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The St Louis College of Pharmacy

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Faculty members are veryBrightPharmacy
Faculty members are very unprofessional. I've had professors ignore my emails asking specific questions or for help. Professors do not listen to students.
4th Year Female -- Class 2018
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Education Quality: D-
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Run! Dont attend this school.Not so brightBiology
Run! Dont attend this school. They start out with about 250 first year students and by the 2nd year 175 of them drop out or are dismissed! STLCOP replaces them with community college students in order to keep their school running. Of course their are different standards for these tranfers.

Self directed learning, in other words you literally have to teach yourself the material. Try learning Organic Chemistry without a lecture. I have seen students go out the door that had stellar grades in high school.

The dean is a joke! She hasn't got a clue what is going on.
The dismissing is all done by computer.
Please do yourself a favor and pass on this school. You will save yourself alot of heartache!

2nd Year Female -- Class 2015
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Education Quality: F
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I thought I received a good education untilPharmacy
I thought I received a good education until I worked along side graduates of other programs. I attended there straight out of high school and didn't know the difference until after graduation. I am gainfully employed because of my education but in comparison to other programs, it is very average and students that enroll have little choice but to continue to pursue pharmacy unless they are willing to start over at a university with a significant student loan debt. The retention rates are low and the board pass rates are only average. There are some very caring faculty but the administration is focused on revenue at the expense of student success. This explains why clinical faculty turnover is so high and has been for the past 25 years.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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