Class of 2014 Graduate Reception
Saturday, May 3
Students, family, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to a reception honoring the College's graduating class of 2014. The event will include food, drinks, entertainment and the class of 2014 awards ceremony. Attire is business casual.
Friday, April 25
The College will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on the Quad for the new academic and research building.
March 7, March 28 and April 18
Attend a Spring Reception to find out more about living and learning at St. Louis College of Pharmacy. Space is limited! For more information please contact Lauren Barry at 314.446.8337 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
First-year students who live on campus do not have parking privileges due to space restrictions, but many amenities are within walking distance of campus or easily accessible via St. Louis public transportation. Because parking in public city lots is expensive and can be inconvenient, students who live in the Residence Hall typically opt to leave their vehicle at home.
First-year students who commute to and from campus may obtain a campus parking permit. Assigned spaces are on campus or within easy walking distance.View the gallery
A Complete College Experience
Future Pharmacists Living and Learning Together
Being with people who share your interests and challenges can make anything more comfortable and fun. That’s the case for students who live on campus at St. Louis College of Pharmacy during their first and second years of classes. Adjusting to college life can be daunting, but doing it with others who are adjusting too eases the transition. Residence Hall life allows STLCOP students to relax, study, and socialize without commuting to and from campus. Everything you need to live and learn is right here.
- Residence Hall features comfortable double-occupancy rooms for first-year students, apartment-like suites with private bedrooms for second-year students, semi-private bathrooms, study lounges, laundry facilities, and kitchenettes.
- Students who live on campus participate in activities that help them become familiar with the St. Louis area. Ten upperclassmen serve as resident assistants (RAs) and live on site to help students with any needs, questions, and advice. These 10 individuals are specially trained to handle a variety of situations, including roommate problems, academic issues, homesickness, depression, stress, noise complaints, and emergencies. A full-time Residence Hall coordinator also lives on site and is always available to assist students.
- The Parkview Café offers delicious, healthy meals and snacks for residents. This popular campus hang out will help you feel right at home and give you the fuel you need for class and studies.
- Safety is always a primary concern. The College provides continuous security with both foot patrols and closed-circuit security cameras. As an additional security measure, students living in the Residence Hall must use their ID card to gain building and elevator access after hours.