We at School of Pharmacy and Health Professions strive to give you the best User
Experience. We realize that the web site has to do more than just be text with pretty
Is this website a personalized portal?
A site should not only be visually appealing but also meet the
standards of usability - Usability is the measure
of the ease with which people can employ a particular tool or other human-made object
in order to achieve a particular goal. and Web accessibility - Web Accessibility in simple terms means that people
with disabilities can interact and contribute to the web in an efficient manner.
Web Accessibility encompasses all disabilities that affect their use with the web,
including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive and neurological disabilities..
We are working towards the implementation of Section 508 guidelines within the University.
Unfortunately not all our pages meet these standards. But our goal is to meet the
standards for all the pages.
Currently it is not. However the plan
is to build a site which will help user to communicate and interact better with
each other. Upcoming features planned (in development) are Page comments, Discussion
Boards, Podcasting, Live Technical support, Classified Ads.
We are always looking for people who want to actively involve in our development
and testing process. If you are interested please contact
What is the artwork on the headers?
The art work on the header is a combination of the Jesuit icon (the sun with rays) and the School Medallion.
The School of Pharmacy and Health Professions
medallion was designed to reflect the professional goals, aspirations and values
common to the occupational therapy, physical therapy and pharmacy programs. The
ionic-style columns represent the learning and scholarly inquiry that characterize
the academy. The central figure with upstretched arms represents triumph over infirmity
and disability, affirms a commitment to human dignity, and celebrates the resiliency
of the human spirit.
The rays in the background signify hope, healing and the anticipation of positive
therapeutic outcomes from occupational therapy, physical therapy and pharmacy-related
Can I contribute any News article, Gallery Images or Home Page rotating images?
Yes you can. In fact we would love to hear from you on all news related to the
School of Pharmacy and Health Professionals. Please use the "contact us" link in the footer below.
Please note that not all the information sent would not be eligible for posting.