The NDSU pharmacy program was established in 1902 and has evolved over the years to become a major interprofessional healthcare education program serving our state, region, and nation. The College of Health Professions (CHP) has been a center of excellence at North Dakota State University (NDSU) for more than 100 years. The College, a major academic unit of North Dakota State University, serves the state, region, and nation through its programs in pharmacy, nursing, and allied sciences providing education, research, patient care, and public service. Through its mission, the NDSU College of CHP advances health care through research and scholarship and prepares students to become competent, caring, ethical, professionals and citizens, committed to lifelong learning. In addition, through its people and programs the College places an emphasis and value on people; quality; professionalism and ethics; knowledge, teaching, and learning; research and scholarship; patient-focused care; and interprofessional education. The College of Health Professions is currently the largest health professions training program in North Dakota.