Students - Save 10% on all Logan Cafe Purchases

Logan University has prepaid meal cards for use in the Logan Cafe! After purchasing a meal card, you'll receive 10% off all food and beverage purchases in the Cafe when you pay with your card. 

Meal cards can be purchased from the Logan Cafe staff during normal operating hours and require a minimum deposit of $50. Payments can be made with cash, credit or check.

Questions? Contact Doug Merry at FoodService@logan.edu or at 636-230-2439.

St. Louis' Strongest Man and Woman Competition Held at Logan University

St. Louis' Strongest Man and Woman competition was held on Logan's campus on Saturday, May 10th. Approximately 75 athletes competed and a crowd of over 200 spectators cheered them on. Ten Logan BIOFREEZE interns treated over 60 participants during the competition.

Congratulations to Logan student Grant Hartman for winning the LW Novice group!



(Photo via @AmerStrongman)


(Photo via @AmerStrongman)


(Photo via @AmerStrongman)

Student Town Hall Meeting with President McDonald

Students are invited to attend a Town Hall meeting with Logan's President, Dr. J. Clay McDonald on Tuesday, May 20th. This meeting will be held in Room 142B from 11:00am to 12:00pm.

All current students are encouraged to attend to learn more about the curricular changes in the DC program and to share a dialogue with Dr. McDonald.

Please RSVP to Student.Services@logan.edu by Friday, May 16th.

Logan Bookstore - May Sale


Stop by the Matthews Logan University Bookstore and take advantage of big savings through the end of May.

25% - 30% off all clothing
20% off all gift items
25% off scrubs
20% off lab coats
20% off spine models

Special prices are good through May 31st.

Logan Students and Faculty Return from Clinic Abroad Trip to Costa Rica

Logan students and faculty have returned from the inaugural trip of Logan's Clinic Abroad program. The group of 11 students and three faculty members visited Costa Rica, providing chiropractic care at two locations near the country's capital of San Jose. The students treated a total of 541 patients and delivered donated items (crayons, coloring books, dental care products, etc.) to the residents.