As a University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis alumnus, you belong to a community of innovators and leaders making a difference in their communities through expert practice and a dedication to building healthier societies.
Throughout our history, our alumni have been at the core of what drives our evolution. And with growth comes opportunity. Opportunity for you to connect with future and fellow alumni who share your passion, can expand your knowledge and strengthen your skills to be an expert in your field — and to reconnect with your alma mater and take part in its future.
We are stronger when we grow together, and with your support and engagement, we can ensure the health and longevity of our historic institution.
Welcome Notes for Students
Help us welcome our new students this fall with a note of congratulations, encouragement or reflection. Submit a note by Aug. 8, and we will print and deliver it to the student when they arrive on campus.
Join our virtual community to connect with alumni, faculty and staff as we read and discuss various book genres such as lifelong learning, professional development and novels.
Alumni Couples Club
Our alumni couples share a very special bond, and both partners being graduates of the University has its perks — you really understand what your partner is referring to when mentioning the Majestic, Drs. Haberle and Naeger or Rabe Hall.
Couples who both graduated from the University are invited to sign up for our Love in the Lab program.
Nominate an Outstanding Alumnus
Nominate an alumnus for our 2021 awards, presented during Founders Day.
Show Your Pride
Show your University pride with alumni apparel and merchandise for the workplace, the weekends or on the go!
Update Your Info
Ensure you stay up to date on University news and local events by updating your contact information.
Students of Concern Committee
Alumni and preceptors submit concerns about current students to the Students of Concern Committee, which 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.
Submit a referral to the Students of Concern Committee.
We are here to help you in any way we can. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or 314.446.8419.