Frequently Asked Questions
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- If I am applying for the freshman class, do I have to complete the writing portion of the ACT or SAT for admission?
- What is unique about St. Louis College of Pharmacy?
- What are the application deadlines?
- What is Early Action?
- What is Early Decision?
- What is Regular Decision?
- What is the waitlist?
- How difficult is it to get accepted to the College?
- What is the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)?
- What does it cost to attend St. Louis College of Pharmacy?
- Is financial aid available?
- Who is my admissions representative, and how do I contact them?
- How can I schedule a campus visit?
- Does the College accept dual college credit and AP class credit?
- What is the average first-year class size?
- Is on-campus housing available?
- What meal
- What extracurricular activities are available at the College?
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Frequently Asked Questions
A. No. Applicants for admission to the freshman class of 2018 do not have to complete the writing portion of the ACT or SAT.
A. There's so much to share! From our location in the Washington University Medical Center to our direct entry opportunities that provide a path to the Doctor of Pharmacy program that doesn't require applying again.
A. To be considered for admission, your admission file must be completed by the following deadlines:
- December 1: Deadline to apply for Early Action and Early Decision (freshman)
- December 1: Deadline for priority scholarship consideration
- March 1: Deadline to apply for Regular Decision (all applicants)
A. Early Action
A. Early Decision is an application process in which the College makes a binding commitment to a student for admission and a student makes a binding commitment to the institution to enroll if admitted. The College encourages Early Decision applications from students who would clearly rank St. Louis College of Pharmacy as their first choice college.
By committing to attend St. Louis College of Pharmacy, the student benefits from a guaranteed place in the highly competitive freshman class if admission requirements are met, early notification of acceptance to their first choice college, and the opportunity to attend early orientation sessions.
A. Students applying to St. Louis College of Pharmacy under the Regular Decision option who meet the College’s minimum admission requirements will be admitted based on the availability of space in the first-year class. The size of the first-year class will not exceed 250 students and might be capped lower.
A. Once the first-year class has been filled, applicants will be placed on a waitlist for admission. Admission will not be offered or denied at the time the student is placed on the waitlist. However, the College will only offer a space on a waitlist if there is a possibility that an offer of admission will be made before the admission cycle ends. Final status for waitlisted students will be determined between May 1 and August 1.
A. The Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of students’ educational records.Admissions representatives are assigned to geographic areas. If you cannot identify your admissions representative, please contact our office of admissions at 314.446.8328 firstname.lastname@example.org. email@example.com.
A. Yes, the College accepts dual credit, Advanced Placement (AP) credit and International Baccalaureate (IB) credit as long as requirements are met. Your admissions representative can evaluate your existing credits and determine if they can be transferred to STLCOP. Detailed requirements are outlined in the Academic Catalog.
A. Yes. All new undergraduate students are required to live on campus for three years.
A. All residents purchase the minimum point package for meals, which provides two balanced meals per day, as part of their room and board. Additional points may be purchased.
The College participates in NAIA Division I Intercollegiate Athletics in men's and women's basketball, soccer, tennis, track and field, cross country, women's softball and women's volleyball.