SDC Selling Muny Tickets


Students! Logan's Student Doctors' Council will be selling tickets to the Muny beginning on Wednesday, June 24th from 11am to 12pm inside the SDC Office.

Tickets are available for "Into the Woods" on July 24th and "Beauty and the Beast" on July 31st.

Tickets are two for $20.

Welcome Dr. Shelley Sawalich to Logan!

Welcome to Dr. Shelley Sawalich, Logan’s new Dean of Students! Dr. Sawalich has a tremendous amount of experience providing management, vision and leadership for undergraduate and graduate programs that supports academic success, professional growth and development for students. 

Dr. Sawalich previously served as the Director of the Academic Resource Center at Webster University. Prior to that, she was the Director of Academic Support in the Student Success Center at Saint Louis University. She has also served in similar roles at The University of Alabama and Eastern Illinois University.

Dr. Sawalich holds a Doctorate in Philosophy in Higher Education from Saint Louis University, a Master of Science in College Student Affairs from Eastern Illinois University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Welcome to Logan!

Logan's Online Master's in Nutrition Recognized by Go Grad

Logan University's online Master's Degree in Nutrition has again been recognized as an outstanding program. Recently, BestColleges.com honored Logan's program as one of the best online nutrition degrees available and now GoGrad.org has ranked Logan in their top-20 list.

From the 20 schools listed by Go Grad, Logan claimed the #9 spot after receiving high marks in the categories of graduate tuition and academic services.

Graduates from Logan's Nutrition program are prepared to:
• Assess and design nutritional plans to maximize human performance. 
• Manage nutrition programs and content of health and corporate wellness programs.
• Assess, diagnose and manage health and performance related nutrition issues in clinical, performance, and university settings. 
• Provide clinical nutrition expertise as an integral member of a team-based healthcare system.
• Graduates are qualified to sit for independent certification exams.

Chesterfield Wine & Jazz Festival - June 27th


The third annual Chesterfield Wine & Jazz Festival returns to the Chesterfield Amphitheater on Saturday, June 27th from 3pm to 10pm. 

The Festival showcases the best in Contemporary, Straight-Ahead and Fusion Jazz. The event is free to attend and offers an exciting lineup of many world-class Jazz performers such as, Bach to the Future, Tony Viviano, Feyza Eren, and The Bob DeBoo Quintet. Closing out the festival at 9 pm is St. Louis native, Eric Person accompanied by Meta-Four, featuring Ptah Williams, Darrell Mixon and Gary Sykes.

Why Should I Become a Chiropractor?



Doctors of Chiropractic treat the whole person and are poised to provide a positive impact on their patient’s health, performance and quality of life. Chiropractors offer less invasive, non-surgical treatments that do not rely on prescription drugs. While many chiropractors focus on care for the entire family, Doctors of Chiropractic can also focus their practice on specialty care. Areas of focus include sports, neurology, pediatrics, orthopedics, nutrition or radiology.

As a career, the field of chiropractic provides a great quality of life. According to the Chiropractic Economics 2013 Salary and Expense survey, Doctors of Chiropractic spend an average of 32 hours per week engaged in patient care and the average total compensation for a DC is just over $128,000. In addition, over 40% of all chiropractors are self-employed and own their own clinic.

The future of chiropractic is bright! Employment of chiropractors is projected to grow 15% from 2012-2022, faster than average for all occupations

Most importantly, what other career allows you to serve others on a daily basis?

At Logan University, we believe in an evidence-informed, outcome-based curriculum to create practice-ready Doctors of Chiropractic. The Logan education is based on an academic curriculum that is grounded in the Logan tradition and infused with current research, technology and proven practices to educate tomorrow's chiropractor. A student can complete their Doctor of Chiropractic degree in approximately three years and four months.

By offering students hands-on experience early in their education and a broad diversity of clinical immersion opportunities, our graduates are confident and better prepared to lead the integrated health care industry.