The Connecticut Pharmacists Association scholarship awards were established for students pursuing careers in the field of Pharmacy.  Four scholarships of $1000.00 each are awarded annually by the Connecticut Pharmacists Association and presented at the CPA Annual Awards and Scholarships Banquet in September.

Overall Impression     ·     Academic Record  

Scholarship applicants must be Connecticut residents enrolled in undergraduate status at an accredited school or college of pharmacy (not necessarily in Connecticut) and within six semesters of undergraduate graduation  (B.S.Pharm. or Pharm.D. degree) at the time of application. 


Application Procedure

Applicants must submit the following material on or before June 7, 2013.

    • Completed Application with essay
    • Letter of recommendation from an instructor of pharmacy or dean of your school
    • Official transcript of your grades


To download a Scholarship Application for 2013, please click here


News & Events

Questions about CT Pharmacist licensing?  clicking this link to go directly to the State of CT DCP Info Page

Click here to get the "How To" document from Drug Control on the Pharmacy Business Status during a Crisis program.

NEW: Click here to read the CPA's Letter to the Pharmacy Commission on workplace conditions.

Don't be Shy - TESTIFY! The public hearing process will start soon att he State Capitol. Pharmacists are the best voice on issues of importance to the profession and patients.  Please consider testifying in person or submitting testimony.   CPA will assist you by:

  • Informing you when public hearings are scheduled.

  • Providing talking points and assisting you with drafting testimony.

  • Submitting your written testimony for you.

  • Helping you get signed up to testify in person.

NEW! January 14, 2015: Click here for the long-awaited Letter on the Role of Pharmacists from the National Governor's Association!

Click here for a list of which cities and towns have drop boxes for controlled substances at their police departments.

The Pharmacy Journal of New England is now a digital publication.  Click here to visit the recent editions