Slice of Logan at Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs is a Big Attendance Draw
March 27, 2012
The Logan Division of Enrollment Management reports that the 38th "Slice of Logan,” held this past Saturday, March 24, drew 76 prospective students and a total of 171 students and guests to the Logan campus from across North America including Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Kansas, Florida, Tennessee, Minnesota, Ohio, Nebraska, Mississippi, Louisiana, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan, Oklahoma, Virginia, New Jersey, Colorado, New York, North Carolina and Pennsylvania.
“This Slice was one of the largest attendance numbers we’ve ever had for one of these prospective student events,” said Vice President of Enrollment Management Dr. Boyd Bradshaw. “We are very encouraged by the interest shown by our future students.”
Featured guest speakers at Slice included Logan alumna Dr. Jennifer McCleary (Logan class of December 2005) and alumnus Dr. Kern G. McMurtrie (a Dec. 2000 graduate). Both doctors of chiropractic talked about their experiences at Logan and fielded questions about their respective practices. In addition, Logan President Dr. George A. Goodman, Dr. Elizabeth A. Goodman, dean of university programs, Steve Held, director of admissions, James Paine, dean of student services, and other faculty, staff, and students were on hand to answer questions about Logan.
The Slice event also included a campus tour, a mock-adjusting class session and the opportunity for prospective students to gather information about admissions requirements, financial aid and student services.
Slice of Logan program is held three times a year – in March, June and October – and draws students from across the United States and Canada.