At St. Louis College of Pharmacy, we are committed to the safety, security and well-being of our students, faculty and staff. The College continually works to improve security and foster a safe and secure climate for learning and living.
Dial S-A-F-E for Emergencies
In the event of an emergency on campus, contact the Office of Public Safety by dialing
The Office of Public Safety base station is located in the Children’s Place garage and is staffed 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
Bias Incident Report
As outlined in the Bias Incident Response (BIR) Policy, the College is committed to establishing and nurturing an environment that actively acknowledges and values diversity and inclusion and is free from any type of prejudice, intolerance or harassment. Members of the College community have the right not to be discriminated against by any individual or group based on their actual or perceived age, ancestry, ethnicity, national origin, ability (physical, psychological, cognitive), sex, gender identity or expression, citizenship or immigration status, marital status, race, religion, religious practice, veteran status, or other protected classification.
The College does not tolerate such incidents and will seek resolution of such matters.
Bias incidents should be reported using the Bias Incident Report form. Once a completed report has been submitted, a member of the Bias Incident Response Committee will review and initiate the incident resolution process.
Refer a Student to the Students of Concern Committee
The Students of Concern Committee provides a confidential support system for early intervention of at-risk students. The committee receives referrals from the campus community about students for a number of reasons, including but not limited to academic, personal, financial, mental health or behavioral concerns.
Examples of referrals may include:
- Claims that a student is going to harm themselves or others. If you have an immediate concern, please
call at314.446.SAFE (7233).
- A student's physical appearance is deteriorating.
- A student is suffering from or dealing with the side effects of a serious illness.
- There are perceived concerns regarding the mental and physical health, welfare and safety of a student.