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St. Louis College of Pharmacy
St. Louis College of Pharmacy
  • Year founded: 1864
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St. Louis College of Pharmacy
Pharmacy School
St. Louis, MO
  • INTERVIEW FEEDBACK 1 3 Responses
  • SCHOOL REVIEWS 5 1 Responses



School Stats

  • Resident Tuition $30,975
  • Non - Resident Tuition $30,975
  • Application Fee $50
  • AVG GPA 3.5

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Admissions Information

  • Registrar/Director of Admissions
  • 4588 Parkview Place
  • St. Louis, MO 63110
  • United States

School Overview

St. Louis College of Pharmacy Fast Facts

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School Info

St. Louis College of Pharmacy is a private and independent nonsectarian college located in St. Louis' Central West End medical community.


The Pharm.D. curriculum places a strong emphasis on therapeutic topics and offers students advanced practice experiences in a variety of practice settings. In addition to community and hospital rotations, the student completes two ambulatory care clerkships, two medicine clerkships and two elective clerkships. One of the elective clerkships must include five weeks of direct patient care and one elective may be devoted to administration or other rotations not involving regular, direct patient care.


The five-acre campus is located in the heart of St. Louis' Central West End medical community. Along with its wealth of medical resources, the campus offers students an academically and socially enriching environment, including the following components:Two academic buildings that include laboratories, classrooms, the Library, administrative facilities, a 300-seat theater/auditorium, 32 seat computer classroom, and technology classrooms.

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Results Overview

How did the interview impress you?

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Positively 3
Negatively 0
No change 0

What was the stress level of the interview?

Response Avg # Responders
4.33 3

0 = low, 10 = high

How you think you did?

Response Avg # Responders
8.67 3

0 = low, 10 = high

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What are your suggestions for the admissions office?

No responses

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 1)?

"Why did you chose pharmacy?" More from this Member | Report Response | I was asked this question too

What was the most interesting question?

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Overall, how satisfied are you with this program?

Response Avg # Responders
10.00 1

0 = Terrible, 10 = World Class

What do you like most?

"Close knit community feel within each class" | Report Response

What do you like least?

"Students and professional program teaching staff seem disconnected at times" | Report Response

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