Personalized Campus Visits 

For individuals or groups from high schools and colleges.

Available year-round: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays

Can't make it to visit day, or want to see more? We are happy to meet with you 1:1 or welcome your pre-pharmacy organization, or other interested groups. During your personalized visit, you may:

  • Tour our state-of-the-art pharmacy facilities
  • Meet with pharmacy admissions
  • Discuss the strength of your PharmD application
  • Meet with current pharmacy students or pharmacy faculty

Register for an Individual Visit

Getting to campus

All campus visits take place in the School of Pharmacy (PH) building. Transportation to campus and the surrounding areas and lodging will need to be arranged independently. Parking is free and available in lots E, C, F, or H. If available spots cannot be found, parking is also available in lot J.

While you’re here, explore the area. Explore these links to find more information about what to see and do in the Mequon and metro Milwaukee areas.


We encourage students considering a PharmD from Concordia to engage with our faculty, staff, current students, or alumni. We hold several events throughout the year for students to meet us and learn about our mission and offerings. 

See below for upcoming events:

Biomedical Science Lab Discovery Nights

These free lab nights are designed for high school students who are considering careers as healthcare and biotechnological-based professionals in science, healthcare, medicine, or specifically pharmacy fields. Hands-on activities in our biomedical and pharmacy labs vary by event and may include e.g. compounding, human tissue culture and engineering, computational chemistry and visualization with Oculus headsets for instance.

Discovery nights are offered 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CST on:

  • April 2, 2024

Register for Lab Discovery Nights

CUWSOP Special Topic Virtual Events

Virtual Q&A sessions are offered once a month in the evenings from 6:30-7:30 PM CST. See below for the schedule of topics and register here: