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Meet Our Students

Abby Jacobs, Class of 19

"I was drawn to the College because of how small it is compared to most college campuses. I came from a smaller high school, so I did not want to feel like I was surrounded by people who I barely knew. I wanted to walk the halls and see someone that I knew every day."

Alise Snyders, Class of 21

"The College is definitely a family. A lot of my friends went to bigger universities, and they have the groups that they consider their family and their home, but here, it’s the entire campus. No matter where you are or who you know or don’t know, you can always go up to anyone, and they are willing to help you."

Gozie Uzendu, Class of 17

"I chose pharmacy because it was something different and I feel that medicine itself is the core of health care. Being a drug expert and using my knowledge to improve therapeutic outcomes for patients seemed like a dream job to me at a young age, and so far, I’m glad I chose this profession."

Lan Ho, Class of 18

"The College is in an ideal location for students interested in health care. Building relationships with neighboring institutions allows you to figure out if pharmacy is right for you. If so, you're in the right spot, and if not, there are so many resources, people and mentors here that can help you get where you want to be."

Latest News

This fall, St. Louis College of Pharmacy will welcome a 2019 St. Louis Post-Dispatch Scholar Athlete to campus, as incoming freshman Samantha Kasting begins her journey in pharmacy school.

First-year student Jasmine Adams shares how St. Louis College of Pharmacy has supported her desire to give back to the local community.

As the field of geriatric medicine continues to grow so does the demand for consultant pharmacists like Curt Wood, B.S. '90, BCGP, FASCP, founder of Elder Care Pharmacy Consultants LLC.

Isaac Butler, Pharm.D., MBA, vice president for diversity and inclusion at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, has been recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal as one of its Diverse Business Leaders honorees for 2019.

The Missouri Opioid State Targeted Response Grant was implemented in May 2017. Two faculty from St. Louis College of Pharmacy were assigned to one of the grant objectives to increase access to naloxone in community pharmacies.

Amy Tiemeier is the associate professor of pharmacy practice, director of community partnerships and associate director of experiential education at St. Louis College of Pharmacy. In these roles, she is committed to engaging her students in the community and exposing them to the many possible applications of pharmacy.

A career path in pharmacy was not always clear to Danielle Moses, Pharm.D. '14, but when an emotionally traumatic event struck, it instilled in her a passion that has been the driving force for her success ever since.

Beyond named scholarships, the College provides many avenues of support and aid to students. From merit- and need-based scholarships to federal and state grants, approximately 94 percent of students receive financial aid, and 60 percent of students receive aid directly from the College.

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