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Ranked No. 1 Nationally for Return on Investment

In a 2019 study, the College ranked among the top tier of colleges and universities across the country for return on investment in bachelor’s degrees.

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Ranked No. 1 in NIH Funding Among Private Pharmacy Schools

During 2019, the College was the top-ranked private college of pharmacy for NIH grants and ranked 25th among all U.S. pharmacy schools.

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2020 Recipient of the BMO Harris Bank Spirit of St. Louis Award

The Center for Clinical Pharmacology was honored as the recipient of the BMO Harris Bank Spirit of St. Louis Award during the 2020 Arcus Awards.

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Meet Our Students

Morgan Dermody, Class of 22

Meet Morgan Dermody, a P2 Student from Highland, Illinois.

Rachel Hagyeong, Class of 21

Meet Rachel, a P3 Student from St. Louis and South Korea.

Rahul Jilakara, Class of 23

Meet Rahul, a P1 Student from Richmond, Virginia.

Mensur Koso, Class of 20

Meet Mensur, a senior from St. Charles, Missouri and Bosnia.

Latest News

On June 17, the St. Louis College of Pharmacy Board of Trustees held its final meeting of the 2019-20 academic year. During the meeting, retiring members were thanked for their dedicated service and five new members were welcomed to the Board.

Undergraduate students working at local pharmacies during the COVID-19 pandemic are finding themselves on the front lines of an unprecedented global health crisis while learning the true value of their future careers as health care professionals.

When it comes to Tom Wightman's, B.S. '59, long history with community pharmacy, he continues to hold the belief that what makes pharmacy great is the feeling of joy that comes with helping people.

Brooke (Lawrence) Aldrich, Pharm.D. ’12, and Nathan Aldrich, Pharm.D. ’12, pharmacists and owners of Lawrence Drug and Compounding Lab, are compounding hand sanitizer for first responders in Ozark and Springfield, Missouri.

The Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education recently featured an article written by Amy J. Reese, Ph.D., associate professor of microbiology at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, highlighting the Science, Ethics and Society course that she developed for the College.

First-year undergraduate student Daniella Underwood has always had a passion for service. With a passion for giving back and a love of science, Underwood found pharmacy to be the path for her.

St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s annual Student Leadership Awards honor and celebrate the outstanding student leaders and organizations who exemplify the College’s highest values.

Pharmacists who dedicate themselves to hospice and palliative care add immense value through their combination of interdisciplinary knowledge, medication expertise and a focus on compassionate patient care.

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