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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

New York Times bestselling author Nic Sheff launched St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s 2019-20 Liberal Arts Convocations series on Sept. 3 with a candid discussion about his memoir of addiction and recovery, “Tweak.”

John A. Pieper, Pharm.D., FCCP, FAPhA, president of St. Louis College of Pharmacy, was recently awarded fellowship in the International Pharmaceutical Federation.

St. Louis College of Pharmacy faculty conducting research in the Center for Clinical Pharmacology have been awarded more than $6.3 million in grant funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the U.S. Department of Defense.

Brian Walter, Ph.D., professor of English and director of convocations at st. Louis College of Pharmacy, will be an upcoming guest on NPR-member station KUAR’s “Arts and Letters,” a program produced for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Public Radio.

On Sept. 11, leaders from the Washington University Medical Campus and BJC HealthCare gathered at St. Louis College of Pharmacy for a panel discussion where they shared their perspectives on the meaning of inclusion and the organizational journey to reaching inclusion at its highest peak.

With the 2018-19 flu season ranking as one of the longest in a decade, St. Louis College of Pharmacy is encouraging area residents to get their flu shots now to ensure they are prepared for the season to come.

Alicia Forinash, B.S. ’00, Pharm.D. ’01, FCCP, BCPS, BCACP, professor of pharmacy practice at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, has been recognized by the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) with its 2019 Clinical Practice Award.

St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s Preview Day is just around the corner! When you come to visit, be sure to make the visit count. Here are some tips on how to make the most out of Preview Day.

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