Since 1935, Logan University has remained grounded in chiropractic education, while continuously enriching academic options with degree offerings in health sciences.
Logan University graduates employ a holistic approach to health and wellness to meet the demand for less-invasive, lower-cost treatments and comprehensive care and lead the integrated health care industry. Through an innovative, outcome-based academic curriculum that emphasizes evidence-informed care, diverse clinical immersion opportunities, emerging technology and proved practices, Logan University graduates are trained, confident and prepared for the future.
At Logan, our students are taught the principles of patient-centered health care. Our students, faculty and clinicians are challenged to improve patients’ health while making the health care system better for all patients.
When we assume this leadership role, the patient will benefit. As a leader in integrated health care, we ensure patients receive evidence-informed, whole-person care. We restore function, alleviate pain, promote wellness and provide patients with improved quality of life. That’s the Logan difference.
International Student Admission
We’re ready to welcome you to the Logan community! Logan University is a high-quality academic destination which creates industry-leading health care professionals from all over the world – all on one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States.
Our Dedicated International Admissions Coordinators
- Assist with your application and transition to the United States.
- Issue your I-20 and help in obtaining your F-1 Student Visa
- Introduce you to Logan University's student clubs, organizations as well as the vibrant city of Chesterfield and the St. Louis area.
If you live outside the United States, or attended secondary school outside of the United States, applying to Logan University usually takes three steps:
- Complete an online application.
- Send transcripts of all your secondary education to Logan.
- Submit all your official standardized test scores.
Bringing together cultural differences through chiropractic
A person’s college experience is often defined by their academic interests, how well they excel in the program and how successful they are following graduation. But at Logan, the college experience is not only defined by academics, but also by the support and encouragement students receive from those who surround them, expanding their worldliness and preparing them for future success in all areas of life.
At Logan, the student population represents more than 15 countries, including Canada, Brazil, Puerto Rico and Venezuela. Due to an increasing international student population and a yearning from U.S. students to participate in clinic abroad, Logan started the International Students Association (ISA), an organization that promotes cultural diversity and awareness throughout the Logan campus and community.
“We provide a platform for interaction among international students and the Logan student body, encouraging and supporting cooperative relationships among cultural differences,” said Kemmy Klein Ritter, a trimester 5 student from Brazil and president of ISA. “Our purpose is to advance and unite the global chiropractic profession through inspiration, integrity and leadership.”
Associated with the World Congress of Chiropractic Students (WCCS), an international collaboration of chiropractic students, the ISA presents students with opportunities for learning and collaboration with a diverse group of future health professionals from across the world.
Kemmy said the group occasionally brings in doctors to address real-world experiences with practicing chiropractic in other areas of the world. “It’s different outside of the U.S., and it’s important to know the different rules and regulations for practicing chiropractic in different countries,” she said.
Though Kemmy is currently serving in her third trimester as association president, her vision for the organization is just getting started. She hopes to involve more students on a global level, aiming to unite the profession and support one another. “A lot of people dream about the future, and we are the future,” said Kemmy. “Getting involved now means that we have the chance to start the future in the present.”
With the support of the Logan student body and many faculty members, Kemmy and her officers have linked together students from across the globe with three main common interests: their passion for health care, chiropractic and the world around them. “Learning life experiences from students and doctors in the field of chiropractic beyond the Logan clinic is a very humbling experience and a unique opportunity to grow as a future DC.”