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Women's Health Symposium: October 30-31, 2021

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Logan Named No. 17 in Fastest Growing Universities

Close up of the Logan Tower on campus.

A Business Journal analysis of more than 1,500 primarily campus-based, four-year colleges and universities with at least 1,000 students found that while average total enrollment fell 5% between fall 2016 and 2020, roughly one-third of the schools reported enrollment growth during that period—including Logan University. With a 59% growth in enrollment (from 1,136 students in 2016 to 1,806 students in 2020), Logan ranked No. 17 on the list. “Our growth over the past five years truly speaks to the demand for careers in chiropractic and health sciences. This fall, we have 930 Doctor of Chiropractic students on campus and 900 …

Third Annual Women’s Health Symposium, Oct. 30-31 In Person & Online

In partnership with the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), Logan University presents the third annual Women’s Health Symposium, October 30-31, 2021, on Logan’s campus and online. With a theme of “Transforming and Elevating Female Health,” the symposium will feature expert leaders in women’s health discussing topics such as menopause, treating the female athlete, chronic vulvar pain, breast imaging, pelvic floor dysfunction and more. The symposium is open to all health care professionals working with female patients and provides up to 12 hours of continuing education credits. Assistant Dean of the College of Chiropractic at Logan and ACA Council on Women’s Health …

Logan University Receives $1 Million Gift Toward $28 Million Campus Renovation Campaign

Rendering of the renovated Fuhr Science Center on Logan University's campus

As part of its ongoing commitment to advancing education and transforming lives through evidence-based, patient-centered health care, and thanks to a generous lead gift from Arlan W. Fuhr, DC (’61) and Mrs. Judi Fuhr, Logan University recently announced plans to renovate and expand the newly named Fuhr Science Center (formerly Science and Research Center) as well as renovate portions of the Administration Center on its campus. Following the renovation of the building’s existing 33,426 square feet and the construction of an additional 14,400 square feet, the updated Fuhr Science Center will house state-of-the-art anatomy labs, a simulated imaging center, technique …

Logan University Named a “2021 Great College to Work For”

Logan named 2021 Best College to Work For

Logan University is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by the Great Colleges to Work For® program. The results, released in a special insert of The Chronicle of Higher Education, are based on a survey of 196 colleges and universities. In all, 70 of the 196 institutions achieved “Great College to Work For” recognition for specific best practices and policies. Results are reported for small, medium, and large institutions, with Logan University included among the small universities with 500 to 2,999 students. This is the fourth year Logan has been …

Logan University Introduces Master of Science in Strength & Conditioning

High-performing athletes deserve the most qualified, well-rounded athletic performance coaches. With a science-based, evidence-informed curriculum, Logan University will launch a Master of Science in Strength & Conditioning to its award-winning lineup of degree programs, beginning summer 2022. “As an established chiropractic and health sciences university paving the way for collaborative, holistic, integrated care, we’re proud to offer innovative, in-demand programs such as the new Master of Science in Strength and Conditioning,” said Logan University President Clay McDonald, DC (’82), MBA, JD. Logan’s program is industry-driven and developed and led by experienced, active leaders in athletic performance. Upon graduation from this …

Breaking Ground on Logan Park

Logan University and City of Chesterfield officials break ground on Logan Park

Earlier this week, Logan University and City of Chesterfield officials took part in a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Logan Park. The Mayor was joined by City Administrator Mike Geisel; Thomas McCarthy, CPRP, Director of Parks, Recreation & Arts for Chesterfield; as well as City Council members Aaron Wahl, Gary Budoor, Michael Moore, Mary Ann Mastorako and Dan Hurt. “Congratulations to the residents of Chesterfield, especially those who live in this ward,” said Chesterfield Mayor Bob Nation. “I am proud and pleased to have the opportunity to provide this park. Thanks to Logan for all their support and collaboration. This …