Nov 14, 2018  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Spring 2018 Quarterly Announcements


Life University Announcements Spring 2018

Welcome to the Spring 2018 Quarterly Announcements

COURSE LISTINGS CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE ON LIFE’S SELF-SERVICE PORTAL: EAGLENET

Important Dates to Remember!  

General LIFE Announcements


Updated Policies and Policy Revisions

CGUS Honors Requirements Policy (Revision; Effective 1/25/17)

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The following outlines specific requirements for honors recognition at the time of graduation from an undergraduate program:

Valedictorian: The graduate from the collective Bachelor’s programs holding the highest academic GPA of the graduating class at the time of commencement exercises, will be honored as the class valedictorian. To be eligible, 75% of the student’s degree must have been taken from Life University.

Salutatorian: The graduate from the collective Bachelor’s programs holding the second-highest GPA of the graduating class at the time of commencement exercises, will be honored as the class salutatorian. To be eligible, 75% of the student’s degree must have been taken from Life University.

The Valedictorian and Salutatorian of each class, and students graduating with honors, are identified as such in the graduate listing

Academic Honors

Undergraduate students, who graduate with a cumulative GPA equal to or above 3.25 are given Scholastic honors status as follows:

  • 3.25-3.49 = Cum Laude
  • 3.50-3.74 = Magna Cum Laude
  • 3.75 and above = Summa Cum Laude

To be eligible for scholastic honors, 50% of the student’s credit hours toward degree must have been taken from Life University.

Participants wear gold cords at the graduation ceremony signifying the achievement of academic honors.

Children on Campus Policy (Revision; Effective 10/24/17)

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If extraordinary circumstances necessitate bringing a non-student minor to campus, it is the parent/legal guardian’s responsibility for the non-student minor’s health, safety, and supervision. Non-student minors shall not be left unattended at any time. Non-student minors whose behavior causes a disturbance to others shall be immediately removed from the area by the parent/legal guardian so as to maintain an appropriate learning environment. If a non-student minor is left unattended campus safety will be notified.

Individual departments and programs may have procedural guidelines that support this policy. Students should familiarize themselves with those departmental-specific guidelines and procedures.

Other Notes

Library guidelines for non-student minors:

  • Any non-student minor must be accompanied by a Life University student parent or guardian at all times
  • Parent or guardian must sign a non-student minor in as a visitor at the front desk of the Library
  • A non-student minor is not permitted to use a Life University Library computer
  • Visitation by a non-student minor should not occur on a regular basis
Undergraduate Academic Forgiveness Policy (Effective 1/1/18)

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A student may request to have the first grade earned (not a “W” notation) from a retake course excluded from the calculation of the grade point average for a maximum of three (3) courses during one’s undergraduate career, where the original grade earned was a “D” or below.  If a student attempts a course a third time and Academic Forgiveness is applied, then all grades except the first will be used to calculate the GPA.  Once applied to a particular course, Academic Forgiveness cannot be cancelled or removed and the rule may not be appealed.  The Assistant Dean of the area must approve the request for academic forgiveness.

Undergraduate Internship for Academic Credit Policy (Effective 1/2/18)

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An Academic Internship – An academic internship is an approved and monitored co-curricular experience of a pre-professional nature that meets specific learning goals and is related to an academic field of study.  The activities at the internship site under the direction of a site supervisor is only part of the experience.  The student is to have a faculty advisor for the internship who will make the academic assignment for the student to complete.

Requirements for Academic Internship – To participate in an academic internship, a student must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a full-time undergraduate student
  • Having rising junior standing (minimum of 100 quarter credit hours) and
  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Approval of the Community Outreach and Internship Coordinator and faculty advisor prior to acceptance of internship

Learning Agreement – Students must complete an internship application and provide a proposal that describes the learning goals of the internship and the intern’s responsibilities to achieve these goals.  All applications must be signed by 2 faculty members within the discipline and one must be designated as the faculty advisor for the internship.  The application should also indicate the name and contact information for the internship site supervisor.

