July 26, 2008 — Logan College of Chiropractic officially completed a six-month development project with the dedication of the $3.6 million Standard Process Student Center at a ribbon-cutting event held June 19 on the school’s Chesterfield campus. The 6,500 square-foot facility and restroom renovation is the latest construction project at the college.
Dr. George A. Goodman, president of Logan College of Chiropractic, was joined by Dr. Mary Beth Larsen of Standard Process Inc.; Chesterfield Mayor John Nations; Student Doctors Council President Michael Manley; and Dr. Jason Strotheide, president of the Logan Alumni Association, along with a number of major financial contributors.
The new student center includes both recreation and relaxation areas and a new Student Services Office which serves as a buffer between these different use areas.
“Construction of a modern, state-of-the-art center where Logan students can gather is an important part of our ongoing plan to improve and enhance all of Logan’s campus facilities,” said Dr. Goodman. “We deeply appreciate the generosity of Standard Process and all our donors in their gifts to our student center project.”
The building is named after Standard Process Inc., which donated $500,000 to Logan to name the new student center. The center was constructed in the space previously occupied by the school’s gymnasium.
Source: Logan College of Chiropractic, www.logan.edu