The Auburn University Harrison College of Pharmacy will officially welcome the Class of 2027 with its White Coat Ceremony on Friday, August 11 at 3 p.m. at the Gogue Performing Arts Center.
The White Coat Ceremony, one of the most anticipated milestones in a pharmacist’s path, signifies the end of orientation week and the beginning of the four-year journey of pharmacy school.
The Harrison College of Pharmacy is also grateful to the McKesson Corporation for their generous support of the school and the White Coat Ceremony.
Follow the tentative schedule to stay up to date.
|1 p.m.||Gogue Center lobby doors open for guests|
|1:30 - 2:30 p.m.||Student Check In and White Coat Portraits|
|2 p.m.||Woltosz Theatre doors open for guests|
|3 p.m.||White Coat Ceremony|
910 South College Street, Auburn, AL 36849
Parking will be available to patrons in the paved Gogue Center parking lot on Woodfield Drive. Accessible, ADA-compliant parking is available in the paved Gogue Center parking lot. A state-issued disabled license plate or placard is required.
Pets are not permitted. Trained service animals or service animals in training with identifiable vests will be allowed. Service animals must remain on a leash or in a harness at all times.
In order to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our patrons, artists, staff, volunteers and vendors, the Gogue Center adheres to the following Auburn University policies:
Dangerous Weapons and Firearms Policy
The possession or use of any dangerous or potentially dangerous weapons or instruments at any time is strictly prohibited.
Drug-Free Campus and Workplace Policy
The unlawful manufacturing, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of illicit drugs or alcohol by students, employees and guests at any time is strictly prohibited.
Smoke-Free Campus Policy
The use of tobacco products—including cigarettes, e-cigarettes, pipes, smokeless tobacco, vaporizers, and any other smoking or “vaping” device—at any time is strictly prohibited.
The White Coat Ceremony will be streamed live on the HCOP YouTube Channel. A link and a direct feed will be provided on this page prior to the beginning of the ceremony.
A photographer will capture the White Coat Ceremony and will be set up prior to the ceremony to take portraits of students in their white coat. A free digital copy of the photo will be made available in the days following the ceremony by HCOP administration.