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Liaison Committees

Chicago College of Pharmacy

Student-Faculty Liaison Committees meet as needed during the academic year and serve as a forum for the interchange of ideas, suggestions, and discussion of academic problems of interest to students enrolled in the various years of the College program. The chair of each committee is appointed by the Dean.

It is the responsibility of newly elected student liaisons to meet with the chair of the Student Faculty Liaison Committee at the start of the academic year prior to the first meeting of the committee. The faculty chair will review the role of the committee and the responsibilities of the student liaisons to their class. A committee is formed for each professional class at the College and is composed of the following members:

  1. Student-Faculty Liaison Committee, First Year: Course directors for each of the courses for any given quarter, the Chairs of the Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacy Practice, and two students elected by the first-year class. Two PS-I student volunteers will be appointed during the first week of classes to serve as interim liaisons until official elections are held.
  2. Student-Faculty Liaison Committee, Second Year: Course directors for each of the courses for any given quarter, the Chairs of the Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacy Practice, and two students elected by the second-year class.
  3. Student-Faculty Liaison Committee, Third Year: Course directors for each of the courses for any given quarter, the Chairs of the Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacy Practice, the Director of Experiential Education, and two students elected by the third-year class.
  4. Student-Faculty Liaison Committee, Fourth Year: Course directors for each of the courses for any given quarter, the Chairs of the Departments of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacy Practice, the Director of Experiential Education, and two students elected by the fourth-year class.