For 150 years, St. Louis College of Pharmacy has been committed to educating great pharmacists. The vibrant STLCOP community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni
On Nov. 8, St. Louis College of Pharmacy students, faculty, staff and alumni gathered to celebrate Founders Day.
The College takes top spots for return on investment in new Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce ranking of 4,500 colleges and universities.
The College's Department of Athletics, Fitness and Recreation has announced that it will introduce esports as a varsity sport at the start of the 2020-21 academic year.
P3 student Eric Zhang and P4 students William Miller and Chris Thai were part of a team that finished among the top four teams in the nation during the Clinical Pharmacy Challenge held as part of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Annual Meeting in New York City.
The College is exposing local high school students to scientific enterprise and research opportunities through the Students and Teachers as Research Scientists program.
Mickey Smith, B.S. '60, M.S. '62, is something of a Renaissance man – a prolific author, historian, world traveler, marketer, academician and pharmacist. Smith used his passion for seeking and sharing knowledge to carve a unique path in pharmacy.
As the demand for specialized health care continues to grow, so does interest in pharmacy residency programs.
Misty C. Farr, Pharm.D. ’10, pharmacy manager at Walmart Pharmacy, shares why celebrating American Pharmacists Month is important.
Each October, St. Louis College of Pharmacy celebrates American Pharmacists Month, a time dedicated to recognizing pharmacists’ contributions to health care and the role they play in their communities. With American Pharmacists Month upon us, we’re featuring two College alumnae who have established themselves as regional leaders in the pharmacy profession.