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Theme of the Month:  "HOPE TOGETHER"
Greetings CPPS Phamily!
It is the week before final exams, and working together we have survived. The resilience and tenacity you have shown over the last few weeks is noteworthy. I am so very proud of all of you. 
As you prepare for finals week, be sure to check for messages from your instructors regarding your exams. If you have questions or concerns regarding course material, reach out to your instructors as soon as possible so they can assist you. 
For those of you needing financial assistance, see the important announcement below regarding CARES act funding for UToledo students. 
I hope that these last two quotes for the Month of April provide a bit of encouragement.
It's always something, to know you've done the most you could. But, don't leave off hoping, or it's of no use doing anything. Hope, hope to the last! -  
- Charles Dickens, Nicholas Nickleby
True friends are always together in spirit.”
L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables 


Together with you in spirit and hope,
Dr. Holiday-Goodman 

The Office of Student Affairs is available to meet your advising needs

Please note that HSC OSA will be available Monday-Friday from 8:30am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm and working remotely.                       
Ms. Deb Sobczak will be available Monday-Friday from 9:00am-1:00pm and 2:00pm-6:00pm

To better serve you during this time please use the following academic advising options:

1) EMAIL your advising questions: (Any student) (PREP) (Prof. Div.)

2) PHONE appointment through Appointment Plus - 
    Your Academic Advisor will call YOU at the time of your appointment:
    #419.530.1970 (PREP)
    #419-383-1904 (Prof. Div.)

3) SKYPE appointment through Appointment Plus - 
    Log into Skype on your computer and use it to CALL your Academic Advisor at the time of your appointment:
    deborah.sobczak (PREP)
    jing.meyer (Prof. Div.)

If any student has questions or concerns regarding test accommodations during this remote learning period, please contact Dr. Holiday-Goodman at

COVID-19 Emergency Financial Assistance Available for UToledo Students

The University has created a webpage outlining all available COVID-19 emergency financial assistance options available for students experiencing financial difficulties.
  • We are thankful to have received $13.5 million in funds from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Of this total, $6.7 million will be used to immediately assist current students experiencing financial hardships caused by the pandemic.
  • Students enrolled for spring 2020 who received a federal Pell Grant will receive a one-time grant of $500, and no application is required. About one-third of the federal relief dollars will be used to prioritize aid to these students.
  • For all other students, we have streamlined the application process. They can submit one application for Rocket Aid to be considered for federal CARES Act support, as well as donor-funded relief programs.
  • Students who previously submitted a request for emergency aid due to the coronavirus pandemic will need to complete a new Rocket Aid application to be considered for CARES funding support.
  • Our financial aid team will review each application individually to prioritize the most urgent needs.


For University updates related to COVID-19, go to
For information on various services available to you during this period, go to Information on available mental health services, the food pantry, Rocket aid, transportation support, and medical services is provided here.
Quick Links
Food Pantry - (Curbside pick-up available on main campus)
The Counseling Center (
offering free phone and virtual support services)
Student Wellness Center
Learning Enhancement Center (offering online tutoring services)
Rocket Aid


Main Campus Well-being Check-in Chat
Please join the CPPS Well-being Task force for a "Well-Being Check-in Chat"!
Main Campus Students
                  Wednesday, April 29; 5:00 - 6:00 PM
info for this week's chat is as follows:
When it's time, join your Webex meeting here.
Meeting number (access code): 478 549 275
Meeting password: J55QjrCRGP3 
Join meeting
Join by phone 
Tap to call in from a mobile device (attendees only) 
+1-415-655-0002 US Toll 
Global call-in numbers 
Join from a video system or application
You can also dial and enter your meeting number.  
Join using Microsoft Lync or Microsoft Skype for Business


April is -
Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month
     for more information click HERE


Jewish Heritage Month
    for more information click HERE



Important Message Regarding Special Grade Option - Spring 2020

Please be sure to check your Rocket email account as a message dated 4/13 was sent with important information regarding:

Guidelines for The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPPS) Pass/No Credit Grade Option for Spring 2020 

Writing Center Online and eTutoring

Offering both Online (synchronous) and eTutoring (asynchronous) appointments for students! To schedule an appointment, students should go to

Center for Success Coaching
Be sure to visit UT's Center for Success Coaching's website to review     
FAQs: Student Success in a Remote Environment for important and helpful information to aid in your success during this time.

These common FAQs have been developed to help you best navigate remote learning.
The Center for Success Coaching has created some initial videos to assist students during this transition to remote learning.  The videos are embedded in YouTube, are closed captioned, and many have accompanying resources/documents tied to the videos (accessible under the video).