Faculty Advisor – The student is responsible for locating a full-time faculty member to be his/her faculty advisor for the internship.  The academic component of the internship will be defined by the faculty advisor and will include analytical activities such as reflective journaling, compiling a portfolio, and writing integrative papers.  The student and faculty advisor should meet periodically to discuss the progress of the internship and the academic assignments.  The grade for the internship will be determined by the faculty advisor and will be based on the academic assignments completed by the student and the evaluation provided by the internship site supervisor.

Earning Credit for Academic Internship – The credits earned for an academic internship are not tied  solely to hours “at the internship site” but to the amount and type of academic related activities the student completes during the internship.  The academic assignments are due at the end of the quarter in which the internship is undertaken and will be evaluated by the faculty advisor.

In these assignments, the student is to reflect on his or her learning at the internship site and integrate this learning with topics or issues from an academic subject area.  The academic assignments should also indicate the student’s accomplishments while working in the internship as well as areas for his or her future inquiry and study that lead from the experience.

As its name implies, experiential learning is based on activity that is then to be reflect upon.  An internship assumes a certain amount of work and time spent at the internship site.  The academic assignment must also be commensurate with the number of credits to be earned.

The following examples indicate the relationship between the number of hours at an internship site, the academic assignments and credits to be earned:

Credits Available

Hours at Internship Site per Week

               Academic Assignment               

1 quarter credit hour

3

Topical paper (1500 words in length) that integrates the intern’s experience with selected topics from within an academic discipline, as assigned by the faculty advisor

2 quarter credit hours

6

Topical paper (1500 words in length) that integrates the intern’s experience with selected topics from within an academic discipline, as assigned by the faculty advisor

3 quarter credit hours

9

Topical paper (1500 words in length) that integrates the intern’s experience with selected topics from within an academic discipline, assigned by the faculty advisor AND a portfolio containing samples of students work at the internship site

4 quarter credit hours

12

Topical paper (3000 words in length) that integrates the intern’s experience with selected topics from within an academic discipline, assigned by the faculty advisor AND a portfolio containing samples of students work at the internship site

Registration for Internship – Students must meet with their faculty advisor to determine the parameters of the internship.  Students must also identify an appropriate internship site and receive the approval of both the faculty internship advisor and the Community Outreach and Internship Coordinator prior to registration for the internship.  All internships must be approved by week 9 of the quarter prior to the start of the internship and students must schedule an appointment with the Community Outreach and Internship Coordinator prior to receiving final approval.  The Community Outreach and Internship Coordinator will register the student for their selected internship.  The Internship Application needs to be completed in its entirety and submitted to the Internship Coordinator prior to the internship commencing.

Integrating Learning from an Internship Experience with Academic Subjects –

Topical Paper:  A paper to be written at the conclusion of the internship demonstrating  integration of the internship experience with one or more topics related to specific courses or other academic interests.  Researched references should be cited to support conclusions drawn.  The paper is to indicate how the student has integrated the experience with his or her academic knowledge base as well as to identify areas or questions for further exploration.  The topics should be selected by the student and faculty internship advisor as part of the academic component and listed on the Learning Agreement.

Portfolio:  Students create a portfolio to keep samples of written work, photographs, videos, reports, interview transcripts, summaries, certificates of training, reference letters and other documentation of the internship experience and their contribution to the work of the organization in which they were interns.  The portfolio is to illustrate what the student has learned and how his/her skills or knowledge base has expanded through the internship.

Grading – Internships are graded on a pass/no pass basis.  Internship credits count toward graduation, but are not included in the calculation of a student’s overall GPA. 

Withdrawal from Life University (Effective 11/17/17)

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Students who wish to withdraw from all classes at Life University.

A student’s withdrawal date is always the last date of academic attendance as determined by the school from its attendance records. A student is considered to have withdrawn if the student does not complete all the days in the period of enrollment that the student was scheduled to complete.  The date of the institution’s determination that the student withdrew should be no later than 14 days after the student’s last date of attendance as determined by the institution from its attendance records. 

Student process to withdraw from Life University:

Students must complete a Withdrawal form. 

