Happy Holidays from Logan University!

2017 Holiday Break Hours & Closures

Logan Café and Charlie’s Grab n’ Go
Dec 15 - Jan 8: CLOSED

Dec 16: Open 11am-2pm
Dec 18-19: CLOSED
Dec 20-21: Open 7am-4pm
Dec 27-28: Open 7am-4pm
Dec 29-Jan 1: CLOSED

Learning Resources Center
Dec 16-17: CLOSED
Dec 18-21: Open 11am-3pm
Dec 22-26: CLOSED
Dec 27-28: Open 11am-3pm
Dec 29-Jan 1: CLOSED
Jan 2-5: Open 8:30a-5:30p
Jan 6-7: CLOSED

Wellness Center
Dec 16-17: CLOSED
Dec 18-21: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Dec 22-26: CLOSED
Dec 27-28: 11:00 am – 3:00pm
Dec 29-Jan 1: CLOSED
Jan 2-5: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Jan 6-7: CLOSED

Logan has several posters accepted for the 2018 ACC-RAC Conference

The following Logan clinicians had posters accepted into the upcoming 2018 Association of Chiropractic Colleges - Research Agenda Conference (ACC-RAC) in Dallas, Texas. The Conference features the best of the latest scientific research, inspiring thought leaders, stimulating debate and topical workshops.


Dr. Patrick Battaglia
Dr. Steven Huybrecht (VA Resident)
Dr. Ashley Lewandoski
Dr. David Mann (Integrated Spine Care Resident)
Dr. Ross Mattox

Dr. David Mann and Dr. Ross Mattox have also co-authored a paper that will be published in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine titled: "Favorable response to chiropractic care in a community health center: A case report."

Dr. Daryl Ridgeway shares his passion for Logan and chiropractic with prospective students

When Daryl Ridgeway, DC came to Logan University for the first time in 1991 as a potential student, he vividly remembers Robyn Wilkerson, DC taking time to show him around campus and answer many questions he had during the tour. “It made an impression on me, and I have kept it in the back of my mind ever since,” he said.

For the past 15 years, Dr. Ridgeway has been paying that experience forward as he meets with prospective students at Slice of Logan as well as at weekly campus visits. “I started by talking to potential students about adjusting techniques, but with time it grew into answering questions about the curriculum, showing them the campus and sharing my experience as a practicing chiropractor,” he said.

Prior to becoming a Logan student, Dr. Ridgeway spent 20 years touring as a musician, which began his fascination with chiropractic. “I had some issues from playing drums for so long. Chiropractic really helped me with pain management and avoiding medication, which made me a believer,” he said.

Dr. Ridgeway graduated from Logan in August 1997 and continues his passion for chiropractic both in private practice and as a faculty member. He champions the profession and the University, working in tandem with the Office of Admissions during Slice of Logan, speaking with prospective students on the phone and providing campus tours.

Dr. Ridgeway’s personal experience allows him to relate to prospective students and answer questions about what sets Logan apart and how to handle the business side of practicing chiropractic. “Many of the interested students are worried about the workload and the strenuous courses—they all want to know ‘am I going to make it?’ and I really enjoy assuaging their worries,” Dr. Ridgeway said.

Over the years, Dr. Ridgeway has spoken to and met with more than 3,000 prospectives, and to many of those, he has been a trusted mentor during their time as Logan students. “I teach a lot of adjusting courses, so I will see them regularly in class and around campus, and we maintain communication all the way through,” he said. “To me, it’s incredibly rewarding when I see graduating DCs that I counseled as a prospective student.”

2017 Ugly Sweater Party

Logan faculty, staff and students are invited to an Ugly Sweater Party on Wednesday, December 13th at 11:30am in the Student Center. 

The event will feature hot cocoa, cookies and lots of ugly holiday sweaters.

2017 Human Rights Day

Learn how Logan contributes to health care locally and beyond.

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