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Student associations

Looking to make the most of your knowledge, hone your leadership skills, or share your talent? Student associations offer a range of opportunities to get involved in campus life. To support student well-being, the faculty has developed special partnerships with three associations. The mutual benefits include:

  • Input from representatives in major decisions
  • Meaningful support for student projects
  • Promotion of student accomplishments

Association générale des étudiants en pharmacie (AGEP)

AGEP is the undergraduate student association. In addition to working with faculty and university authorities to promote and protect the interests of students, AGEP provides a range of member services and helps run a number of student events (such as the Le Galien talent show, the wildly popular annual cheese and wine tasting, and weekly lunch-and-learn sessions).

AGEP contact information:
Pavillon Ferdinand-Vandry, local 1754
agep.asso.ulaval.ca
agep@pha.ulaval.ca

Association des chercheuses et chercheurs étudiant à la Faculté de pharmacie de l’UL (ACCEP)

ACCEP aims to promote and protect the social, academic, and legal interests of graduate pharmacy students; encourage full participation in student life; and improve communication between students and the various research centres.

See the Faculty of Pharmacy Student Researcher Charter (PDF, 109 KB)

ACCEP contact information:
Pavillon Ferdinand-Vandry, local 1754
accep@asso.ulaval.ca

Association des résidents en pharmacie de l’Université Laval (ARPUL)

ARPUL works with faculty and university authorities to protect and promote the interests of its members, namely, students (residents) enrolled in the faculty’s advanced pharmacotherapy master’s program.

Furthermore, the association aims to promote the profession of healthcare facility pharmacist in Québec and foster a sense of community within the advanced pharmacotherapy program. In a two-pronged approach, ARPUL brings members together to achieve academic, social, and moral objectives and encourages communication between residents and members of the faculty and the university and healthcare pharmacists in Québec and elsewhere.

Residents are represented by a president, vice-president/secretary, and treasurer or by two co-presidents, as decided at the general meeting of members. Association officials are elected annually.

ARPUL contact information:
Pavillon Ferdinand-Vandry, local 1050
arpul2009@hotmail.fr