  1. Students must meet with the Dean of their College, the Associate Dean or Assistant Dean; the Dean will determine the last date of academic attendance from attendance records and sign the form. 
  2. Next the student must bring the Withdrawal form with Dean’s signature to the Student Services and Advocacy Center to meet with Financial Aid, Student Accounts and Registrar.  Once the meeting is complete the form is taken for processing. 
  3. The student is notified in writing within 30 business days of the withdrawal and any financial obligations to the University. 
Students Who Withdraw and Receive Title IV Financial Aid:

Anytime a student begins attendance in at least one course but does not begin attendance in all the courses the student was scheduled to attend regardless of whether the student is a withdrawal, the school must determine if it is necessary to recalculate the student’s eligibility for Pell Grant and Campus-Based funds based on a revised enrollment status and cost of education.

If a student ceases attendance (drops or withdraws) from all his or her Title IV eligible courses in a payment period or period of enrollment, the student must be considered a withdrawal for Title IV purposes.

If the school cannot document attendance for a student who fails to complete a course the student must be treated as one who never began attendance for the payment period and all financial aid must be returned.

If a student who has withdrawn did not begin attendance in enough courses to establish a half-time enrollment status, the school may not make a first disbursement of a Direct Loan to the student after the student withdraws.

Refunds and Return of Financial Aid:

In accordance with the Higher Education Amendments of 1998, Life University will provide a refund that matches the federal return of Title IV funds, if the student has withdrawn on or before the 60% point of the quarter.

Students receiving federal Title IV financial assistance will be subject to a “Return of Title IV Funds” calculation. This calculation determines the percentage of the quarter completed, the percentage of federal financial aid earned, and the amount of federal financial aid that must be returned by the University and by the student. Depending upon the types and amounts of financial aid received and the date of withdrawal, the student may be required to repay some of the financial aid previously received. If the official withdrawal date is after the “60%” point of the quarter, no return of Title IV funds will be required.

For students enrolled in the full quarter - 11-week classes the after 60% point of quarter is the 46th day (Thursday of the 7th week); For students enrolled in the 5 week accelerated classes the after 60% point of quarter is the 23rd day (Tuesday of the 4th week - 1st 5 weeks & Thursday of the 9th week- 2nd 5 weeks); For any GR students enrolled in the summer quarter - 5 week classes the after 60% point of quarter is the 23rd day (Thursday of the 4th week).

CGUS Transfer Policy Regarding Associate Degree and General Education Core Requirements Policy (Effective 1/2/18)

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Students transferring to Life University having earned an Associate’s degree from a regionally accredited institution or equivalent, with a minimum of 60 semester credit hours or 90 quarter credit hours and a GPA of 2.0 will enter as a junior and automatically meet the general education core requirements. Students earning an Associate’s degree at Life University and accepted into a bachelor’s degree program at the University will automatically meet the general education core requirements of the bachelor’s degree. 

Students are not automatically exempted from General Education courses that are pre-requisites for upper level courses in the various majors. Approval from the Assistant Dean of the area to waive the pre-requisites will be required.

Online Deregistration Policy (Revision)

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Students will be notified of de-registration on Wednesday of week two with the actual de- registration notification sent to Registrar and Financial Aid at the end of the day on Monday of week three. (Actual de-registration will then occur on Tuesday of week three due to system batching.)

Students may register for an online offering through Friday of week one; Blackboard batch for enrollment takes 24-hours. Students in this situation will need to be advised to participate academically by Monday of week three. Below outlines the De-registration timeline:

  • Faculty will receive notification of pending de-registration by student/course between Wednesday-Friday of week two.
  •  A final notification will be sent to faculty by student/course at the end of the day on Monday of week three.
  • Students are officially de-registered from their course(s) by Tuesday of week three.

If a student is de-registered from a course, they may appeal the de-registration to the Dean of Online and Continuing Education by the end of the day on Tuesday of week three. The student must provide documentation of the extenuating circumstance(s) that prevented them from participating in the course, and a plan detailing how they will successfully complete the remainder of the course.

Undergraduate Academic Restriction Designations (Effective Fall 2018- 10/1/18)

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Good Standing Requirements: In order to maintain Good Standing students must have a 70% completion rate and a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or above.

Academic Warning (AW): Students with a cumulative GPA of 2.01-2.49 and/or have failed one course will be placed on Academic Warning. Students on Academic Warning will be restricted to registering for a maximum of 15 credit hours during the next quarter of enrollment and will be required to have academic advising with a Specialized Professional Advisor (SPA).

