The pharmacy school enrolled its first class in 2006 and received full accreditation in 2010, when the first class graduated, the UC news release states.
"This 100 percent pass rate didn't happen overnight," she said.
Easton credited the school's small class sizes and the admissions process to the school's success.
"Although we are a small school, we have meaningful impact," Easton said.
For Acree, passing the test means doing what she loves. Right now, she is doing her residency with the University of Charleston, where she is teaching and working in clinics.
"I want to teach, so passing the test and doing it within a short amount of time within graduating has helped with my future," she said.