Annual Student Evaluations

As required by the UF Graduate School and College of Pharmacy graduate program, every graduate student will receive an annual evaluation from their faculty advisor. This evaluation is intended to provide feedback and guidance for a student’s academic, research, and professional performance, in coordination with the required annual Supervisory Committee meeting and the student’s ongoing IDP documentation.

The procedure for Annual Evaluations is managed by the Office of Graduate Education.

  • Students complete the Self-Evaluation, including submitting an updated IDP and CV/Resume.
  • The Office of Graduate Education collects all student self-evaluation documents and distributes to each faculty mentor to be used as a reference as they complete the Annual Evaluation for their student(s).
  • The faculty advisor meets with the graduate student to review their performance evaluation, giving the student with an opportunity to discuss the assessment and provide a response, if warranted.
  • The Annual Evaluation is signed by all parties and returned to the Office of Graduate Education to be added to the student’s educational record.

Student Self-Evaluation

Please use the form below to complete a self-evaluation of your performance and accomplishments in the 2023-24 academic year.

  • Please provide information for the most recent academic year, from August 01, 2023 to July 31, 2024.  If you have not yet met a requirement but plan to do so, provide the scheduled/estimated date of completion.
  • All students are required to upload a copy of their updated CV.

Individual Development Plan (IDP)

  • Second year students and above are required to upload a copy of their updated IDP document.
  • The College of Pharmacy does not require a specific IDP template. A COP-specific IDP template has been created with Pharmaceutical Sciences student milestones, although students may elect to use another template.
  • Learn more about UF’s requirement to complete an IDP and find alternative templates on the UF Grad School Professional Development website.