My First Quarter: Lexy Foster
D.C. student, Treasurer of The Endocannoboid System club (ECS) “Life U- Where My Heart Belongs” What made your first quarter at Life U memorable? My friendships and the bonds that I created with people. It was amazing to be around like-minded individuals for the…
My First Quarter- Nate Deitz
The most memorable thing about my first quarter was just meeting so many like-minded people in their own communities. It’s such a different culture here at Life U. Everybody is so happy and so fulfilled. Just being around that environment was awesome to see and be around. It was so much different than my undergrad program. All the professors were so friendly and they were all so interested in bringing the most out of their students. I felt like the students were also focused on being their best selves.
My First Quarter- Jeremy Cerha
I love how many people are in the same [chiropractic] program. You will see people from first quarter all the way up to 14th quarter. We are all in the same boat, all rooting each other on, and we are in it together in the same mission – just being able to walk on campus and have people there supporting you.
My First Quarter- Keely Nguyen
I would honestly say it’s the close friend group that I made. I made all my best friends at orientation. We are all still really close now. But because I was part of the ‘Covid Quarter,’ I had classes completely online. So, I didn’t get the full Life University (Life U) first-quarter experience, but because I had all of them in my cohort going through the D.C. program, they made my first quarter more memorable because we got to study together, [sit] through lectures together. It created a really great sense of community even though we weren’t in classes on the ground.
My First Quarter- Cortney Blake
I honestly never got to see Life University campus before I came here. It was a really quick turnaround for me. I was wanting to go to medical school originally but then when Covid19 hit, I completely changed career paths and within a few months, I applied and committed to going to Life University and the Chiropractic program. The anticipation built up a bit, not knowing what to expect. It was a little bit of a whirlwind going into my first quarter. It was more exciting not knowing what to expect.