The Missouri State Chiropractic Association District 1 invites you to join them in a night of celebrating Chiropractic's Birthday!
On Saturday, September 20th, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at Logan University in Rooms 142A & 142B, the MSCA will be celebrating Chiropractic's Birthday with an amazing night of ChiropracTIC Philosophy. The first speaker will start promptly at 6:00pm.
This is a FREE event for students and MSCA members. There is a $22.09 fee for non-students or non-MSCA members.
The first speaker will be Dr. Jay Korsen. Come find out the truth about post-payment audits from someone that battled the largest health insurance company in federal court for more than 4 years and won; but still chose to run the cash practice of his dreams. Learn how to have more fun in practice from someone that adjusts 500 people a week in a 100% cash-only practice.
The closing speaker will be Dr. Steven Judson. Dr. Judson is a well-known chiropractic philosophy speaker. He is one of the key-note speakers for Dynamic Essentials, as well as a key-note speaker for chiropractic organizations in New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, Florida, and most recently at Sherman College of Chiropractic's Lyceum. Learn how he is using chiropractic to save thousands of lives each week in a cash-only, innate chiropractic office.
It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of Dr. George Goodman, Logan’s sixth president. Dr. Goodman, a 1968 graduate, served as Logan’s longest-serving president. Spanning 45 years, Dr. Goodman’s career at Logan included teaching and developing the postgraduate department at Logan. After spending ten years as Vice President of Chiropractic Affairs, Dr. Goodman was ready to pursue one of the greatest roles of his professional life. On February 6, 1993, Dr. Goodman was inaugurated as president.
Within the first two years of Dr. Goodman’s presidency, Logan reached debt-free status and enrollment in his third year exceeded the 1,000 mark for the first time in Logan’s history. Evidence of Dr. Goodman’s leadership abounds on the Logan campus today with the William M. Harris DC Sports and Wellness Center, the renovated Learning Resources Center, William D. Purser DC Center, Standard Process Student Center and the Educational Wing. His contributions transformed the campus to the modern and premier campus of today.
Dr. Clay McDonald, Logan University’s current president said, “The loss of Dr. Goodman and his dedication to the chiropractic profession and Logan is a huge loss. We pass along our thoughts and prayers to Dr. Goodman’s family.”
Visitation and Funeral Arrangements
Visitation will be held at Stygar Mid Rivers Funeral Home on Friday, September 12th between 3:00pm and 8:00pm.
Address: 5987 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, St. Charles, MO 63304.
Funeral Services will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church on Saturday, September 13th. Visitation will be held beginning at 9:00am and the service beginning at 10:00am. Burial will immediately follow in the church cemetery located on the premises.
Address: 15800 Manchester Road, Ellisville, MO 63011.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. John Lutheran Church, 15800 Manchester Rd., Ellisville, MO 63011, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or BJC Hospice.
Logan University recently welcomed 124 new Tri 1 students to campus.
Here are some fun facts about Logan's 184th class:
Two students from the new class are from Canada while the rest come to Logan from all over the United States.
A total of 24 states are represented by the new class:
Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin.
75% of the incoming students have a Bachelor's Degree.
Two students have a Master's Degree.
Five students arrived at Logan as participants in our 3+3 program with their home institution.
The Class of Multiple Names
Classes should be interesting considering how many Tri 1 students share a name with a fellow classmate.
Welcome to Logan!
The St. Louis American Foundation will honor eight Excellence in Education awardees at its 27th annual Salute to Excellence in Education Gala. One of those recipients is Dr. James Paine, Dean of Student Services at Logan.
These awards are given to individual educators for their remarkable success in empowering the lives of our youth. They are our unsung community heroes who meet the challenges of teaching and make a positive difference in the lives of our young people.
Congratulations, Dr. Paine!
The only items you will be allowed to bring into the testing area are your two forms of identification and a car key.
For exam security reasons, the NBCE does NOT allow any other items into the testing area, including, but not limited to, the following:
- Cell phones
- Remote keyless entry devices for vehicles
- Lip balm of any kind
- Writing instruments
- Reading materials
- Jackets / Hooded sweatshirts with pockets