Wegmans School of Pharmacy Facilities Highlights
The 37,000 square-foot building that houses the Wegmans School of Pharmacy contains three floors worth of teaching and experimentation space.
Along with classrooms and a generous lobby area with comfortable group seating, the first floor boasts 10 individual study rooms. These “breakout rooms” are equipped with wall-mounted cameras, which record student interaction with actors playing pharmacy patients.
The centerpiece of the building’s second floor is the School’s drug information lab, which pharmacy students use as a reference library. Adjoining the drug information lab is a computer lab. A practice lab rounds out the learning spaces on this level, which also contains a lobby area for event hosting or meeting up with friends.
A pharmaceutics lab and an additional research lab can be found on the top floor of the School of Pharmacy building.
In addition, there are two 100-seat classrooms in the College's Integrated Science and Health Sciences Building used for pharmacy classes.
Molecular Pharmacology and Cell Biology Lab
The Molecular Pharmacology and Cell Biology Lab is used by students and faculty alike to conduct research and experiments for coursework and scholarly work. The School also features additional multifunctional laboratories for drug discovery and pharmaceutical formulation, manufacturing, and analysis.Pharmacy Lab 360
Wegmans School of Pharmacy Atrium
The Wegmans School of Pharmacy opened in the fall of 2006. Our pharmacy program is a 2 + 4 program leading to a Pharm.D. degree. The School is housed in a state-of-the-art building with lecture rooms and group study rooms on the first floor, a computer lab and dedicated pharmaceuticals library on the second floor, and additional labs and faculty offices on the third floor.Atrium 360
Promoting Safe Medication Disposal on Campus
The Wegmans School of Pharmacy supports proper prescription medication disposal and provides a safe medication disposal unit on campus. The drop-box, provided in partnership with the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, is open to the public for unused or expired prescription medications.Promoting Safe Medication Disposal