective Course Request electronically.Laptop and Technology SupportDuring PS1 Orientation, each student is issued a laptop for use throughout their course of study inthe PharmacyProgram(“Student Laptop”). Each Student Laptop comes with an Apple Care Warrantythat covers things such as accidental damage to the laptop. Roosevelt University adheres to the termsand conditions of the warranty. The Apple Care Warranty can be found atwww.apple.com/support/products. Optional additional coverage is offered through NSSI inSeptember and April and can be accessed at https://www.nssi.com/Roosevelt.The Student Laptop is owned by the University until graduation and use of the Student Laptop issubject to all University policies, including but not limited to the Student Code of Conduct. If at anypoint a student withdraws or is dismissed from the program the laptop and charger must be returnedto the Office of Enrollment and Student Services. Students shall not install software to a Rooseveltissued device or alter it in any other way. The Roosevelt University Information Technology Servicesdepartment is responsible for all service to the laptops. If at any time a laptop or any installed9

software is malfunctioning, the student should visit the Office of Enrollment and Student Services sothat a work order may be generated for IT to evaluate your computer. A loaner laptop may beavailable for checkout. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the device and all installedsoftware are functioning properly for all uses in the classroom, exams, and assignments.For questions about the Pharmacy Laptop Program, contact the Students Services Spcialist in Room235.Mode of CommunicationThe primary mode of communication within the Pharmacy Program is through the RooseveltUniversity email system. The primary mode of communication regarding course-specificinformation is through Blackboard. It is the student’s responsibility to regularly and frequently checkemail and Blackboard.Library and Learning ResourcesAccess to the electronic learning resources for pharmacy students can be accessed HERE. Printedtexts and materials can be found in the Library.LockersEach pharmacy student will be assigned a locker located in the College of Pharmacy to storetextbooks, lab coats, and other personal belongings. Students must provide their own locks. Nopersonal property should be left unattended or in the hallway. All personal property brought toRoosevelt University is brought at the owner’s risk.Learning CommonsThe Learning Commons is located in SCH 517. It provides accommodations and academic supportfor Roosevelt University students. Information regarding services and hours is available HERE.Reasonable Accommodation ProcessRoosevelt University Pharmacy Program will engage in an interactive process with qualifiedindividuals with disabilities who request accommodations for such disabilities, in a mannerconsistent with applicable federal, st

The Roosevelt University Pharmacy Program holds one hooding and one commencement ceremony per year each Spring. Summer and Fall graduates will participate in the Spring commencement ceremonies . 8 Students who plan to graduate and/or participate in the annual commencement ceremony must file the appropriate graduation forms with the Registrar .

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