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Your Feedback is Needed!

Dear members of the LIFE Community,  In 2004, the Life University Board of Trustees and the University’s leadership team envisioned a 2020 Plan to guide our growth and direction. This plan was a bold vision consisting of dozens of projects designed to advance our educational…


Thank-a-Teacher Program

The Thank-a-Teacher Program is a Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning initiative that allows students to show appreciation to faculty members who have made a difference in their education. How does it work? All you have to do is share your thoughts through the…


Food 4 LIFE Pantry

From time to time, our students (and even employees) find themselves without enough to eat. For students, this is especially true near the end of the quarter and sometimes over break.  To help with food needs, we have established Food4LIFE, a food pantry here on…


Meet Pat

Our researchers at the Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research are at the forefront of studying the biomechanics of the chiropractor’s most important tool, the adjustment. Especially for education, they have developed a mannequin with the look, feel, size and weight of an…

Faces of LIFE

Jake Hafermalz

Jake Hafermalz came to Life University on a bowling scholarship, and as team captain, he helped form a nationally recognized team. Hafermalz recently completed an internship for Stars and Strikes in accounting and moved to Rawley, North Carolina because he was offered a position at an up-and-coming location. He is finishing up his last three classes online to get his Bachelor’s in Business Administration in December.

Faces of LIFE

Jonathan Powell

Studying psychology runs in Jonathan Powell’s family, so it was natural for him to gravitate toward it as well. His dad has a master’s in psychology, his sister has a master’s in social work, his aunt is a licensed family therapist and he just graduated in September with a Master’s in Positive Psychology – Coaching Track from Life University.