Campus Construction

A major construction project is underway that will transform the look of one of St. Louis’ oldest colleges. When complete, the College will have added more than 400,000-square-feet of usable space on the nine-acre campus.

Phase I Construction

In summer 2015, a new building opened, changing the face of St. Louis College of Pharmacy. The new academic and research building and library is located on the east side of campus along Taylor Avenue. The facility contains 213,000 square feet of floor space, which includes a large auditorium, several large classrooms, smaller classrooms, study areas, and 30,000 square feet of research space. The library more than tripled in size, and there is also a welcome center for prospective students and their families.

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Phase II Construction

Campus Construction: Phases I and IIConstruction began in October 2015 on a seven-story student center, residence hall and recreation facility on the northeast corner of campus. The Recreation and Student Center is scheduled to open early 2017.

As it is currently planned, the first floor of the new 193,000-square-foot building will consist of a large dining hall and kitchen, reception area, and a competition gymnasium. The second floor will have meeting rooms and an intramural gymnasium. A recreation center with a 200-meter, three-lane indoor track will be the main feature on the third floor. The student center, including a success center and student support offices, will be on the fourth floor. The College’s second residence hall with room for 220 beds will be on the fifth through seventh floors, nearly doubling the College’s on-campus housing space.

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