Dr. James Paine serves as the dean of student services at Logan University. In his role, he provides leadership for the advocacy, development and coordination of co-curricular initiatives, services and activities to promote the academic, personal and professional development of all students. Dr. Paine holds a bachelor’s degree in management from Lindenwood University, a master's degree in higher education administration from the University of Missouri, and a doctorate in educational leadership from Saint Louis University.
Free Group Tutoring
In keeping with our commitment to student success, the Office of Student Services offers free group and individual tutoring for selected courses throughout the trimester. Tutors are also available during open lab sessions. Student peer tutors selected have an excellent understanding and performance in the course material. Students may also select private tutors in addition to group sessions. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this free service.
View the Spring 2014 Tutoring Schedule
The Logan Student Handbook* is produced by the Office of Student Services, located in the Administration Building room 147.
All currently enrolled students are responsible to know and to abide by the policies and institutional conduct guidelines noted in the student handbook.
* Logan reserves the right to change any provisions or requirements when such action will serve the interest of Logan or its students. The Handbook has been designed to help you understand the policies and procedures that affect you as a student while at Logan.
Student Services Staff
The Office of Student Services is committed to providing a variety of, support and outreach initiatives, designed to enhance the academic achievement and personal development of our students. Working collaboratively with the faculty and the greater campus community, the Office of Student Services works to foster a campus environment where academic achievement, personal accountability, and professional development are valued and explored. To do this, we:
- Provide leadership and support for campus -wide student service programming;
- Support students in their development: intellectual, moral, ethical, social, cultural, emotional and physical;
- Challenge students to create a diverse community of mutual respect through cultural exploration and social interaction; and
- Promote the common good while listening to the individual voice, encouraging independent thought and interdependent actions.