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Cameron Bakkar

“When I went to college in Washington, D.C., I was always pushing myself to do more, and eventually felt like I couldn’t breathe. I really appreciate how the faculty, staff and students at Life University really take care of themselves,” said Cameron Bakkar, an Academic Support Coordinator in the Student Success Center. “Grades are obviously still important, but there’s a holistic recognition that they aren’t the only thing that makes up a person’s value. I love that energy.”

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Life’s Global Initiatives: February Update

China Representatives from Life University, the International Chiropractors Association and King Koil-Shanghai met to discuss opportunities to work together in bringing the chiropractic profession to Mainland China. Mr. Stephen Wang, Life U President Dr. Rob Scott and Dr. Steve Welsh signed an initial MOU to…

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College of Online Education: Vitalism, Online and Accessible

Typically, when someone hears Life University, the first thing that comes to mind is the world-class chiropractic education coupled with the emphasis on a vitalistic philosophy. And that would be correct. But LIFE is much more. In 1996, the University initiated the offering of undergraduate programs, providing…

Faces of LIFE

Mack Beggs

In many ways, Mack Beggs is a typical college student. The 20-year-old is a sophomore at Life University and a student-athlete on the Life U men’s wrestling team, competing for the first season at the collegiate level after redshirting last year. Mack is also Health Science major, studying hard to excel academically.

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Nicholas Angel

“Have you ever seen Harry Potter? When Harry goes to Hogwarts, everybody’s like a magician, right? Here I feel the same,” Angel said. “I see the lake, the Treehouse, everything’s green. I love studying in those places … the green part of LIFE — it’s my Hogwarts.”

Faces of LIFE

Marshall Tucker

According to Marshall Tucker, an Atlanta native and Life University Alumnus, finding meaning in your career is paramount to having a satisfying life. However, figuring out exactly how to do that is a journey that takes a lot of self-evaluation and trial and error.

Events

Cram Jam

We Need Your Help! The Student Success Center and Office of Student Engagement are hosting Cram Jam on Thursday, March 19 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. in Socrates Café. The event during Week 10 gives students a chance to participate in refresher sessions with faculty, test taking skillshops…