Saint Louis, MO
St Louis College of Pharmacy


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Brent
Here's your chance: Say anything about your college!

Our school is unique in that for six years, everyone in your grade will take all of the same classes. We grow close and for...

Here's your chance: Say anything about your college!

Our school is unique in that for six years, everyone in your grade will take all of the same classes. We grow close and form great friendships with the majority of our peers. We all learn to help each other out by typing out class outcomes and e-mailing them to the entire grade or forming peer study sessions to prepare for exams. We concern ourselves with each others' grades and help to keep each other on track.

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Parents and students should find the college that will accommodate all of one's academic, financial, and social needs. Whether the incoming student knows what career they want to go into or not, the student should figure out all of his/her interests and research a prospective college's structured programs and classes and its professional and social organizations. A student's future school should have classes related to his/her interests so if he/she does not want to pursue a particular degree any further, available classes at the school will allow for career-direction changes. The last thing anyone wants to do is waste a year or two of expensive schooling. Students should find a school that will work with them financially. A student should be able to attend any school he/she desires and lack of money can be a major problem. Furthermore, a student should get involved with appealing extracurriculars to keep one's mind off of the daily stresses that are common with starting a new school. Meet new people and make decisions that will lead to meeting more people. Lastly, step outside of your comfort zone without compromising who you are.

What kind of person should attend this school?

Incoming high school graduates should be academically smart. If a student struggled in high school, this educational experience will prove to be tough and stressful. If one did have trouble with high school and still received A's and B's, this student should be ready to commit a great deal of time to studying and preparing for classes and exams. Someone who will remain dedicated to their studies despite the dramatic ups and downs associated with this school would be ideal. In addition to being dedicated, one should be outgoing enough to make friends and relieve the stress.

Veronica
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Parents: Let your child pick what they want. Students: Don't take advantage of the distance between your new school and home...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Parents: Let your child pick what they want. Students: Don't take advantage of the distance between your new school and home.

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

The size and drama that goes along with every class and every aspect.

What kind of person should not attend this school?

Those who are not motivated to study or have a set mind as to whether or not they want to do pharmacy in the future.

Details

  • Enrollment
  • 539
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $28,620
  • Acceptance rate
  • 71%

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