The AAPP Foundation's Collegiate Chapter Impact Grant Program is designed to support AAPP collegiate chapters at schools of pharmacy across the nation. This is a great opportunity for chapters to receive funding for their projects and activities.

2023 Grant Submissions

The application portal is open and applications are due by 11:59 p.m. Central Time, Thursday, September 28, 2023.

Visit the Application Portal


Activities may include, but are not limited to, events, clinics, and patient education, and they should meet one or more of the following goals:

  • Impact patient care
  • Address mental health disparities
  • Create awareness of psychiatric pharmacists and their value and contributions as members of the interprofessional treatment team
  • Expand interest in psychiatric pharmacy as a career
  • Reduce the stigma related to mental health and substance use disorders

Grant Award

Grant applications are accepted annually June-September. For 2023, up to 3 grants will be awarded totalling up to $6000.

2022 Grant Recipients

Project: Impact of a Community Immersion Experience on Student Pharmacists' Associated Stigma of Serious Mental Illness
Collegiate Chapter & Primary Author: University of Texas AAPP Collegiate Chapter, Amber Tran
Grant Amount: $2535

Project: Assessing the Impact of Culture and Stigma on the Utilization of Mental Health Resources Amongst Health Professions
Collegiate Chapter & Primary Author: University of the Incarnate Word AAPP Collegiate Chapter, Cody Thomas
Grant Amount: $1000

Project: Pharmacy Students Advancing Mental Health Equity in an Underserved Racial/Ethnic Community
Collegiate Chapter & Primary Author: The Ohio State University AAPP Collegiate Chapter, Amaal Ahmed
Grant Amount: $1175
(Grant deferred to 2023-2024 grant cycle)

2021 Grant Recipients

Project: Access to Inclusive & Culturally Competent Mental Healthcare in Pharmacy Students & Residents
Collegiate Chapter: University of North Carolina (UNC)
Grant Amount: $4,000

Project: Assessment of college students' attitudes and knowledge on opioid overdose and naloxone education and evaluating the effectiveness of a new naloxone distribution program (NaloxoneSC) at the University of Southern California
Collegiate Chapter: University of Southern California (USC)
Grant Amount: $1,000

Project: Improving Student Access to Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Collegiate Chapter: Purdue University
Grant Amount: $1,000