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St. Louis College of Pharmacy is a private graduate school in St. Louis, Missouri. It has a small graduate student body with an enrollment of 861 graduate students. The 1 graduate program at St. Louis College of Pharmacy is on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at St. Louis College of Pharmacy are Pharmacy Studies. 1% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
4588 Parkview Place
St. Louis, MO 63110

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The best part of this school is by far the faculty. The professors here truly care about their students and do everything in their power to help us in any way they can.
The average tuition reported is drastically lower than the actual cost. The tuition alone per semester is $17,878 ($35,756 per year), which is excluding the fees and other costs . However, the reported tuition a year was $26,000 a year. My overall cost including tuition and fees was $41,821 a year (for a commuter).
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The tuition amount reported is highly inaccurate. I was just charged over 20,000 for this semester ALONE. Base tuition/semester is ACTUALLY $17,878. Plus cost for summer rotations, an additional ~4K. Add 800/yr for a laptop that isn't worth that; 1K/yr for parking; I also get to fight over space w/ students from Goldfarb that don't pay tuition to go here. Add in fees for student activities, a MANDATORY orientation EVERY YEAR, a health clinic that you'll never use. The fees rise every year (parking increases $100/yr), tuition increases every year; the VALUE significantly DECREASES each year. President cares more about athletics (we are NOT an athletic university, stop trying to make it one!). Unless you are part of LGBTQI community, member of a minority, or part of athletics, you will most likely get denied scholarships. The amount awarded in financial aid is minimal, & I will have 200K+ in loan debt. STAY FAR AWAY FROM HERE. Professors are great, President/Board are among the worst.