The degree Doctor of Pharmacy is conferred upon candidates of good moral character who have completed all academic requirements, satisfied all financial obligations, and completed all graduation requirements. All graduating students are also required to attend the ceremony at which the degree is conferred, unless excused by the Dean.
Candidates for graduation must be of good moral character consistent with the requirements of the pharmacy profession and CPG faculty. It is the position of the faculty that anyone who uses, possesses, distributes, sells, or is under the influence of narcotics, dangerous drugs, or controlled substances, or who abuses alcohol or is involved in any conduct involving moral turpitude, fails to meet the ethical and moral requirements of the profession and may be dismissed from any program or denied the awarding of any degree from CPG.
To qualify for graduation, a student must have satisfied the following requirements:
Graduates are encouraged to attend the commencement ceremony and must notify the Dean in advance if they will be absent. Graduates are responsible for providing a permanent address to the Registrar so that official documents can be forwarded.