Academic and Research Building

The Academic and Research Building (ARB), opened in August 2015, houses the School of Pharmacy and features research and clinical skills laboratories, technologically advanced classrooms, the library, the auditorium and flexible gathering and forum space.

The ARB also is home to the Offices of Admissions, Financial Aid and the Registrar, as well as the Center for Clinical Pharmacology, Center for Health Outcomes Research and Education, and Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education.

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Jones Hall

Jones Hall marks the College's original location when it moved to the Central West End in 1927. The marble staircase inside the north entrance is one of the most recognizable features of campus.

Jones Hall houses the School of Arts and Sciences and is home to classrooms and laboratories for courses in the basic sciences and liberal arts.

Jones Hall also is where you will find the Technical Support Center and the Offices of the President, Marketing and Communications, Human Resources and Public Safety.

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Recreation and Student Center

The Recreation and Student Center (RAS), opened in May 2017, provides one-stop access to support resources, study space and dining, as well as a fitness center, recreation gym and indoor track.

In the Student Success Center, students have access to both personal and academic support including tutoring, academic advising, career planning and counseling. The RAS also is home to the College's intercollegiate athletic program and features an 1,100-seat competition gymnasium.

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North Residence Hall

North Residence Hall is located on the top three floors of the Recreation and Student Center, and it is where first-year students and sophomores live. North Residence Hall provides a convenient, affordable living option just steps from dining options, recreation activities, student services and classrooms.

The residence hall offers a full suite of amenities and beautiful city views. Each floor has group and individual study lounges, a kitchenette, as well as a central social lounge for students to gather.

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South Residence Hall

Juniors and professional students live in South Residence Hall, which is designed to provide upperclassmen students with the freedom to live independently or with roommates without the hassle of finding an apartment off campus.

South Residence Hall offers single- and double-occupancy rooms or suite bedrooms. Each floor has a study lounge and kitchenette available for residents. Residents also have access to a large common area off the main floor containing a TV, DVD player and fireplace.

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Children's Place Garage

Parking in the Children's Place Garage is available by permit and assigned according to class status on a first come, first-served basis. To find out more, visit stlcop.edu/parking.

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