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|St. Louis College of Pharmacy|
|President||John A. Pieper|
|Undergraduates||2 years (No official degree earned)|
|Postgraduates||3 years school, 1 year rotations|
|Location||St. Louis, MO, USA
|Tuition||$23,626/year ($800/credit hour)|
|Athletics||NAIA / KIAC|
Located on a five acre campus in St. Louis' Central West End medical community, the St. Louis College of Pharmacy is the oldest college of pharmacy west of the Mississippi River. The College’s 6,000 living alumni represent 50 states and 11 foreign countries. Approximately 72 percent of practicing pharmacists in the St. Louis region are graduates of St. Louis College of Pharmacy.
The College admits students directly from high school and integrates the liberal arts and sciences with a six-year professional curriculum leading to the PharmD degree. In 2014, the College will be expanding to a seven-year program which will allow students to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree after four academic years.
Enrollment is currently at 1,260 students, with incoming freshmen classes of approximately 250 students. These students are taken directly from high school, with a handful of applicants allowed to transfer each year until the third year of the program.
St. Louis College of Pharmacy is accredited by both the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as well as the Higher Learning Commission North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, both out of Chicago.
Student organizations 
- Athletics [See below]
- Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC)
- Catholic Students Organization (CSO)
- Chess Club
- College Republicans
- Conjurings Literary Magazine
- EUTS Dance Team
- Fraternities [See below]
- Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
- Interfraternity Council (IFC)
- International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE)
- International Students Organization (ISO)
- Pharmakon School Newspaper
- Phi Lambda Sigma Pharmacy Leadership Society
- Prescripto Yearbook
- Rho Chi Pharmacy Honor Society
- Roller Hockey Team
- Royal Chorale
- Sci-onics (Sci-Fi) aka G.E.A.R.S.
- St. Louis Student Pharmacist Association (SPA)
- Student Alumni Association
- Student Ambassadors
- Student Body Union (SBU)
- Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA)
- Student Organization for Drug and Alcohol Awareness (SODAA)
- Women's Health Issues Group
- Young Democrats
Success Center 
The College runs a Success Center for students. The center's counselors are there to answer questions and/or direct students to the appropriate campus offices, meet with students to conduct an individual study-skills consultation, give time management tips, and provide tutoring information. The Success Center is located on the first floor of the residence hall.
Norton Writing Center 
The College supports Norton Writing Center, where students can get help with their writing assignments. The center is staffed by a professional coordinator and by student tutors, who are trained to assist students in improving their writing. Writing center staff work with students one-on-one to improve their writing skills, providing reader feedback and offering suggestions for improvement. Norton Writing Center also provides writing help to students through handouts and through its campus intranet site. Originally established by an alumni donation, Norton Writing Center is currently located on the second floor of O.J. Cloughly Memorial Library.
- Pharmakon (Student Newspaper - published quarterly)
- Script (Alumni Magazine - published semesterly)
- Conjurings (Student Creative Writing/Literary Magazine - published yearly)
- Prescripto (Yearbook - published yearly)
St. Louis College of Pharmacy teams are known as the Eutectics. The college competes in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) as a member of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC). Men's sports include basketball, cross country, soccer, tennis and track & field; while women's sports include basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field and volleyball.
The SCP women's cross country made college history in Fall 2009 when they were the first full team to make it to a national competition. Nationals were held in the state of Washington. They also won their conference meet, which sent them to nationals.
In March of 2010, David Baker became the first Eutectic to earn a spot as an NAIA All-American in Indoor Track for his 4:13.50 time in the indoor mile. He repeated the feat again at the 2012 NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships with a 4:08.30 finish. Baker is the only Eutectic to earn All-American honors and recoginition of his achievement is displayed on a banner in the school's gymnasium "The Pillbox."
- Softball (new for 2012-13)
The Eutectic, also known as Mortimer "Morty" McPestle, is depicted in its own white lab coat, with a fierce expression ready for competition.
"The 'Eutectic' describes the scientific process of two solids being combined to form a liquid. A common term in pharmacy, it is the perfect metaphor for the St. Louis College of Pharmacy’s intercollegiate athletic program—combining athletics and a demanding academic program." The Eutectic was once recognized as the most esoteric mascot in the country by ESPN.
- Alpha Zeta Omega - Rho (Professional)
- Delta Sigma Theta - Chi (Professional)
- Kappa Epsilon - Alpha Omicron (Professional)
- Kappa Psi - Gamma Pi (Professional)
- Lambda Kappa Sigma - Alpha Zeta Chapter (Professional)
- Phi Delta Chi - Beta Delta (Professional)
- Lambda Chi Alpha - Pi Lambda Zeta (Social)
All rush and pledging activities occur during the fall semester and are open only to second-year students and older who have completed one full semester, have a 2.70 GPA, and were not on academic probation the semester before.
- As of June 30, 2009. "U.S. and Canadian Institutions Listed by Fiscal Year 2009 Endowment Market Value and Percentage Change in Endowment Market Value from FY 2008 to FY 2009" (PDF). 2009 NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments. National Association of College and University Business Officers. Retrieved March 3, 2010.
- Lloyd, David. ""Eagles, Tigers and Gorloks, oh my!"". Espn.com's Page 2. Retrieved 2007-05-02.
- St. Louis College of Pharmacy official website
- St. Louis College of Pharmacy official athletics website
- Kappa Psi - Gamma Pi
- Lambda Chi Alpha - Pi Lambda Zeta
- Kappa Epsilon - Alpha Omicron
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