Benchmarks for Success
Logan University is truly committed to the success of each of its students academically, clinically and professionally.
Logan's small 12:1 student/faculty ratio, nationally prominent faculty, state-of-the-art educational facilities and curricular emphasis on practice management are evidence of its ongoing commitment to excellence in professional chiropractic education. Logan’s achievement in ensuring the success of its students and alumni can also be measured through the compilation of information from various indicators, including course grades, NBCE scores, graduation rates and student loan default statistics.
Logan’s low student loan default rate is 1.2 percent, considerably better than the national rate of 14.7 percent and the 13.1 percent average for Missouri schools. It reflects highly on our graduates’ success following completion of the program and willingness to repay their financial obligations.
Financial Health? Logan Leads the Way at 3.0.
Independent colleges and universities can post evidence of their financial soundness. The Annual Institutional Data Update (AIDU) ranks schools with a composite score from a low score of -1.0 to a high score of +3.0. Logan scored a perfect 3.0 on the AIDU.
Entering Class GPA
Logan seeks to enroll highly motivated and capable students. The average entering cumulative GPA for matriculating students during the 2012-13 fiscal year was 3.23 on a 4.0 scale. While entering GPA is only one element in determining student success, it does have a correlative value in predicating performance in the Doctor of Chiropractic program.
NBCE National Board Test Results
The table and the links below illustrate performance on NBCE scores for the most recent administrations.
At Logan, 83.3 percent of our students complete the Doctor of Chiropractic Program within five years.
Success in Practice
Logan has begun to survey its graduating classes and alumni to track success in practice. This ongoing assessment will assist in developing a database for comparative and informational purposes.