My 1st Quarter: Menika Brady
What we are meant to do is always going to be so much bigger than us, so stay focused on that bigger picture. It’s less about myself and more about how I can serve others. When we do that, the benefits that come from that far outweigh anything else. There’s a different kind of joy to be experienced by putting yourself in that place of Lasting Purpose.
My 1st Quarter: Tatum Johnson
Take every opportunity you can. Join the clubs you never thought you liked. One time I sat in on the Nutrition Club with one of my teammates and even though I am not in any dietetics classes, I thought it was so fun. So, make sure to try every opportunity even if you don’t think it’s what you wanted. Just try it, it’s going to be okay.
My 1st Quarter: Haley Turpin
Trust yourself. You know your passion. You are being guided by something bigger than you that is leading you down the perfect route for you to thrive, to be supported and to be loved. Once you begin to feel those things, you’re able to give those back to your community.
Hybrid Instruction Extended in COC and CGUS Through Week 2
In an abundance of caution due to COVID conditions, class attendance for Week 2 of Winter Quarter 2021 will continue to be modified. The modifications outlined below will allow the University to continue to monitor weekly campus-COVID data. The Executive leadership team is in regular contact with the…
Faces of LIFE: Claude Maysonet
Claude Alexander Maysonet is from Puerto Rico and started studying for his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Life University in Fall 2019. He received the Alumni Association Scholarship in June 2020 and is excited to invest his research back into the LIFE community.
Faces of LIFE: Stephen Hill
Hill is excited to start the next part of his career after graduation. “I want to work in an integrative environment after school,” Hill described. “I love the doctor-patient relationship that is one-on-one and encourages people to live to their optimal health. I really want to inject positivity into the world with things like random acts of kindness.”
Faces of LIFE: Chantelle Frazier
Originally, Frazier was pre-med with the intentions of going to medical school. “I actually worked in a hospital surrounded by doctors, nurses and PT’s, and they all looked pretty miserable,” she shared. “I realized I didn’t think this was the kind of energy I wanted to be around because it’s kind of draining.”