On June 16, 2013, the Logan College of Chiropractic Alumni Association Board of Directors passed a vote of no confidence in the Logan University Board of Trustees and their General Counsel. The vote of no confidence included language that states that the Logan College of Chiropractic Alumni Association Board continues to support the faculty, staff, students, and the new Logan President. The Logan Alumni Board has been concerned about the financial and human resource management of the College for several years. The Logan Alumni Board has had repeated failed attempts to meet jointly with the Board of Trustees, most recently at this year’s Homecoming. Furthermore, the Alumni Board sent a letter of questions to the Board of Trustees and received a letter back that did not address the concerns at all.
Logan Alumni Association President Christopher N. Shoff, DC, states “We hope that the Board of Trustees recognizes and listens to the concerns of the independent voice of the Alumni Association and works with us for the betterment of Logan College of Chiropractic. We have continued confidence in the faculty, staff, students, and new President of Logan College but are concerned with the past direction of the Board of Trustees and their future direction of the College. I look forward to working with the Board of Trustees to address the concerns and wishes of the Alumni Association Board of Directors.”
Further action was taken by the Alumni Board demanding an independent accounting firm perform a transparent, forensic audit of the school’s financials over the past five years.
We request all Logan alumni and supporters to contact both the Alumni Association and the Board of Trustees to urge cooperation on this matter.
Logan College Alumni Association