Chesterfield Parkway West Bridge & Highway 40 Closures

Effective midnight, April 1st, the Chesterfield Parkway West Bridge will be closed until the end of July as the bridge is replaced. 

In addition, Highway 40/64 will experience closures beginning Friday, April 4th as MODOT removes the Chesterfield Parkway West and Airport Road bridges.

Additional information can be found here.

John Jaffry Recognized by Missouri Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers

Congratulations to John Jaffry, Logan University's Registrar, for being selected by the Missouri Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (MACRAO) as receiving the Best Session award for the 2013 77th Annual State Conference held at Camden on the Lake, October 27-29, 2013.   John’s session The “U” in Upper Administration was selected out of 30 sessions.

SDC Elections - April 8th

SDC Elections will be held on
Tuesday, April 8th at 11:05am in Room 156B.

If you're interested in running, please full out an application and submit it by April 1st at 11:05am.

Questions or want more information? Stop by the SDC Office and learn about this great opportunity to get involved!

Dr. Carl Saubert to Retire in December

Dr. Saubert, Logan’s leader of academic affairs, has announced his plans for retirement from Logan University at the end of 2014. Dr. Saubert will continue with Logan in a consulting role through 2015 to shepherd the University through the Council on Chiropractic Education re-accreditation process.

“Dr. Saubert’s expertise in campus administration and chiropractic accreditation has helped Logan earn and maintain its reputation for world-class education. He will be missed and we have very large shoes to fill in his replacement,” said J. Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD, President of Logan University.

Logan will be conducting a national search for Dr. Saubert’s replacement.

Dr. Saubert earned his doctorate in exercise physiology in August 1972 from Washington State University, holds a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology from Washington State University and a Bachelor of Science in Education from Eastern Montana College.