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College of Pharmacy
The University of Georgia

College of Pharmacy
The University of Georgia

In 1903, the University of Georgia Board of Trustees and the Committee on Laws and Disciplines created the UGA School of Pharmacy, housed in the Science Hall. But the building burned to the ground later that same year, and the School of Pharmacy was moved to Terrell Hall in 1905. It operated there until 1939, when it was moved to New College and accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education. In 1964, the Robert C. Wilson Pharmacy Building was completed, which provided space for student and faculty growth. Since then, it has expanded even further, with the new Pharmacy South building, which was completed in 2009. This 93,288 square-foot building is a state-of-the-art facility where students can learn and improve their skills in an open and inviting atmosphere.

Notable Moments

Dana Strickland, Executive Director of External Affairs & Jill w/ newly framed print!