The Ladies Auxiliary of the Texas State Pharmaceutical Association awarded its first scholarship to a promising female student. The school was elevated to the status of College of Pharmacy.
A shack was erected near Galveston’s main building to accommodate a chemistry laboratory to ease overcrowding in pharmacy’s basement facilities.
The Board of Regents adopted a recommendation to restrict enrollment to the college to ease severe overcrowding. Pharmacology/Toxicology became a department of the college.
Entrance requirements for the College of Pharmacy were changed to require a high school diploma.
Courses in hospital pharmacy were added to the curricula, and William F. Gidley was appointed dean.
The Board of Regents approved a new Ph.G. curriculum in pharmacy, increasing the degree from a two-year to a three-year program.
The College of Pharmacy became a member of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Irma Smith became the first woman to be named to a professorial position within the college.
The Board of Regents moved the College of Pharmacy to the UT Austin campus. There it was housed in temporary makeshift quarters including army barracks. Classes were also conducted in the biology and chemistry buildings.
The Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry of the College of Pharmacy became a subdivision of the University’s Department of Chemistry.