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COVID-19: Coronavirus Updates

Attention Students: As of March 23, 2020 Logan courses have moved online and are available from Canvas. A full list of information and resources for Students and Faculty is on our website here. If you need technology support please contact the IT Help Desk at:  636-207-2475 or email the IT Help Desk at:  help.desk@logan.edu. We are committed to providing timely and frequent communication as we learn more and navigate this situation. Find updates from Logan University, resources and  the latest information from the CDC and from other organizations, here: www.logan.edu/healthupdate          

Puerto Rican Student Presence Grows at Logan

Over the last few years, Logan has welcomed a growing number of students from Puerto Rico. Student enrollment more than doubled from 7 in spring 2017 to 16 in spring 2018, with now a record high of 31 students from Puerto Rico in spring 2020. “It’s really been a grassroots effort – exposing the students to the profession and making them more aware of the opportunities that exist for education in the U.S.,” said Michael Lynch, who recently joined the University as an executive external relations officer for the Office of Admissions. “As the number of chiropractors on the island …

Students, Faculty Support St. Louis Puerto Rican Society

Logan University Assistant Professor and Clinician Mero Nunez Jr., DC, along with Logan students Raul Vazquez and Jose Nieves, supported the St. Louis Puerto Rican Society at a local fundraiser on February 23. The fundraiser was held at Mayo Ketchup, a casual/traditional Cuban, Dominican, and Puerto Rican restaurant, in Lafayette Square. The owner, Mandy Estrella, also known as Plantain Girl, sponsored the fundraiser, and 20% of all of Mayo Ketchup’s sales from the day benefitted the St. Louis Puerto Rican Society. The Puerto Rican Society awards scholarships annually to Hispanic students to continue their education at a college, university, or …

NCMIC Offering $100,000 in Scholarships for Board Exams

In order to alleviate the cost burden for chiropractic students taking their board exams, the National Chiropractic Mutual Insurance Company (NCMIC), along with the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, have created the Bucks for Boards scholarship program. NCMIC will be offering $500 to 200 recipients in 2020 for a total of $100,000 in scholarships. This will help some of the approximately 6,400 chiropractic students who take the board exams each year. Bucks for Boards scholarships will be awarded four times during the year. Students can enter once per entry period and the names of winners will be randomly drawn at …

2020 Spring Scholarships Now Available

Logan is now accepting applications for 2020 Spring Scholarships! This year, 26 scholarships, ranging from $125 to $7,500, are open to all qualifying Logan Doctor of Chiropractic students. Click here for more information. Applications are due by 5 p.m. March 13, 2020. “The number one goal of scholarships is to reduce overall student loan debt, but it’s also a great way to get connected to previous graduates and potential employers,” said Logan’s Associate Director of Financial Aid Laurel Miller. Logan scholarship applications go through a blind selection process, meaning those who review the scholarship applications are not provided with information …

Students, Faculty Represent Logan in Washington, D.C.

At Logan, education happens both in the classroom and around the world. Earlier this month, 20 students, led by Professor Patrick Montgomery, DC, MS, FASA, FICC, and Director of Assessment and Accreditation Kristina Petrocco-Napuli, DC, MS, FICC, FACC, had the opportunity to head to Washington, D.C. The group attended the American Chiropractic Association’s National Conference and lobbied for H.B. 3654, a bipartisan bill that, if passed, would offer complete chiropractic coverage in Medicare. Over the course of their stay, students met with ACA Missouri Representatives, as well as Congressional Representatives and Senators from other states, and learned to use their …