Marietta, Georgia, September 4, 2020 – Life University (LIFE) is excited to welcome its undergraduate, graduate and Doctor of Chiropractic students back to campus for the beginning of the Fall Quarter. Classes, which begin Monday, October 5, will be held in a hybrid format, with some sessions taking place on campus while others are conducted online.

The soft deadline for students to apply for the Fall Quarter is Monday, September 7. However, applications will be considered until the first week of classes (Week of October 5). For more information, please visit

“We are aware students who apply and are accepted into the College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies are aspiring to become exceptional leaders and compassionate citizens,” says Dr. Jana Holwick, Dean of Life University’s College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies. “In order to support our students, we are working diligently to make sure that your educational experience continues to be meaningful and without interruption.”

Dr. Leslie King, Dean of the College of Chiropractic, echoed many of Dr. Holwick’s statements in a message to Doctor of Chiropractic students, adding that “In these challenging times during COVID-19, all of us at LIFE are committed to the success of each and every one of our students.”

Prospective students interested in LIFE’s Doctor of Chiropractic program are encouraged to attend LIFE Leadership Weekend October 15-17 for a chance to interact with University leaders and practicing chiropractors. Eagle Madness Preview Day on November 7 is an opportunity for prospective undergraduate and graduate students to learn more about the University and its academic offerings. Both events will take place prior to the December 7 application deadline for Winter Quarter 2021.

LIFE’s campus in Marietta, Georgia, just northwest of Atlanta, is home to more than 2,700 undergraduate, graduate and professional students who come from all 50 United States and more than 45 countries. LIFE’s athletic teams, the Running Eagles, compete in the Mid-South Conference (NAIA) and students participate in more than 70 campus organizations and clubs.

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