Conquer the Clock (time management):
Stress Management:
Beat Procrastination and Make the Grade:
Cornell Notes for Math Courses:

Message from the Learning Enhancement Center 
Through a partnership the Learning Enhancement Center has with Innovative Educators, we have access to a series of videos to assist students in the transition to online learning.  Topics include test taking, study tips, time management, and more!
Directions For Students
To access online resources, visit ( and follow the next steps:
  • ·         Create an account
  • ·         Fill out the information about who you are and where you study
  • ·         Start utilizing online orientation and student success workshops
Questions can be emailed to Julie Radwanski, Academic Services Coordinator at
Academic Enrichment Center Remote Access
CPPS Health Science Campus students, please note that the AEC staff is available to you during this period of remote instruction. Although peer review sessions are cancelled, you can still receive academic and mental health counseling as indicated below. 

Stacie (Learning Specialist) will be working 100% remotely by appointment only. You can book with her here During your scheduled appointment you click where you can meet virtually.

Mondays 8:00 am-4:30pm
Tuesdays 8:30am-4:30pm
Wednesdays 8:00am-5:30pm
Thursdays 8:30am-3:00pm
Alternating Fridays 8am-4pm
Saturdays 9:00am-12:00pm
Jackie (Wellness Counselor) will be working 100% remotely by appointment only. You can book with her here During your scheduled appointment you click where you can meet virtually.
Jackie’s hours are Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.

UT Health Science Campus Student Services
Dear UT HSC Students,
The UT Health Science Campus Student Service Suite Staff are working remotely.
In the interim, our preferred method of contact is by email at the following addresses:
HSC Student Services           
Financial Aid                          
HSC Registrar’s Office          
We will make every effort to respond to your questions as quickly as possible during regular business hours, Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.  As you know, we are all experiencing rapid changes in every aspect of our lives, please be patient with us.  Take care of yourselves, your family, friends, classmates and pets as we are all in this together.
Best Regards,
Tawn Williams-Nell
Director of Student Services- HSC       
Fall 2020 Health Requirements Deadline for the Entering PharmD Class of 2020

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has extended the Fall 2020 Health Requirements Deadline for the entering PharmD Class of 2020 to Saturday, August 1, 2020

Students can email any questions and/or their health information via scan (PDF) or screenshot (JPG) as long as it is legible and original signatures and dates are clearly defined directly to Sherlette Hobbs at

Students are also urged to begin their Hepatitis B series as soon as feasible. 
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Fall 2020 P1 BSPS White Coat Information

If you are a student with provisional admission in Cosmetic Science & Formulation Design, Medicinal & Biological Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, or Pharmacology/Toxicology major, you must complete a “White Coat Selection” form no later than May 15, 2020.

You can find the form via this link:

When selecting your white coat size, please use your size for standard coat/blazer size.

(Since Pharmacy Administration students are not required to wear a white coat for their academic program, students with provisional admission in Pharmacy Administration are not required to complete this form.)

Fall 2020 P1 PharmD White Coat Information

All P1 Pharm.D. students will receive a FREE white lab coat at the Professional Advancement Ceremony which celebrates your matriculation into the Pharm.D. program.

To order your white coat, please complete and submit the "White Coat Selection" form online by no later than May 15, 2020.

Please note that Pharm.D. students wear the short lab coats, and you should select your standard coat/blazer size.

Online Form:

For questions regarding the white coat, please email

CPPS Virtual Convocation and Awards Ceremony

The college is planning a virtual convocation and awards ceremony.  Additional information on how the college plans to acknowledge our graduates is forthcoming in next weeks letter.

University of Toledo Virtual Commencement
The University of Toledo is recognizing the Class of 2020 with a virtual commencement ceremony while we cannot celebrate together amid the COVID-19 global pandemic.

For more information please click HERE

Please note that PharmD students must have at least 60 earned credit hours to obtain their State of Ohio intern license. Intern licenses are needed in the fall semester of the P1 (professional year one) for all PharmD students.
If you are applying to start our PharmD program in Fall 2020, please review your transcript or degree audit now.
If you will not have at least 60 earned credit hours (adding your current earned hours with your spring hours), you should add a class in Spring 2020 (or plan to take a class during the Summer 2020).
If you have any questions or are unsure of your earned hours please contact
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Nominate a fellow student for student of the month!
Nominations are due by 11:59 p.m. on the last day of the month. 

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