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2022-2023 PharmCAS Configuration Portal Webinar Recording

  • 1.  2022-2023 PharmCAS Configuration Portal Webinar Recording

    Posted 04-13-2022 11:36 AM

    Hello colleagues,

    The recording of the 2022-2023 PharmCAS Configuration Portal webinar is now available. To view the video, you must enter your name and email address.

    A few follow up items from Monday's webinar:

    • To learn more about configuring question rules, refer to the Configuration Portal Help Center.
    • You are strongly encouraged to decide whether to use the Kira Assessments option by June 10 and prior to the cycle launch on July 14. This timeline ensures that all of your applicants will complete a Kira Assessment, if your institution decides to require it for admission during the upcoming cycle.
    • Do not enter PharmCAS application deadlines (final or priority) into the Configuration Portal. Instead, plan to designate your final (enforced) PharmCAS deadline and optional "priority" (preferred, non-binding) deadline via the PharmCAS School Directory when it opens on May 18. Staff will later enter your deadline selections into the Configuration Portal on your behalf based on your selections in the PharmCAS School Directory.
    • NEW! The PharmCAS Advisory Committee has approved the addition of "Resume/CV" as an optional document upload type. This new option is now available within the 2022-2023 Configuration Portal for selection. Please consider whether the Experiences and Achievement sections of the PharmCAS application currently meet the school's admission needs before requiring applicants to upload a resume/CV.

    Colleges and schools should plan to update their 2022-2023 Program Materials pages via the CAS Configuration Portal by June 10. Additional training resources and details on how to access the portal can be found in the launch notice.


    Katie Owings Bruce
    Director of Application Services and Student Programs
    American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
    703-739-2330 x1026