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Remembering Your Why

By Amy Pollock, Academic Success Coach I remember my first semester of graduate school. I was so excited to begin my program because I knew it was the first step towards my new career and I was looking forward to this new beginning. Do you remember this time at the beginning of your program? The excitement of a new start and the dreams of a future you were destined for made you feel like it was your time. You jumped into your program with two feet and couldn’t wait to see what was being covered next. You knew it wouldn’t …

Virtual Commencement Ceremonies – April & August 2020 Graduates

Female student celebrating graduation.

Join us in celebrating Logan University’s April and August 2020 graduates with virtual commencement ceremonies on Saturday, August 22: 10 a.m.: April 2020 College of Chiropractic Graduates 12 p.m.: August 2020 College of Chiropractic Candidates 2 p.m.: April 2020 College of Health Sciences Graduates and August 2020 College of Health Sciences Candidates Additionally, we will honor the accomplishments of the College of Chiropractic and College of Health Sciences August 2020 graduating class with a Virtual Awards Ceremony on Friday, August 21 at 9 a.m. Each ceremony will be streamed here. As you watch the ceremony, share your well wishes for …

Transfer Student Finds Home at Logan

Trimester 2 student Megan Mattox transferred to Logan University in January 2020. After just 10 weeks in the DC program, campus closed and all instruction moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “The attitude and culture here at Logan is focused not on competing with one another, but on completing the program together,” said Megan. “This reinforces learning among my cohort of fellow students, and having even just 10 weeks of that family atmosphere and sense of community on campus was necessary to continue learning while living through a pandemic.” Originally from Michigan, Megan spent the last several years as …

Community Atmosphere Helps Transfer Student Thrive at Logan

Each year, an average of seven students decide to make a change in their educational career and transfer to Logan University. Trimester 7 student Max Sauer realized that need for change just over two years ago. After spending nearly a year studying at another chiropractic college, Max felt his experience wasn’t quite as hands-on as he would have liked, and he began researching other colleges and universities. When he came across Logan’s website, he was impressed with the Assessment Center program. Intrigued by the opportunity for immediate hands-on experience with standardized patients, Max scheduled a campus visit. “When I first …

Fourth Consecutive Logan Student Elected SABCA Regional Representative

Renee Gentle, Logan trimester 7

Renee Gentle, trimester 7 student from Houston, Texas has been elected Central Regional Representative of the Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA). Renee is Secretary of Logan’s SABCA chapter and the fourth consecutive Logan student to be elected to the regional position. She follows Logan students Kayla Dozier, Antoine Wright and Logan alum, Chohnice Daniels DC, MS, CCA. The central region represents six schools including Cleveland University, National University of Health Sciences, Northwestern Health Sciences University College of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Parker University College of Chiropractic, Texas Chiropractic College and Logan University. “I’m excited to be able to …