Student pharmacist Morgan Gravley looks forward to a pharmacy career with endless opportunities

Morgan Gravley, PharmD class of 2020, loves that Campbell University provides a professional atmosphere, and appreciates the support and quality education that she receives at the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.

Student Pharmacist: Morgan Gravley

Program: Doctor of Pharmacy

Undergraduate Experience: University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Personal and professional experience

I am from a small town called Pelham, NC. I studied Biochemistry and obtained my Associates Degree from Patrick Henry Community College in Martinsville, VA. In my free time, I enjoy going to the movies, exercising, and spending time with my family. Before starting pharmacy school at Campbell I attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. While attending UNCG, I shadowed a community pharmacist and learned more about the pharmacy profession.

Why Campbell Pharmacy?

I chose to pursue a career in pharmacy because there are so many areas of practice. Becoming bored with the career is virtually impossible!

Accomplishments, strengths and passions

I am passionate about the Student National Pharmacy Association (SNPhA). SNPhA is a student-led organization that promotes serving the underserved. This organization has allowed me to network with many pharmacists nationwide, give back to others, and grow as a student pharmacist.

What do you love about Campbell Pharmacy?

Campbell encourages students to get out of their comfort zone by pushing them to excel in all areas of their lives. We have great academic support from our professors and advisors, and I never feel like a burden when I reach out to them. They always reassure me that they were once in my shoes and everything will be just fine.

Why should prospective students choose Campbell over other graduate and professional schools?

Campbell University selects quality over quantity. Campbell offers quality academics, professors, organizations, and programming. There is a professional atmosphere as soon as you walk onto campus. The real world skills that students gain here will last a lifetime!

What does Black History Month mean to you?

Black History month is a time to reflect on the activists and organizers of the past who fought for racial equality. It means more than just being proud of your ethnicity. We must continue to educate the next generation about our nation’s history and the individuals who helped pave the way for all African Americans.

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