The ACPHS Office of Admissions is located at 106 New Scotland Ave., Albany, NY 12208.
For all general inquiries, please call 518-694-7221 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Territories: All students entering the First Professional Year of the Pharm.D. Program (regardless of geography) on both the Albany and Vermont Campuses, Freshman students from Vermont
(518) 694-7215 | Caleb.Grant@acphs.edu
I am originally from Wyoming and moved to the Capital District in 2013 by way of Illinois, Vermont, and Missouri. I am an avid fly fisherman, woodworker, and welder. When choosing a college, it is important to collect all of the information you can and base your decision on everything the school and surrounding area have to offer. I value the opportunity to guide students and families through this process. P.S. - I enjoy visiting our Vermont Campus and will talk maple syrup with anyone who will listen!
Territories: Long Island, the 5 boroughs of New York City, Westchester County, MD, DC, DE, VA
(518) 694-7157 | Matthew.Muller@acphs.edu
I am originally from Corinth, NY, and have lived in the Capital District for most of my life. When I am not working, I enjoy being outdoors - playing golf, fishing, and camping. I love the campus' proximity to so many fun and interesting activities. On a Friday you can take a five-minute drive to the Times Union Center to attend a concert, and then on Saturday morning take a 40 minute drive to the Adirondacks. I really enjoy working with the students here; they are a dedicated group of individuals who work hard and make the most out of their college experiences.
Territories: The Capital Region of NY, The Adirondack Region of NY, CA, CO, UT, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, International
(518) 694-7183 | Kevin.Rivenburg@acphs.edu
I have had the pleasure of being at the College since 2008, which means I have been able to watch hundreds of students navigate the college admissions process, enroll at ACPHS, and thrive in our programs. I am now the proud former admissions counselor of medical students/residents, Ph.D. candidates, and pharmacists working in a variety of fields. When I’m working and not working, I particularly enjoy travel, as well reading travel guides and memoirs.
Territories: All undergraduate Transfer Students (regardless of geography); Freshman students from NJ, TX, FL
(518) 694-7158 | David.Viscusi@acphs.edu
I grew up locally in Rotterdam Junction, graduated from Schalmont High School, and now make my home in Ballston Spa. I have dedicated my career and studies to higher education and the successful transition of students to our institution. I get great satisfaction out of watching the students at ACPHS grow and succeed at a high level. The students at the College are the friendliest group of individuals I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with, and they really make working here special.
Territories: Central NY, Western NY, Southern Tier of NY, Adirondacks The Catskills of NY, North Country of NY, PA and OH
(518) 694-7398 | Stephanie.Montgomery@acphs.edu
I am a native of Auburn, NY, who found my way to the Capital District in 2006. There are plenty of things to do in this area, whether it be spending the day in Washington Park, or enjoying any of the excellent restaurants in the region. The students at ACPHS are smart, focused, and admirable people, and I am pleased to work with them on a daily basis. When I’m not working, I like spending time with my family, friends, and rescued greyhound.
Territories: Hudson Valley of NY, NH, MA, ME, CT, RI, AK, AL, AR, AZ, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA MI, MN, MS, MT, MO, NE, NC, ND, NM, NV, OK, OR, SC, SD, TN, WA, WI. WY, WV
Phone: (518) 694-7285 | Kathy.Rusch@acphs.edu
I am originally from Long Island, NY, but was first hooked on helping students with the college selection process during an undergraduate admissions internship at my alma mater in Vermont. Fast forward a few years and I remain enthusiastic about helping prospective ACPHS students plan for educational and career success. I am also passionate about travel, which is a good thing, since you are likely to meet me at a college fair or high school visit in the fall or spring.