The Logan Student Government shall act as the predominant voice in favor of the student body and lead by example in accordance with the values of Logan University. LSG shall serve to empower students to be active participants in their personal Logan experience by organizing community-building opportunities, promoting student engagement, and opening dialogue between students and administration. Through this, LSG shall work toward the goal of creating a positive, inclusive, and learning-conducive culture on campus.
President – Tyler Snodgrass
Vice President – Natalie Scheer
Treasurer – Abigail Badger
Secretary – Gail Eller
Parliamentarian – Kevin DeRouen
Student Services Representatives – Quin Wilkes and Shawn Hairston
Student Activities Representatives – Hailee Saltzmann and Katie Harmon
Diversity and Inclusion Liason – Tymia Marsh
Organizations & Clubs
- Applied Kinesiology
- Logan Basic
- Motion Palpation Institute (MPI)
- Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT)
- Chi Rho Sigma
- Lambda Kappa Chi
- Pi Kappa Chi
- Omega Sigma Chi
Other Clubs and Organizations
- Chiropractic Entrepreneur Club
- Family Wellness
- Fellowship of Christian Chiropractors
- Forward Thinking Chiropractic Alliance
- Garden Club
- Logan International Alliance
- Logan United
- Sports Club Council
- Parents as Chiropractors
- Pre-Health Club
- Rehab 2 Performance (R2P)
- Sports Chiropractic Club
- Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA)
Club Day 2023
Ways to Get Involved on Campus
Starting in Trimester 1 students can run for class government, join an organization, or apply for work study positions.
Starting in Trimester 2 students can apply to be a mentor, ambassador, or tutor.
Starting in Trimester 3 students can apply for the LSG Executive Board.
LSG is always advocating for a better campus community and we rely heavily on our Class Officers to be a part of that change. Becoming involved as a Class Officer furthers your development both as a student and as a future doctor. Being a leader shows drive and passion for the profession of chiropractic and sets you apart from other students. Get involved at Logan, create the experience you expect, and better yourself along the way. Our LSG Parliamentarian supervises Class Officers, so please reach out to them if you have questions about getting involved!
Becoming a tutor is a great opportunity to assist lower trimester students as they navigate their way through Logan’s rigorous academic programs. It also provides the opportunity to spend more time working with subjects you are passionate about. Many of our tutors admit that it is very rewarding to hear they were able to help a student gain a deeper understanding of course material, succeed on an exam, or become more passionate about a subject. If you are interested in tutoring, reach out to Assistant Dean of Student Progress.
Often times, the first faces that new and prospective students see upon visiting campus are our Student Ambassadors. Becoming an Ambassador is a great way to know more about what is going on around campus and allows you to connect with students on a personal level. Ambassadors are responsible mostly for New Student Orientation and Future Leopard Weekend, but are often seen showing visitors around our campus throughout the week. If you are interested in being a Student Ambassador, reach out to the Assistant Dean of Student Engagement.
The Logan Leopard Mentor Program is a program for first trimester students that pairs them with an upper trimester student to gain insights about the Doctor of Chiropractic program. Consider it your personal helper for getting adjusted to life on campus! It is an awesome opportunity to get connected with students in various trimesters and get involved around Logan University. Once you have completed your first trimester, you can apply to be a mentor yourself through a simple application process. If you are interested in mentoring, reach out to Assistant Dean of Student Progress.
The LSG Executive Board provides oversight for most of the student involvement opportunities. The board is comprised of ten members, as seen at the top of the page. Becoming a member of the LSG Executive Board is a major step in being a leader on campus. This is the highest level of leadership you can be a part of on our campus. If you have a passion for improving your campus environment, providing resources for your peers, and hosting large-scale events, the LSG Executive Board might just be for you. Please reach out to our LSG Parliamentarian if you are interested in applying