Admission Procedures: Doctor of Chiropractic
Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs enrolls three classes each year: January, May and September. It is recommended to begin the process at least six months prior to the date of desired matriculation. Apply now!
Each student must complete the Doctor of Chiropractic application and include the $50 application fee.
Official transcripts must be sent from ALL undergraduate institutions that a student has attended, even if only one class was taken at the institution. The official transcripts can be sent to the following address:
Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs
Office of Admissions
1851 Schoettler Rd
PO Box 1065
Chesterfield, MO 63006-1065
Each student must fulfill the basic prerequisite coursework required for admission into the Doctor of Chiropractic program. An evaluation of the student transcripts will be completed to determine if the Doctor of Chiropractic requirements have been fulfilled as well as prerequisites for the Bachelor of Science Degrees.
Chiropractic Reference Letter
Logan encourages students to gain access to a licensed practicing Doctor of Chiropractic before beginning the doctoral program. A reference letter from a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic must be sent to the Office of Admissions at the above address. This letter should be on the doctors letterhead or on our reference form and indicate that they recommend you for our Doctor of Chiropractic program.
If you do not know a Doctor of Chiropractic in your area and/or would like a referral to a Logan graduate, please contact the Office of Admissions at (800) 533-9210 or email at email@example.com.
One Confidential Evaluation
To insure students are ready to begin this doctoral program, one name and address of individuals need to be provided. The Office of Admissions will send each individual a reference form. The type of person to include for this requirement can be past instructors or advisors, past employers, clergy, etc.; someone who can give an honest evaluation of your skills and ambitions. This information will be provided to our office on the Doctor of Chiropractic application.
The assessment of potential students is very important in the admissions process. We conduct informal interviews with each applicant prior to granting full acceptance into the Doctor of Chiropractic Program. Usually this interview will be conducted by admissions personnel during a campus visit. When planning a visit to the campus, we will automatically schedule you for an admissions interview.
Shortly after a student has been conditionally accepted into the Doctor of Chiropractic Program, a $300 non-refundable tuition deposit will required to hold the students spot in the class in which was applied.
The $300 tuition deposit is considered part of the total tuition. At the time of registration, the student is expected to have made appropriate arrangements through the Office of Financial Aid to have a loan in process or to be responsible to pay the remainder of tuition and fees in full. All tuition and fees are payable in U.S. dollars.
Approval of the Admissions Committee
Each applicant must receive a majority approval from the Admissions Committee. Each member of the Admissions Committee evaluates the students application based on academic performance. Once a majority of the Admissions Committee accepts the application, the student is granted conditional acceptance
Acceptance in the Doctor of Chiropractic Program
Students will go through several stages when applying for the Doctor of Chiropractic Program: full acceptance, conditional acceptance, probational acceptance and denial.
All of the admission requirements have been met. This includes all official transcripts, confidential evaluations, admissions interview, chiropractic reference letter and tuition deposit.
An applicant is granted conditional acceptance when the majority of prerequisites are documented. The remaining terms of the conditional acceptance must be documented by the fourth week following matriculation. After that time the applicant is re-evaluated and is no longer considered an enrolled student at Logan for that trimester if the terms of the conditional acceptance have not been satisfied.