Salvatore LaFerla, of Osage Beach, recently graduated from St. Louis College of Pharmacy. LaFerla was one of 223 students to receive a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) during the College’s 149th Annual Commencement, which was held at the Peabody Opera House in May.

Salvatore LaFerla, of Osage Beach, recently graduated from St. Louis College of Pharmacy. LaFerla was one of 223 students to receive a Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) during the College’s 149th Annual Commencement, which was held at the Peabody Opera House in May.

LaFerla is the child of Frank and Mickey LaFerla, and is an ’11 graduate of Camdenton R-III High School.

St. Louis College of Pharmacy is one of the oldest and largest colleges of pharmacy in the nation. Founded in 1864, the College has a rich history as an independent institution that continues to lead pharmacy and health care education.

Students come to the College from 48 states and 14 countries and are enrolled in a curriculum based on practical application with a study in the arts and sciences leading to a Doctor of Pharmacy with an integrated Bachelor of Science. In the St. Louis region, nearly three out of four practicing pharmacists are graduates of the College.

More information is available at stlcop.edu.