Academic Probation (AP): Students will be placed on Academic Probation if they have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or below OR have less than a 70% completion rate OR have failed more than one course.

Students who are placed on Academic Probation must follow the below requirements:

  • Limited to register for 12 credit hours
  • Must retake failed course when the next course is available before other courses
  • Cannot register for Accelerated courses
  • Will remain on Academic Performance contract for 3 quarters
  • Must complete required tutoring
  • Must have academic advisement with a Specialized Professional Advisor

Academic Dismissal (AD): A student will be dismissed from the university if he/she fails to meet the conditions of the Academic Performance Contract.

Graduate Academic Restrictions Designations Policy (Effective Fall 2018- 10/1/18)

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Good Standing Requirements: In order to maintain Good Standing students must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.25 or above and a 75% completion rate.

Academic Warning (AW): Students with cumulative GPA of 3.0-3.24 OR have failed one course OR have a completion rate of less than 75% will be placed on Academic Warning. Students on Academic Warning will be required to have academic advisement with a Specialized Professional Advisor (SPA).

Academic Probation (AP):Students will be placed on Academic Probation if they have a cumulative GPA below 3.0 OR if they have less than a 70% Completion Rate.

Students who are placed on Academic Probation will follow the below requirements:

  • Limited to register for 5 credit hours per quarter
  • Must retake failed course when next available before other courses
  • Cannot register for Accelerated courses
  • Will remain on Academic Performance Contract (APC) for 3 quarters
  • Must have academic advisement with a Specialized Professional Advisor (SPA)

Academic Dismissal (AD): A student will be dismissed from the university if the cumulative GPA falls below 3.0 for 3 consecutive quarters OR if the student fails two or more courses.

College of Chiropractic Academic Restrictions Designations Policy (Effective Fall 2018- 10/1/18)

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Good Standing Requirements: In order to maintain Good Standing students must have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 and a 70% completion rate.

Academic Warning (AW): Students who meet any of the following criteria will be placed on Academic Warning:

  • Cumulative GPA of 2.0-2.49
  • Less than a 70% completion rate
  • Have failed 2 or more courses in one quarter
  • Maintain an average of no less than 18 credits per quarter (150%)

Students who are placed on Academic Warning must follow the below requirements:

  • Restricted to register for a maximum of 20 credit hours during the next quarter of enrollment
  • Must retake failed course(s) the next quarter
  • Required to have academic advisement with a Specialized Professional Advisor (SPA)

Academic Probation (AP): Students will be placed on Academic Probation if they fail to maintain a GPA of 2.0 GPA OR if they have less than a 70% Completion Rate OR if they have failed the same course two times. Students who are placed on Academic Probation must follow the below requirements:

  • Will be placed on Academic Performance Contract (APC)
  • Will be limited in the amount of credit hours they can register for determined by GPA range
  • Must retake failed course(s) the next quarter
  • Required Academic Support
  • Required to have academic advisement with a Specialized Professional Advisor (SPA)

Academic Dismissal (AD): A student will be dismissed from the program if he/she fails to meet conditions of the Academic Performance Contract (APC). Any students who do not meet APC will be reviewed by the Dean or designee for consideration of the College of Chiropractic Dean’s Last Chance.

Eligibility for COC Dean’s Last Chance:

  • Multi-fail same course 3 times + cumulative GPA of at least 2.0
  • Cumulative GPA 1.75-1.99
  • May be granted only once per APC incident
CGUS Evaluation of Transfer Credit Policy (Effective 1/1/18)

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Life University College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies (CGUS) generally accepts courses from regionally or nationally accredited colleges, universities or programs provided the work is not of a highly specialized nature and a grade of C or better is earned.  Transfer Credit Practices of Designated Educational Institutions, published by the American Association of Collegiate Academic Registrars and Admissions Officers, is used as a guide in determining acceptability.

If the transfer evaluation does not indicate specific applicability for an acceptable course, general elective credit will be granted.  Coursework completed more than 10 years prior to application will not be considered for transfer credit.

Baccalaureate Transfer Policies

All undergraduate students accepted to Life University with prior college or university course credit will receive an official transfer credit evaluation showing how the courses completed at each previous school will transfer.  Evaluations will include the total number of credits accepted, as well as a course-by-course breakdown indicating how each class may be applied toward CGUS graduation requirements.  Courses may be accepted as upper or lower division general electives, upper or lower division major or minor electives, or as directly equivalent University courses.

Life University uses the following policies to determine acceptability of courses in an undergraduate program:

  • For undergraduate programs, an overall maximum of 75% of total credit hours required for the degree will be accepted.
  • A maximum of 30 credits, combined from the list below can come from alternative credit options:
    • College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
    • Prometric DSST Exams (DANTES)
    • Advanced Placement (AP)
    • International Baccalaureate (IB)
    • American Credit Evaluation (ACE) approved credits
    • National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS) approved credits
  • Another 30 credits maximum can come from military schools and training.
  • All other transfer credits must come from accredited, Life University approved college transcripts.
  • The University will not accept transfer credits from a third-party transcript.  Each transfer course must be presented on the college transcript from which the course was completed. For International students, transcripts must be evaluated by Global Education Group, Josef Silny & Associates or World Education Services.
  • Courses with a grade of Pass (P) will be considered if “P” is equivalent to a “C” or better.  This is determined by reviewing the grade scale of the institution where the course was completed.
  • The University will not accept any course for credit that is described as having remedial or developmental content.

If a student disagrees with the way credit has been awarded, he or she may appeal through he appeals process as outlined in the University Catalog.

Payment Due Information to all Students


For Spring Quarter 2018 payment is due by Sunday April 15, 2018. Dis-enrollment by the Registrar’s office will be effective April 16, 2018 . If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Student Accounts office.

Payment of “Commons” Rent. Payment for resident’s rent at Life University’s “Commons” is due and payable on the first day of each month. Failure to pay your rent for more than 5 days will result in the assessment of a $50.00 late charge. 

Acceptable Forms of Payment . Payment in full can be accomplished in one of three ways:

  1. Confirmed financial aid (loans, grants, and scholarships)*
  2. Credit Cards and checks via online through EagleNet
  3. “FACTS” E-cashiers Tuition Management Payment Plan (Visit the Student Accounts website for further information)

Neither Your Diploma nor your Transcript will be released until all financial obligations to the University have been met. 

Spring Quarter Financial Aid Disbursement Procedures


Direct Deposit. Life University is pleased to provide direct deposit for all living expense disbursements. To have your monies deposited directly into your U.S. bank account, visit EagleNet to enroll.

Disbursement Policy. 18/SP Qtr. initial disbursements for Direct Loans, Perkins Loan, Pell Grant, GTEG, and SEOG will begin in the first week of classes April 2, 2018.

Life University will release living expense refunds to students only after verifying student’s attendance status and making sure no financial or academic holds are on their records. Students must be enrolled in courses counting towards their degree to be reviewed for aid eligibility. Federal aid cannot be awarded for courses that do not count toward the degree. 

All unpaid tuition/fees and other University debts (such as but not limited to lab fees, institutional charges, and “The Commons” housing) are deducted from students’ financial aid before disbursement. 

The disbursement for HOPE Scholarship and all other scholarships for Spring Quarter 2018 will occur during the 2nd week of the quarter, provided funds are available. Only students who have submitted all the necessary paperwork will have their disbursement available during this time frame.

Please remember that in order to qualify for Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant GTEG you must be enrolled UG full-time (12 hours or more) as of April 9, 2018 for Spring Quarter. In addition, to qualify for a full-time HOPE award you must be enrolled UG full-time as of April 9, 2018, otherwise, you will receive a part-time (6-11 hours) HOPE award.

Living Expense Refund. Direct Deposits will be made when all proceeds have been received and all eligibility requirements for Financial Aid programs have been met, and in accordance with Federal Regulations related to Title IV funds which are: 

  • No later than 14 days after the first day of class if Federal funds are credited on or before the first day of class. OR
  • No later than 14 days after the credit balance occurred if the funds were credited after classes began.

You will receive your living expense refund on or after April 2, 2018:

  • If you are making Satisfactory Academic Progress (as defined by the Financial Aid office), and
  • Your aid proceeds have been disbursed to Life University. 

However, if you receive a living expense refund before April 2, 2018 and drop hours the week of April 2, 2018, you may be over-awarded on your financial aid eligibility. Federal Regulations require that the Office of Financial Aid notify the Office of Student Accounts to send back the amount of your aid, if any, you are not eligible to receive, due to the drop in hours. (See Disbursement Policy above).

Your refund may be delayed if you filed your Financial Aid forms late, or they are incomplete. 

Drop Refund Calculations for Spring 2018


Life University’s College of Chiropractic & College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies

Full Quarter Courses

Dates     Refund %
On or before   Apr 6 100%
Apr 7 to Apr 13 90%
Apr 14 to Apr 20 50%
Apr 21 to May 11 25%
May 12 to June 16 0%

 

First 5-week Courses

Dates     Refund %
On or before   Apr 6 100%
Apr 7 to Apr 13 90%
Apr 14 to Apr 20 50%
Apr 21 to Apr 27 25%
Apr 28 to May 8 0%

 

Second 5-week Courses

Dates     Refund %
On or before   May 15 100%
May 16 to May 18 90%
May 19 to May 25 50%
May 26 to June 1 25%
June 2 to June 16 0%

 

However, even if your Financial Aid has been received prior to dropping classes, it will have to be re-evaluated to determine eligibility and amount.

Graduation Information


Please click on the following links for graduation information: 

Registration


To register for classes visit 

Please visit the Registrar’s web page for more information on the following:

  • Official Document Holds
  • Transcripts and Transcript Releases
  • Registration and Procedures
  • Guidelines for Registration
  • Enrollment Verification

Preregistration Time Summary

Priority Preregistration for GR and UG begins Saturday, February 24, 2018 and ends Monday, February 26, 2018 at 7am.

Priority Preregistration for DC begins Saturday, March 3, 2018 and ends Monday, March 5, 2018 at 7am.

GR and UG: Assigned preregistration starts Monday, February 26, 2018.

DC students: Assigned preregistration starts Monday, March 5, 2018.

To view your DC, Graduate, or Undergraduate Preregistration time, please login to EagleNet.

Preregistration for all programs ends on Sunday, March 11, 2018, at 11:59pm.

Registration for current and returning students will open on Monday, March 12, 2018 at 8am and will remain open until Friday, April 6, 2018, 11:59pm.

College of Graduate & Undergraduate Studies Announcements


Final Exam Schedules for Spring 2018

Department of Nutrition: UG Final Exam Schedule  

Department of Nutrition: MS Final Exam Schedule  

Natural Sciences & Mathematics: Final Exam Schedule   

Positive Human Development & Social Change: Final Exam Schedule  

Department of Sport Health Science: UG Final Exam Schedule  

 Preregistration

Graduate and Undergraduate Students: Preregistration begins Monday, February 26, 2018. Pre-registration times are assigned by earned institutional credits.  Please log into EagleNet to view your scheduled pre-registration time.

Online Course- CIM 102

Students attempting to take the online format of CIM 102 must possess their own computer meeting certain hardware and software standards. A Computer Verification Form is available at BUSINESS.LIFE.EDU which provides the requirements. This form MUST be submitted at a Day 1 Orientation Meeting in Room 234, at 3PM in order to be eligible for registration which will be on a “first come; first serve” basis.  No late registrations will be allowed. This meeting and form does NOT apply to students taking the traditional in-seat format of CIM 101 in the labs.

College of Chiropractic Announcements


Final Exam Schedule for Winter 2018

Doctor of Chiropractic Final Exam Schedule  

NBCE Information

Life University Requirements/Rules for Certification of National Board Eligibility    

Upcoming NBCE Application Deadlines & Administration Dates

NBCE Parts I, II, III and Physiotherapy

Part IV

For further information regarding NBCE testing please visit MyNBCE.org.

Preregistration Schedule for Doctor of Chiropractic Program

Pre-Registration for DC students begins on Monday, March 5, 2018. Preregistration is assigned by the number of completed institutional credits. Please login to EagleNet to view your scheduled preregistration time.

Clinic Announcements

For information on Level I, Level II, and Level III (PEAK and Outreach) please visit the PEAK Intern Handbook and the Outreach Intern Handbook located on Blackboard. 

Previous Quarterlies

Fall 2017

Summer 2017

Winter 2018 Quarterly Announcements