Honoring Tradition

A Campaign to Restore the Tower

There are many things that demand our attention - from rigorous academics and research to maintaining our position as one of the top chiropractic and health science institutions. Yet beyond the confines of our curriculum and classrooms, we are equally committed to first impressions and points of pride.

In 1973 - the year we moved to our current location - we accepted the responsibility of maintaining our grounds, facilities and structures, including the iconic bell tower built for our predecessor, Maryknoll Seminary.

Over the year, the "Tower" has become synonymous with Logan. It's a defining element of our campus landscape and serves as a reminder of our strength and perseverance.

Ensuring the Tower has a presence in our future is a priority for us today.

The 55-year-old Tower is beginning to show signs of age. Investing in repairs now is a cost-effective method of extending the life of the Tower. Our Honoring Tradition campaign seeks to raise approximately $400,000 needed to restore the Tower for another 50 years.

Your pledge of support will enable us to complete the needed renovation and beautification work.

Help Restore the Tower!

Please mention the Tower Restoration Project in the comments section when donating online.


Scope of Work
Take a closer look at our scope of work for the Tower.

Roof replacement.

Replacement of 3 bells.

Repair cracks in concrete.

Repair cracks in concrete.
 
Restore the Tower to its original white exterior.


Install brick walk and stacked limestone planters at the base of the Tower.
   
Artist Rendering

Artist rendering of the proposed Tower renovation.


Giving Levels

Beginning at the "Friend" level, donors of the Honoring Tradition campaign will be recognized by having their name on a plaque near the base of the Tower.

Founder: $25,000+
Ambassador: $10,000 - $25,000
Leader: $5,000 - $10,000
Member: $2,500 - $5,000
Friend: $1,000 - $2,500
Supporter: Below $1,000

When you give $1,000 or more toward the Honoring Tradition campaign, you become a Logan Benefactor. Current Benefactors can maintain their status by designating their yearly gift toward the campaign.

Pledge to Restore the Tower!

Please mention the Tower Restoration Project in the comments section when donating online.

Did You Know?

  • The Tower weighs approximately 250 tons with each leg weighing about 45 tons.
  • The white folded plate rooftop is made out of marble.
  • The Tower stands 80 feet high.
  • Each of the Tower's three brass bells weighs 600 pounds.