A Step-By-Step Guide to STLCOP Application
Please use the checklist below to easily compile everything needed and submit it by the required deadlines. All written documentation must be sent to: Registrar/Director of Admission, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, 4588 Parkview Place, St. Louis, MO 63110.
- Complete your application in one of three ways:
- Submit your nonrefundable $55 application fee.
Statement of Commitment
- Complete the Statement of Commitment.
- This statement expresses your understanding of and adherence to the Pharmacist’s Oath and the STLCOP Honor Code.
- If you wish to participate in our Early Decision process, complete the Early Decision Agreement Form.
- Early Decision allows students to state that STLCOP is their definitive first choice for continuing their education and they are prepared to commit to enrollment if they are admitted.
- Request an official transcript from your high school. You may use our online Request for Transcript form.
- Your transcript should be mailed directly from your high school to STLCOP, Office of Admissions, Attn: Connie Horrall, 4588 Parkview Place, St. Louis MO 63110.
- It must include your ACT/SAT score, cumulative GPA, and senior-year class rank and must bear the high school registrar’s seal.
- Sixth- or seventh-semester transcripts will be accepted for admission consideration.
- Final- or eighth-semester transcripts must be forwarded to the College immediately following graduation.
- Ask your high school science teacher to complete and submit a Science Reference form.
- This is an assessment of your abilities and character, which helps us in identifying the best students for our program.
- Ask your high school guidance counselor to complete and submit an Academic Reference form.
- You will fill out the top portion of the form and then give it to your guidance counselor for completion and submission.
- Complete the STLCOP Technical Standards form.
- This form reviews the physical, cognitive and behavioral attributes needed for success as a pharmacist.
- It ensures that you understand and accept the traits you must exhibit to complete the Pharm.D. program.
- Submit an essay.
- We require a short essay (450 to 600 words) that describes:
- why you want to become a pharmacist
- why you believe the St. Louis College of Pharmacy is a good fit for you
- how you have met and overcome adversity in your past.