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Helpful Apps for Students

By Madeline Heinrich, Academic Success Records Coordinator Most of us use applications, or apps, every day on our phones. Apps can make our life easier to navigate. Check out these apps to help with studying, planning, and staying in touch with peers and with Logan! Staying organized is important for students. A great calendar app can make all the difference! The Outlook app features an easy-to-use calendar and can also house your school email. This makes it easy to communicate with professors and other students, and then put a meeting directly into your calendar. Trello is a powerful planning app …

How to Become an Athletic Trainer

Whether on the athletic field, in an industrial work setting or on a performance stage, active people need health care providers who truly understand the demands of physical careers. As a leading health sciences institution, Logan University is thrilled to add a Master’s in Athletic Training (MAT) to our lineup of degree programs, beginning fall 2021. Read on to learn what an athletic training career may look like for you. What’s required for acceptance into Logan’s athletic training program? Prospective students must meet the following criteria: Bachelor’s degree in any discipline. A minimum 3.0 GPA in undergraduate studies. Submission of …

Students Take Skills from Classroom to Clinic Through Preceptorship Program

When qualified Logan University Doctor of Chiropractic students reach their tenth and final trimester, they have a unique opportunity to gain real-world experience in a clinical environment of their choice through Logan’s Preceptorship Program. “A preceptorship is the final chapter of a student’s time here,” said Jason Goodman, DC (’98), PhD, director of external clinical rotations. “Students get to spend their final trimester working in their dream scenario, whether that is at a pediatric clinic, a family practice or even in a hospital. The sky is truly the limit.” For 15 weeks, 95 percent of Logan’s trimester 10 DC students …

Building Resilience Through Gratitude

Laura Arnett, Testing Center Coordinator This year has been one for changes. However, although we are in unusual times, change is inevitable, and examples of change are all around us. From welcoming a new person into the family, learning new chiropractic concepts/techniques, or making new friends, change does not have to be viewed as “negative,” although it can feel that way sometimes. Research, however, has discovered that a daily gratitude practice allows us to stay more in the present moment. In fact, building this kind of psychological flexibility has been “associated with improved quality of life and wellbeing, and is …

2021 Spring Scholarships Now Open

Applications for 2021 Spring Scholarships open Tuesday, Dec. 15. View scholarship criteria and apply here. This year, 28 scholarships ─ valued collectively at more than $63,000 ─ are available to current Logan students. Additionally, a new College of Health Sciences scholarship is being offered. Applications close at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 19. Scholarships help reduce overall student loan debt while connecting students to alumni and potential employers. Applications go through a blind selection process, meaning those who review the scholarship applications are not provided with information about the applicant, ensuring a fair selection process. All students are encouraged to check …

Believe to Achieve

Dr. Megan Zacheis, Academic Success Coach Let’s take a few minutes and look forward 5 years into our future. Where are you? What type of career do you have? Where do you see yourself working?  Who are you surrounded by? Where are you living? Are you successful? Write these thoughts down on a piece of paper and place it in a space that is visible; somewhere that you will notice it often. Make sure you place it in a space that will allow you to view it every single day; perhaps posting it on your bathroom mirror or bedroom door. …