Founded: 1881 by Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word
Why Feik School of Pharmacy?
The Feik School of Pharmacy combines the best possible scientific grounding with unmatched clinical experience across many types of health care settings and diverse patient populations. But what really sets our Pharm.D. program apart is our faith community and school culture. We appreciate the sacrifices made by students and families to reach this milestone, and we invest heart and soul to help you reach graduation and professional success.
Private, four-year, co-educational
#1 largest Catholic university in Texas
14% international student population
60% students of racial/ethnic diversity
UIW: Five Schools of Health
Our five health professions schools — pharmacy, nursing and health professions, optometry, osteopathic medicine and physical therapy — attract some of the nation’s most talented and diverse faculty and students.
Pharmacy Program Hallmarks
Only faith-based school of pharmacy in Texas.
Granted maximum re-accreditation renewal by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.
- Average First Year Student Age: 23
- Acceptance Rate: 52%
- Student Gender: 70% female; 30% male
Heart for Others
When you enroll at the Feik School of Pharmacy, you advance a mission of faith-based care that began in 1869 with the founding of the region’s first Catholic hospital. Today, Feik School of Pharmacy faculty, students and alumni carry on that work through regional clinics, service trips abroad and other mission-driven initiatives.
San Antonio/Clinical Experience
San Antonio and Texas offers health profession graduates abundant choices for internships and other clinical experiences, across a range of hospital and specialty clinic settings, civilian and military, including five full-service hospitals in the CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System, the region’s only Catholic faith-based, non-profit healthcare system.