WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE LIFE UNIVERSITY?
WHAT SETS LIFE UNIVERSITY APART?
Life University’s vision for the future is a world centered on vitalistic thinking and action.
Our mission is to empower each student with the education, skills and values to maximize the perfection within, based upon a vitalistic philosophy. We are committed to a global vision and excellence in teaching, learning and research, providing an exceptional student experience leading to a life of integrity and Lasting Purpose.
WHAT IS LASTING PURPOSE?
At LIFE, we strive to serve a greater purpose which we fondly call a Lasting Purpose: “To live an inner-directed life, to give, to do, to love, to serve, out of your own abundance.”
WHAT IS VITALISM?
Vitalism is the recognition that the Universe itself is self-conscious, and as such, creates itself as a dynamic system wherein living organisms are self-developing, self-maintaining and self-healing.
WHEN IS THE NEXT LIFE UNLIMITED SESSION?
July 11-16, 2021
WHAT IS THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER?
The deadline to register is June 11, 2021.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
You can complete the online application by clicking here.
WHAT DO I NEED IN ORDER TO REGISTER?
You will need to submit your completed online application; a letter of recommendation from either a chiropractor or your school counselor; and the registration fee.
WHAT IS THE COST?
The cost for the week is $500, however if you register by May 28, you will save $100 with our special Earlybird Registration pricing of only $400..
DO YOU OFFER ANY EARLYBIRD PRICING?
If you register by May 10, you will save $100 with our special Earlybird Registration pricing of only $399.
WHAT TIME DO I CHECK IN?
Check-in time is Sunday, July 11 at 4:00 p.m. Check-out time is Friday, July 16 at noon.
WHERE DO PARTICIPANTS STAY?
Overnight accommodations are provided in the Commons, our recently-built residence hall and “home” to all on-campus freshman undergrads. Featuring large gathering and study areas on all floors, the Commons is designed to encourage community integration and social collaboration. It features double and single occupancy rooms and is fueled for fun with a two-story slide down to the main level.
WHAT ABOUT MEALS?
All meals are included. Lyceum Dining Hall is located adjacent to the Commons and includes indoor and outdoor seating areas with an “all-you-can-eat” buffet style eatery. Socrates Café offers an dining room with high ceilings, natural lighting and booth seating and an outdoor patio area featuring a fire pit, a reflection pool and calming water streams. It prides itself on its healthy menu choices including locally sourced and/or organically produced ingredients. Plato II Go features popular, fresh, made-from scratch Tex-Mex cuisine as well as a variety of additional hot menu items. Experience all our on-campus eateries and find your favorite!
WHAT’S CLASSES/LABS WILL I PARTICPATE IN?
Monday: Technique Class, Palpation Adjusting Technology (PAT) Lab, Exercise Science Lab
Tuesday: Anatomy Class; Anatomage Lab; Nutrition Lab
Wednesday: Neurology Class; Neurology Life Lab; Dexa Lab
WHAT HAPPENS ON THURSDAY?
Thursday is reserved for touring the area and getting a taste of the town. Life is located in Marietta, Georgia, just 15 miles northwest of Atlanta, so it enjoys the benefits of the smaller feel of Marietta along with all the benefits of being just 20 minutes away from one of the busiest metropolitan cities in the world.
We’ll take a peek at Marietta Square with its unique gift shops, boutiques, antique stores, ice cream and candy stops. And we’ll also take on the big city and visit some of the destinations that make Atlanta such an exciting place to call home.
WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU’RE NOT IN CLASS?
When not in classes or labs, participants will have an opportunity to check out all our campus facilities and explore our beautiful 110 acre campus. There will be opportunities to meet current students; talk with undergraduate and graduate faculty members; and take advantage of opportunities to meet with Financial Aid, Admissions and Student Affairs staff. We’ll even provide a chance to tour a local chiropractor’s office, giving you the chance to meet and ask questions so you can learn more about the profession.
WHAT ABOUT COVID-19?
Life University is committed to providing our summer camps and enrichment programs in an environment that supports the health and wellbeing of all participants, while taking every appropriate action to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We are well-prepared to make the necessary adjustments to our programming to adhere to the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our University partners and local health authorities. For detailed information regarding processes and protocols, please visit: