LIFE UNIVERSITY LAUNCHES 20% UNDERGRADUATE TUITION SCHOLARSHIP FOR ELIGIBLE COBB COUNTY RESIDENTS
Marietta, Georgia– May 10, 2023 – Life University (Life U) is proud to announce the launch of its 20% Undergraduate Tuition Scholarship for eligible Cobb County residents beginning with the 2023 Summer Quarter (Classes start Monday, July 10).
Angular Kinematics of Chiropractic Supine Cervical Adjustment- Research Series
RISE Scholarship recipient Mackenzie Keller worked with Dr. Russell on the second phase of this research. They performed 15 more adjustments with Keller’s involvement, adding to eight adjustments recorded in Phase I.
My First Quarter- Joseph Trovato
I think that what made my first quarter at Life U memorable was meeting a lot of upper quarter students who are very influential and introducing me to different techniques and different clubs and seminars. And as I continued on with school, I was able to start narrowing down what I actually liked and what I didn’t like and start making my path a little bit more specific.
RISE Scholarships Give a Boost to Student Achievement
The Research, Innovation, Service and Education (RISE) scholarships provide opportunities for students to compete for $2,250 in scholarship funding while working under the mentorship of a Life University faculty or staff advisor on an evidence‐based research, education, service, entrepreneurial or creative project.
Zachary Landis says that he likes to be called “Zach” … and that speaks to the casual charm that shines through when talking with him. From Lawrenceville, Georgia, Landis is currently an undergraduate pursuing his bachelor’s degree in business administration while also playing on the basketball team here at LIFE, one which he helped lead to the NAIA Championship Game last season.
Asma Alhindi, graduate student in clinical nutrition pursuing her master’s degree, is originally from Yanbu, Saudi Arabia. After obtaining an undergraduate in art and design, similar to a home economics degree in the U.S., from Taibi University in Saudi Arabia, Alhindi was ready to pursue a master’s degree in a more challenging subject. She says that her degree consisted of “a little bit of a lot of things,” such as nutrition, art, design, homemaking and psychology.