The College of Chiropractic is founded with an initial enrollment of seven students. Dr. H.B. Logan serves as the college's first president until 1944. The school’s original location was at 4490 Lindell Boulevard in St. Louis’ Central West End.
The International Chiropractic Research Foundation (ICRF) announces in October that the College of Chiropractic has a new home at 7701 Florissant Road in Normandy, Missouri. Logan moves into the new home on November 6.
Drs. H.B. and Vinton Logan (front row center) pose with Logan’s first graduating class of eight on Logan’s Normandy campus at 7701 Florissant Road in north St. Louis County.
Dr. Vinton F. Logan becomes the college’s second president.
Carver Chiropractic College of Oklahoma City merges with Logan Basic College of Chiropractic.
Dr. William Coggins becomes the college’s third president.
Missouri Chiropractic College merges with Logan Basic College of Chiropractic, and the merged schools become known as the Logan College of Chiropractic.
Logan moves to its current 112-acre campus in Chesterfield, MO., a western St. Louis suburb.
Dr. M.T. Morter serves as college president for 8 months.
Dr. Beatrice Hagen arrives and begins her presidency from 1980-1992.
Named for Logan's first Chief of Staff, longtime anatomy instructor, and alumnus, Dr. Dale C. Montgomery, the Montgomery Health Center opens on Logan's campus.
Dr. George A. Goodman, a 1968 Logan graduate, becomes the college's sixth president.
Under the direction of Dr. George A. Goodman, Logan pays off its debt on the Science and Research Center and once again becomes debt-free.
The William D. Harris, DC Sports and Wellness Center, a modern sports/wellness facility, opens on campus in conjunction with Field Day.
Dr. George A. Goodman carries the first book from the temporary library to the newly renovated Learning Resources Center.
The BIOFREEZE® Sports & Rehabilitation Center opens on the Logan College campus.
Logan formally dedicates the William D. Purser, DC Center, a 47,000 square-foot learning and business conference facility, on its campus.
With construction completed, Logan dedicates the Standard Process Inc.® Student Center, a $3.6 million renovation of the college’s former gymnasium.
Logan celebrates its 75th anniversary of educational excellence.
The campus begins to see changes as the Educational Wing, a new three-story building adjacent to the Administration Center and Montgomery Health Center, is constructed to house an assessment center, administrative offices and a new classroom.
The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association announces Logan’s reaccreditation for 10 years. The HLC also provides approval and accreditation to the Master of Science Degree in Nutrition and Human Performance as an online educational presentation.
Dr. George A. Goodman begins his 20th year as president, and the tower celebrates its 50th anniversary. At Homecoming in June, Logan celebrates a dedication and ribbon-cutting for the Educational Wing, Montgomery Health Center, Foot Levelers, Inc. Clinic, Performance Health, Inc. (BIOFREEZE), and Standard Process, Inc. Courtyard.
J. Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD, a 1982 Logan alumnus, was officially inaugurated as the seventh president of Logan University at a ceremony held June 14, 2013. During his inaugural remarks, Dr. McDonald spoke of his vision for Logan’s future to bridge the gaps between chiropractic and the broader medical community. He plans to position Logan and its graduates at the forefront of integrated health care education and integrated health care delivery.