PharmAcademic


PharmAcademic is an integrated software system from the McCreadie Group, which allows the College of Pharmacy to manage experiential training, scheduling, assessments, courses and curricular outcomes. This data is then available for students in PharmPortfolio, an e-portfolio which can be used to support outcome-based learning.

Because students view rotation descriptions online before ranking their preferences, it is important that our preceptors keep their rotation information up-to-date and comprehensive.


To use:

Follow the instructions here to access PharmAcademic and update your professional information and your rotation description:

Type ‘www.pharmacademic.com’ into your internet browser. 

Your user ID is your complete e-mail address. 

Your password has been previously sent to you.  If you are using an automatically-generated password (such as the initial one you receive), copy and paste it from the e-mail message so you do not need to identify each of the characters.  If you do not know your password, click on ‘Forgot Password.'  PharmAcademic will immediately send you a new password to the e-mail address on file.


To edit/add personal information:

"My Account"
"Edit my user information"


To change your password:

Once logged in, click on the 'Change Password' link in the top right corner of the homepage. Click on that option and information provided from PharmAcademic will walk you through the process of changing your password.


To edit/add information about your specific rotation:

You are NOT able to edit your own rotation information. Please send any edits (e.g., rotation description; information/files for students prior to starting at your site; information about your site) to cop-exper@osu.edu.


Rotation objectives and description

Rotation objectives and descriptions are important aids for students ranking their preferences prior to scheduling. The objectives also guide the student in preparing for the rotation and the preceptor in assessing the student’s progress and performance.