The Gregory "Pharmicthus"

The Pharmicthus, prominently displayed in the center of our school's logo, represents a blending of the pharmacy's classic Rx symbol with Christianity's icthus (fish).  The symbol reflects our belief that spiritual growth facilitates personal and professional growth.  The pharmicthus conveys a simple message that captures the heart of our mission - students can become better pharmacists by following Christ's example of serving, teaching and healing those in need.


Lloyd L. Gregory School of Pharmacy
Mission, Vision, Goals and Values

"Pharmacy with Faith”
We develop servant-leaders who are patient care advocates.

The Gregory School of Pharmacy serves the healthcare needs of the public by training future pharmacists to be patient-centered advocates who promote wellness and improve health outcomes.  We develop servant-leaders who are fully committed to raising the standards of practice within the profession of pharmacy by following Christ’s example of serving, teaching, and healing those in need. 



Five core values reflect what is most important in the Gregory School of Pharmacy.  We strive to base our actions and decisions on these values:

1. The Character of Christ
We believe in biblical moral truth and strive for the character of Christ in all that we do.  We are trustworthy people who cherish honesty, integrity, and sincerity in our relationships.

2. Life-long Growth and Learning
We continually seek to grow academically, professionally and spiritually, that we might become better advocates for those we serve.

3. Servanthood
We model ourselves after the servant-leadership example of Jesus by extending our hands to those in need.

4. A Caring Community
We display unity in Christ by reflecting attitudes of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.

5. Academic and Professional Excellence
We put forth our best effort at all times.  We honor the Lord by applying the gifts that He has given us to the best of our ability.



"Excellence with Character”
We demonstrate professional excellence grounded in Christian character.
The Gregory School of Pharmacy is distinctive in its commitment to honoring biblical values and moral principles in the pursuit of academic and professional excellence.  Faculty, staff, and graduates achieve outstanding levels of performance by putting their faith into action in the following ways: Patient and/or student-centered advocacy, a spirit of unity and teamwork,  compassionate service, honesty and integrity, humility before God, grace under pressure,  moral courage.



Primary Goals
"Enlightening Minds”
1. Develop Academic, Research, and Professional Programs

  1. Provide students with the knowledge, skills, abilities, and values necessary to effectively practice patient-centered care among culturally, socioeconomically, and educationally diverse patient populations.
  2. Facilitate the transformation of students from dependent to independent learners.
  3. Develop practice models and methods of delivering pharmacist-mediated patient care to a variety of patient populations and health care settings.
  4. Promote scholarly inquiry into patient-centered care as a means to improve health outcomes.
  5. Conduct scientific and educational scholarship and research.
  6. Assess outcomes of the academic, scholarship, professional and spiritual programs of the school and respond to results in order to improve outcomes.

“Enriching Souls”
2. Foster Personal, Professional and Spiritual Growth

  1. Foster personal and corporate spiritual development of students, faculty, staff, and administration.
  2. Foster a passion for life-long learning and continual professional development.
  3. Maintain a spiritually-based, compassionate environment in which faculty, staff and students support each other with mutual respect.
  4. Promote active student involvement in the profession of pharmacy through regulatory affairs, membership and participation in professional organizations, and unique training experiences. 
  5. Develop servant-leadership among both faculty and students as the standard of pharmacy practice.
  6. Guide students and faculty to integrate faith into one's daily professional activities.

“Extending Hands”
3. Provide Pharmacist-Mediated Care and Community Service to Diverse, Global Populations

  1. Provide pharmacist-mediated, patient-centered care among culturally, socioeconomically, and educationally diverse patient populations in a variety of health care settings.
  2. Organize student and faculty participation in community service projects and volunteer activities.
  3. Establish outreach programs to educate the public about health and wellness issues and promote healthier lifestyles.
  4. Provide professional development and training to health professionals.
  5. Work in concert with health care providers to ensure that a sufficient number of qualified pharmacists are available to meet the pharmacy needs of the community.

At the completion of each semester, students who have excelled in their academic coursework are selected for the Gregory School of Pharmacy Dean’s List. This honor represents a distinct accomplishment and recognizes students’ initiative and perseverance in achieving academic excellence. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must be enrolled full-time in good standing, and achieve a term GPA of at least 3.50 in all Doctor of Pharmacy coursework (excluding electives outside PBA Gregory School of Pharmacy) with no grades below “B” during that semester.



Spring 2022

Class of 2023

Brandon Bryant

Sandy Chery

Nicole DiMarco

Taylor Laabs

Ginette Riche

Jamie Saltmarsh

Shailyn Torres



Class of 2024

Rim Assil

Deema Gichi

William Miles

Edward Murphy

Ricardo Nunez Medina

Jason Tafuri

Josuah Tilus

Fenisha Walters


Class of 2025


Lee Baker

Maria Gonzalez Haesler

Saima Khaja

Brian Morgan

Kasey Rodriguez

Marquita Williams