UH College of Pharmacy Student Organizations

Academy of Students Pharmacists (APhA-ASP)
The Academy of Student Pharmacists is the student section of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), representing more than 18,000 student pharmacists at all colleges of pharmacy in the United States and Puerto Rico.

Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International (CPFI)
CPFI is a worldwide, interdenominational ministry of individuals working in all areas of pharmaceutical service and practice.

Kappa Epsilon (KE)
Kappa Epsilon is a professional pharmacy fraternity, whose mission is to empower its members to achieve personal and professional fulfillment. The fraternity was founded in 1921 and the UH chapter, Upsilon, was formed in 1953. KE supports breast cancer awareness through various events such as Awareness Week, and the Susan G. Komen Fun Run.

Kappa Psi (KY)
Kappa Psi is a co-ed pharmaceutical fraternity. It is the world’s oldest and largest pharmaceutical fraternity, founded in 1879. The Delta Delta chapter at UH was chartered in 1963. The goals of the fraternity are to develop fellowship, industry and sobriety and foster high ideals, scholarship and pharmaceutical research.

Mexican-American Pharmacy Students Association (MAPSA)
The purpose of MAPSA is to promote unity among pharmacy students with common interest, values and backgrounds.

Phi Delta Chi (PDC)
Phi Delta Chi was chartered in 1883. UH obtained its charter in 1953. The PDC Alpha Tau Chapter at UH is a co-ed fraternity of professional men and women who are striving for success as future pharmacists by becoming involved in national, state and local activities.

Pharmacy Council 
This organization is comprised of anelected representative and alternate from each pharmacy student organization and from each class, who then electa president, vice president and secretary. The council coordinates pharmacy student organizational activities andacts as a liaison with the administration and faculty of the college. Activities include hosting the annual school picnic, organizing Texas Pharmacy Week, and holding a canned goods drive at Thanksgiving.

Phi Lambda Sigma (PLS)
Phi Lambda Sigma is the National Pharmacy Leadership Honor society. The UH Upsilon chapter was founded in 1988. The Society recognizes and promotes quality leadership in pharmacy.

Rho Chi Society
The Rho Chi Society is the honorary organization for the profession of pharmacy. The Beta Omicron chapter of UH was established in 1956. Membership is by invitation and is based on high academic achievement in the professional curriculum.

The purpose of RXAggies is to promote the pharmacy profession and provide networking opportunities for former Texas A&M students as well as other student members of the College of Pharmacy.

National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA)
NCPA is a national organization that represents the interests of independent and privatepractice pharmacists.

Society of Industrial Pharmacy Students (SIPS)
SIPS is designed for students interested in possible careers in the pharmaceutical industry.

Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) 
SNPhA was founded in 1972 as an affiliate of the National Pharmaceutical Association (NPhA). SNPhA is an educational and service association of students who are concerned about pharmacy issues, professional development, and the lack of minority representation in pharmacy and other health-related professions.

Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists (SSHP)
SSHP focuses on the interests of hospital and allied health professionals. It is affiliated with GCSHP (Gulf Coast), TSHP (Texas), and ASHP (National) organizations. The society hosts bimonthly meetings with guest speakers from many different areas of the profession, such as ambulatory care, consulting, hospital, and many more.

Vietnamese American Pharmacy Student Society (VAPSS)
The mission of VAPSS is to encourage all Vietnamese-American pharmacy students to participate and become well-informed in all aspects of the pharmacy profession.

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