Welcome to the Faculty of Pharmacy. Here you can access useful resources and information related to your degree.
Special Consideration/Supplementary Exam Periods
If you have been approved to sit a special consideration or supplementary exam then you will be required to sit your exam during the following dates:
- Semester 1 exams - Monday 7th July 2014 to Friday 18th July 2014
- Semester 2 exams - Monday 1st December 2014 to Friday 12th December 2014
The semester 2 supplementary exam timetable can be found here. This timetable will be updated regularly as more exams are scheduled.
Failure to attend an exam during these dates without approval from the faculty will result in a failure for that unit of study.
There are limited lockers available for hire. There is a one-off non-refundable locker hire fee of $10. Your locker can be kept until the completion of your degree. Lockers are assigned on a first come, first served basis from the Faculty Administration Office (Bank Building A15).
Sydney University Pharmacy Association (SUPA)
SUPA represents the interests of pharmacy students at the University of Sydney. For over 40 years SUPA has been providing services, organising social events and representing its members on campus, and to the wider profession and community.
See the SUPA website for more information, or email: . Click here for more information about students organisations.
Disability Action Plan
This DAP addresses many learning and assessment issues that may be relevant for you or for your peers with a disability. The Faculty’s DAP is an exciting step forward to assist the University in achieving key milestones in its journey to improve and increase access and inclusion for people with disabilities.
The Faculty of Pharmacy has developed a Disability Action Plan (DAP) as an adjunct to the University's DAP.
If you have any other enquiries, please contact our Student Service Officers.
Email your questions stating your full name and SID. Only emails sent from your university email account will be responded to. No correspondence should be posted or emailed directly to the Dean.