Student Memberships

Why Become a Student Member of PAS?

What are other benefits do you receive with your student membership?

  • Email communications from PAS
  • Latest updates on advocacy and scope of practice
  • Access to professional practice supports and all materials on the PAS website
  • Access to the PAS Conference
  • Membership to the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) and CPhA Benefits including Goodlife, CPJ, Via Rail, Telus Mobility, and Travel Affinity.
To access and find out more information on these benefits, click here.

Student Membership Sponsored

PAS is happy to announce that once again, the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition is sponsoring student memberships. In order to receive the sponsored membership, PAS and the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition is asking that all students apply using the PAS online system. Students have until November 30, 2020 to get apply for a sponsored membership. To begin your student application, please click on the application link below. 

Membership Application

PAS Student memberships apply to 1st to 4th-year pharmacy students. The student membership runs from October 1 to September 30 of the following year to coincide with the academic year. However, click on the link below to begin your student profile and membership application. If you have any questions or require any assistance please email or phone 306-359-7277.

2020 - 2021 Student Membership

Students Event

Bridging the Gap - TBA

"When beginning pharmacy school everything can be very overwhelming, you’re learning all sorts of new information about medication, the human body, and pharmacy practice.  It can be quite difficult to link all of this new information into the real world, but this is where a PAS membership can be really beneficial. PAS keeps members updated on current events in pharmacy and pharmacy practice. This information is not necessarily things that we’re learning in a classroom setting, so I find that it’s a great way to take education one step further and get excited about my career as a pharmacist." Maya Rattanavong