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Welcome to the SIUE School of Pharmacy!

We are looking forward to working with you during the summer to help you make a comfortable transition to the School of Pharmacy. As always, please do not hesitate to call the Office of Professional & Student Affairs at 618-650-5150 if you have questions or need assistance.

e-ID
If you attended SIUE prior to your application to the School of Pharmacy, then your current e-ID will remain with you.

If you are new to SIUE then you must use your e-ID and password to access your SIUE email account.

Application for your e-id can be done by logging in to the SIUE e-id webpage.

• Click on "I want to get an e-id."

• Complete the next screen.

• Once you have established your e-id, you will be able to access SIUE email services.

Beginning immediately we will communicate with you only via your SIUE email address.

Experiential Education Requirements
Information regarding pre-experiential requirements including: immunizations, physical exam, health insurance, licensure, and background and drug test can be viewed by accessing the Student Pre-Experiential Requirements . If you have questions about the process for completing these requirements, you may contact the Office of Experiential Education via email or phone: dboyer@siue.edu or 618-650-5126.

CougarNet
CougarNet gives you access to your academic and financial records at SIUE. To access CougarNet, you will need your student ID number. The first time you access CougarNet, your PIN is your birthday (mmddyy). You will receive a prompt to change your PIN to a 6 character PIN of your choice.

If your permanent address has changed from the address submitted with your application for enrollment, information on Cougarnet must be updated.

Registration
We will register you for your classes for the fall of 2013. You will be enrolled for 18 credit hours. You may view your fall 2013 schedule on CougarNet after June 9, 2013. If you are a current SIUE student and you are registered for non-pharmacy classes for the fall semester, we will drop you from those classes prior to enrolling you in pharmacy classes. Questions about registration should be directed to the Office of Professional & Student Affairs at 618-650-5150.

Transcripts
If you are enrolled in courses during the spring term of 2013 at SIUE, you do not need to send the School of Pharmacy a transcript. However, if you were enrolled at any school other than SIUE, then you must send a copy of your transcript upon completion of the term. Send transcripts to:

SIUE School of Pharmacy
Office of Professional & Student Affairs
200 University Park Dr. Suite 220
Edwardsville, IL 62025

Financial Aid
The School of Pharmacy contact in the Financial Aid Office is Mary Jenkins. You may reach Ms. Jenkins via email at majenki@siue.edu.

Housing
The School of Pharmacy contact in University Housing is Scott Gluntz. You can reach Mr. Gluntz at: sgluntz@siue.edu. If you plan to live in University Housing please note that the SIUE School of Pharmacy semester begins prior to the start of the traditional semester and so there will be an additional cost.

Textbooks
We are in the process of compiling a book list and will send it to you via email as soon as it is available.

Parking
All SOP students must purchase a permit to park on campus. Parking permits for the fall of 2013 and spring of 2014 will be available for purchase after July 1. You may not park in the front or rear or the pharmacy classroom building. You must park in one of the student lots. For additional information about parking on campus please visit http://www.siue.edu/parking.

Important Dates
The SIUE School of Pharmacy school year begins on August 5, 2013. Be prepared to arrive at 8:00 AM and end your day at 4:30 PM each day during the first week. Check-in for the first day will be held in the entranceway of the pharmacy classroom building that is located at 200 University Park Drive.

Mark your calendar for the White Coat Ceremony on October 4, 2013. The purpose of the White Coat Ceremony is to acknowledge that you are a member of the pharmacy profession. You will earn your white coat just in time to wear it on your first Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience. The ceremony will begin at 6:00 PM and you may invite four guests.

Please let us know if you have questions about your transition to the School of Pharmacy.