Your Education is Our Mission
The faculty, administrators and staff of Logan University are as invested in your academic and professional success as you are. Academic Success Coaches, Peer Mentors and a variety of other resources are here to help with any challenges you may face on your learning journey.
Academic Success Coaches
From your first day through graduation, Logan’s Academic Success Coaches are here to help with everything from registering for classes to staying on track in your degree program to reserving our new Academic Success Center with space for workshops, tutoring, studying and more.
College of Health Sciences Academic Success Coaches:
Terra Kneeland Terra.Kneeland@logan.edu
Crissinnia Lambert Crissinnia.Lambert@logan.edu
Stacia Rosen Stacia.Rosen@logan.edu
College of Chiropractic & Master’s in Integrative Pediatrics Academic Success Coaches:
Lynn Haarman Lynn.Haarmann@logan.edu
Hunter Fredrick Hunter.Fredrick@logan.edu
Katrina Marnin Katrina.Marnin@logan.edu
Whether you take classes on-campus or online, Logan offers several types of tutoring services. Tutors may be teaching assistants, adjunct faculty or full-time faculty with the appropriate expertise to help students reach their academic goals. Get ahead of the game with high-demand courses in anatomy, functional anatomy, biochemistry and neuroanatomy by securing assistance early. Undergraduate and Master’s Degree courses may be supported by tutors with strengths in specific topic areas of the courses.
Peer Mentorship Program
To help you successfully integrate into life at Logan, Trimester 1 students are paired with students in Trimester 2–8. Offering answers, advice and understanding, your student mentor can help you navigate the many academic and social opportunities Logan has to offer.
Students at Logan University seeking academic accommodations for specific learning disabilities, medical disabilities, psychological disabilities or attention deficit disorders are required to contact the Office of Student Affairs. Students who are struggling academically and have tried other resources on campus, such as tutoring and meeting with the professor and yet are still struggling, should make an appointment with an Academic Success Coach for a confidential consultation.
Student Care Manager
The excitement of college life also brings new stressors. If you’re struggling with an issue, whether medical, emotional, social, financial or academic, our Student Care Manager can connect you to resources, referrals or life skills support both on and off campus. Don’t hesitate to reach out for the support you need to be successful.
Contact the Student Care Manager at Amanda.Powell@logan.edu or 636-230-1833.
Clear communication is critical to success in the health sciences. Logan’s Writing Center is here to help you prepare better papers, letters, resumes, presentations and more. Contact the Center for help with everything from brainstorming topics to polishing a final draft.