President Toyin Tofade

10th President of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Presidential Priorities

Academic Excellence
Quality Student Experiences
People & Culture
Engage with Communities
Financial Strength & Stewardship
About President Tofade

Toyin Tofade, MS, PharmD, BCPS, CPCC, FFIP, is the 10th president of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. The first Black woman appointed president in the College’s history, she began her service on July 1, 2022.

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President Toyin Tofade stands on ACPHS Campus
ACPHS Launches 2024-29 Strategic Plan
Development of the ACPHS’ 2024-2029 Strategic Plan involved a truly interdepartmental collaboration. Beginning in Fall 2022 and throughout 2023, representatives from across the campus community convened regularly to drive a process that would set a roadmap for the future of the College. Guided by students, faculty and staff input at various stages of planning, the end result is a fresh approach to ensuring we achieve our mission.
President Tofade stands with a group of students and alumni member at alumni weekend
President's Circle Fund (I Love ACPHS)
The leadership of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is currently planning for the future of the college and the healthcare industry. Given the ongoing changes in the healthcare landscape, our curriculum and approach must align with the needs and expectations of both current and future students, as well as employers. As we look ahead to 2029 and beyond, we have identified some key priorities that have emerged from consultations with the ACPHS community. These priorities are aimed at ensuring that we continue to fulfill our mission as a leading institution in healthcare education.

• Academic Excellence
• Quality Student Experiences
• People & Culture
• Engage with the Communities
• Financial Strength & Stewardship

Help support the future of ACPHS today!



Spotlight: Multicultural Club
The Multicultural Club Executive Board, L-R: Emma Kuska wearing a Bavarian dirndl; Vidhika Khemani, in an Indian lehenga choli and duppatta; Janany Jeyakumar, in an Indian sari; Hyun Ju Yoon, in a Korean hanbok; Tilaawat Khan, in a gharara of India and Pakistan; and Annette Rajesh, in a kurti, worn in India and Southeast Asia...


Putting Their Talents to Good Use
The campus chapter of Doctors Without Borders held its third annual ACPHS Got Talent show...


Apr 1
Future of Public Health: Keynote and Alumni Panel

Apr 13
Accepted Students Day
Ready to join our Panther Pride? Come to our April Accepted Students...


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