Pharmacist / New Practitioner / Non-Student Pharmaicst Registration:  Open from Tuesday, January 21, 2020 - Friday, March 6, 2020

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Student Pharmacist Registration:  All student pharmacists must pre-register through their school or college of pharmacy in order to attend the APhA Institute. Please see the Student Pharmacist Registration Process below for a detailed listing of dates and information related to student pharmacist registration.


Registration Categories Rate
APhA-ASP Member (Student Pharmacist) $ 350.00
Non-Member (Student Pharmacist) $ 395.00
APhA Member (Pharmacist) $ 425.00
Non-Member (Pharmacist) $ 684.00
APhA Member (New Practitioner - Years 1-5 After Graduation) $ 400.00
Non-Member (New Practitioner - Years 1-5 After Graduation) $ 559.00
Non-Pharmacist - Spouse / State Board Member / Faculty / Retired Pharmacist $ 425.00


Photo Waiver / Release

From time to time APhA uses photographs and videos of conference events in its promotional materials. Unless this permission is revoked in writing to APhA, by virtue of their attendance all APhA Institute Attendees agree to the use of their likeness in such materials.

Refund / Cancellation Policy

All registration cancellations must be in writing and received by the APhA Registration Manager, Nicole Whatley via email at 30 days prior to the APhA Institute (Monday, April 27, 2020), and are subject to a $50 administrative fee. No refunds will be made for cancellations received after 30 days prior to the Institute (Monday, April 27, 2020).

Student Pharmacist Registration Process

In 2020, we will have a maximum of 325 student pharmacist seats within the program. This allows us to have 75 seats for pharmacists, faculty members, administrators, state pharmacist recovery network personnel and state board of pharmacy representatives. Therefore, in an effort to remain fair to all of the schools and colleges of pharmacy, and to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to send a representative to the APhA Institute on Substance Use Disorders, we have detailed the following procedures for registering student pharmacists:

By January 21st

APhA‐ASP Chapters, faculty, and administrators promote the APhA Institute on Substance Use Disorders to interested student pharmacists. This would include promotion of the annual scholarship, ambassador program, and should inform the students that the registration fee will have to be paid in full at the time of submission of the application.

Chapter advisors and leaders, working in collaboration with student services, and interested faculty members and administrators, compile a ranked list of student pharmacists that are highly interested in attending the school. Disclosure of fees associated with registration, housing, meals, airfare, ground transportation, and incidentals should be discussed and agreed upon by all students interested in attending the APhA Institute.

Please note that each school or college of pharmacy, regardless of the number of multiple/satellite campuses will only be able to submit one ranked list for the entire school or college of pharmacy. Submissions will not be accepted from multiple/satellite campuses.

January 21st to February 10th

The APhA‐ASP Chapter Advisor (or school of pharmacy designee) completes the online pre‐registration form for the ranked list of student pharmacists. The online form will request the name and email address of each student pharmacist. APhA is not responsible for incorrect email addresses. The online registration form will be open on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 and will close on Monday, February 10, 2020 at 11:59pm PT.

By February 21st

APhA will develop a pre‐registration list and a wait list of student pharmacists. The pre‐registration list will provide an opportunity to have at least 2 student representatives from each of the schools and colleges of pharmacy attend the meeting. The order of the students on the wait list will be determined by the submission date of the online registration form.  Please note that most schools are able to send more than 2 students annually.

Student pharmacists on the pre‐registration list will receive an email from APhA stating that they have been accepted to attend the APhA Institute on Substance Use Disorders by Friday, February 21, 2020.

By March 6th

Students on the pre‐registration list need to complete the official online registration form and submit full payment to APhA by the deadline of Friday, March 6, 2020 at 11:59pm PT. Failure to complete and submit the online registration form and payment will result in the loss of the student’s seat at the school.

By April 6th

Student pharmacists on the wait list will be notified of any available open seats within the APhA Institute. Student pharmacist online registration for the APhA Institute on Substance Use Disorders will not be accepted outside this process, nor will student pharmacist registration forms be accepted prior to the above enrollment period.  

Student Pharmacist Pre-Registration Online Form

(Form will open on Tuesday, January 21, 2020)

School or College of Pharmacy / Chapter Selection Process

APhA realizes that each school may have their own process for sending students to the APhA Institute. Whether is it an application, an essay, history of substance abuse, or need, we respect each school’s autonomy in creating a process that works best for your students. Mentoring and counseling have become increasingly important over the past few years at the Institute. Therefore, APhA highly encourages that schools and colleges of pharmacy send a faculty member or a member of the student services office with their student pharmacists. 

Please note that Student Ambassadors, APhA-ASP Student Leaders, APhA-ASP Generation Rx Award Winners and APhA Foundation Scholarship recipients do not count against your Chapter's number of student pharmacists in the pre-registration process. We have already allotted room for these individuals.

If you have any questions about the student pharmacist registration process, please feel free to contact Keith Marciniak or Lynette Plowden at