Preceptors fulfill a vital role in pharmacy education. These professionals work with students in real world settings to ensure that students gain not only textbook knowledge, but also develop skills through hands on learning experiences. Our students begin working with preceptors in their first year and continue throughout their professional program. Dr. Robert Stanton, our Assistant Dean of Experiential Learning, is responsible for ensuring that all students are given the opportunity to work with preceptors as a primary component of their pharmacy education.
If you are willing to share your knowledge to help build the future of pharmacy education, please contact Dr. Robert Stanton at email@example.com or Dr. Craig Kimble, Director of Experiential Learning, at Craig.firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also complete the Electronic Letter of Intent and fax to 304.696.7309.
Preceptors Access to Experiential Learning Documents:
To access current experiential education documents such as syllabi, written copies of assessments, orientation documents, workbooks, etc., please log in to one of the following:
MUSOP Share Point Site:
Using VPN and Single Sign On (UserName@marshall.edu) and password sign on to our Intranet:
The link to download the Marshall VPN tool (from off campus) is: MUVPN.Marshall.edu
- Additional, helpful instructions can be found here.
- Follow the download instructions to install, connect to the VPN, and you will be able to access.
If you can’t remember your password, reset it by clicking here.
Pharmacist Letter or Preceptor Letter:
Off campus access for preceptors without VPN, please associate yourself as a Marshall Preceptor on: www.pharmacistletter.com
If you are a preceptor and you do not have a Preceptor Letter or Pharmacist Letter account, please contact the Office of Experiential Learning for instructions to set up a complimentary account.