History of CaSPA

Since its establishment in 2004, the Canberra Student Pharmacy Association has been representing students undertaking the Master of Pharmacy Course at the University of Canberra. However, it is with great excitement that in 2013 the University of Canberra introduced its Bachelor of Pharmacy course. Through small beginnings, with a class size of 12, CaSPA has now grown to represent over 70 ‘pharmacists in training’.

CaSPA endeavors to:

  • Always promote the best interests of its members as pharmacy students at the University of Canberra
  • Provide social and professional networking amongst pharmacy students and members of the local pharmacy profession
  • Facilitate NAPSA member benefits to our members
  • Ensure pharmacy students at the University of Canberra have the best possible learning, education, and fun experience while completing their degree

Benefits of CaSPA Membership:

    • Complementary and Alternative Medicines Course
    • Smith and Nephew Wound Care Course
    • First Aid Course
    • Mental Health First Aid
    • Social Activities
    • Discounted AMH
    • Professional networking opportunities
    • Membership to NAPSA and IPSF
    • Career and Intern Training Program information sessions
    • Free BBQs
    • Discounted ticket to the UC Annual Pharmacy Ball and Graduation Celebrations
    • ePlacebo Magazine
    • Invitation to the annual NAPSA Congress

Payment Details:

CaSPA 2018 membership costs $20

Membership is not valid until payment has been received, however there is a short grace period in which you may use MyNAPSA while the CaSPA secretary processes your payment. You'll receive email notification once your payment has been processed.

Payment options:


Head to the Commonwealth Bank branch at UC and make a cash deposit directly into our account, just tell the teller our BSB and account number.

EFT Account Name: CASPA

Acc#: 10083520

BSB: 062 924

Reference: [student number] Membership

Postal Address

CaSPA President

Allied Health

Level D, Building 12 University of Canberra

ACT 2601

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