Ongoing Projects at Logan University

Several projects have been taking place around Logan University during the trimester break and a few will continue over the coming weeks.
Both entrances will be open on Tuesday, May 12th for traffic to enter the campus. The majority of patching and striping has been completed and asphalt work will be completed in the coming weeks as weather permits. We will continue to keep the community informed as temporary closures may be needed. 
In addition, the Café has undergone a transformation and a few minor projects, including artwork will be completed and installed soon. On Tuesday, May 12th, Charlie’s Grab N’ Go will resume normal hours and serve coffee, breakfast and wraps. Due to construction, Logan’s Café will be closed on Tuesday, May 12th and two food trucks, Global Quesadilla and Deli on a Roll (cash and credit cards accepted) will be in the fountain area of the Administration Building from 11am-1pm. 

Logan’s Café will resume its regular schedule beginning on Wednesday, May 13th.

We thank you for your patience as we improve Logan’s campus.

Master's Open House - June 17th

Learn more about the Master's Programs offered at Logan University and meet with the Deans, Program Directors, Admissions staff and Financial Aid staff at our College of Health Sciences Open House!

This informal event will be held between 5pm and 7:30pm on Wednesday, June 17th in Logan's Student Center and will feature heavy hors d'oeuvres. 

Please RSVP to if you're planning on attending.

Standard Process Seminar - May 12th

Students are invited to attend a Standard Process seminar on Tuesday, May 12th between 5:30pm and 7:00pm. The seminar's topic is Nutrition: The Complete Picture from Consultation to Grocery Shopping & Preparation which will be presented by Julie Evans-Vitale, CN, CPT who is a Nutritionist and Certified Personal Fitness Trainer with an emphasis on whole food nutrition.

The seminar will be held at Nutritional Services Inc. which is located at 1795 Clarkson Road in the US Bank building.

Seating is limited! To register, please call Susan at 314-494-3973.

Click here to view the event flyer.

2015 Spring Symposium Recap

The 2015 Spring Symposium was recently held over the first weekend in May and featured nationally-recognized speakers, vendors, social events and much more. The Symposium had over 400 total attendees who had the opportunity to receive 24 hours of continuing education, view a sold out vendor area and network with former classmates and colleagues.

The vendor area (pictured above) was in high demand and tables are already being booked for the 2016 Symposium. Attendees also enjoyed social events such as the Meet Me in St. Louis Cocktail Party (pictured below) and the State of the University / Scholarship Luncheon.

Two of the most prominent names in chiropractic, Dr. Fabrizio Mancini and Dr. Louis Sportelli, spoke during the 2015 Spring Symposium.

Dr. Mancini (pictured above) is a health and wellness expert, world-renown chiropractor, bestselling author, international speaker and President Emeritus of Parker University. He lectures all over the world and inspires all who hear him to live a healthy lifestyle.

Dr. Sportelli (pictured right with Dr. Norman Kettner) has served in a variety of leadership roles, including president of the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) and as president of NCMIC Group, Inc. Dr. Sportelli has lectured extensively throughout the world on risk management, practice management, ethics, communication and other topics related to malpractice and risk.

Thank you to all of our attendees, speakers and vendors who helped make the 2015 Spring Symposium a huge success!

Congratulations 2015 Scholarship Winners!

At the State of the University Address & Scholarship Awards Luncheon, over $106,000 in scholarships were awarded to Logan students. This year’s scholarship award recipients include:

B. E. Doyle Scholarship ($750) 
David Todd Hakanson
Marc Nelson

Beatrice B. Hagen, DC Scholarship ($500) 
David Mann

Chi Rho Sigma – Dr. Lee Juhan Memorial Scholarship ($500) 
Daniel Michael

Chi Rho Sigma – Drs. Arthur & Violet M. Nickson Memorial Scholarship ($500)
Kathryn Wagner

Dr. Arthur L. McAuliffe Scholarship ($1,500) 
Timothy Sullivan

Dr. Eugene Mikus Scholarship ($4,500) 
Samantha Brooke Wideman

Dr. Faye Eagles Scholarship ($1,000) 
Kathryn Wagner

Dr. Gordon Heuser Memorial Scholarship ($1,000) 
Mercedes Dunn

Dr. Lori Bents Scholarship ($500) 
Megan Osladil

Dr. Thomas E. Speer Scholarship ($5,000) 
David Mann

Dr. William Purser Chiropractic Excellence Scholarship ($50,000)
Kate Cline

Dr. William M. Harris Scholarship ($1,000) 
Monique White

Foot Levelers, INC. Scholarship ($1,000) 
Ryan Cahall

Friend of Logan Scholarship ($3,000) 
Victoria Gregory
Monique White

Howard S. Grossman, DC Scholarship ($2,500) 
Tember Hursh
Jennifer Kim

Jon Cromer Memorial Scholarship ($1,500) 
Chloe Tillman

Michigan Chiropractic Foundation Fund Scholarship ($1,500)
Kimberly Schroeder

Promise Award Scholarship ($2,500 - $5,000) 
Regan Buck
Amari Kimble
Morgan Pearson
Emma Robertson
Carrie Santore
Dalton Tolliver
Warren Varney

Scharnhorst Scholarship ($750) 
Victoria Gregory
David Todd Hakanson
Tember Hursh
Abraham Renaud
Monique White

Standard Process, INC. Scholarship ($2,000) 
Tember Hursh
Jennifer Kim
Chloe Tillman

The Loomis Institute Scholarship Award for Viscero-Somatic Studies (Conference package)
Daniel Michael

Tracey Parmentar Scholarship ($1,000) 
Monique White