As a junior at Western Carolina University, Lindsay was accepted into Mercer College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in October 2009. She concentrated her studies in Biology and completed three years as an undergraduate at WCU. She will begin classes at Mercer College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in fall 2010. Upon completion of the Pharm D. program, Lindsay plans to move back to her hometown and work in a community pharmacy there. With the Doctor of Pharmacy degree, Lindsay plans to work closely with patients while contributing to the community and bettering lives every day.
“Becoming a pharmacist has always been a dream of mine. Going to Western Carolina University further made that dream a reality. The Honors College and Biology Department supported and encouraged me in my career path towards becoming a pharmacist and their undeniable help and loyalty ultimately made a difference in my undergraduate work here at WCU. Western Carolina University provided me with a firm foundation that was necessary for gaining admission and enrolling in Mercer’s Pharm D. program. Due to my experiences at WCU, which have been long-lasting and memorable, I owe my gratitude for helping make my dreams come true.”