Life University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (3)
Choosing Life University was one of the best decisions I've ever made. Life U takes a natural full body and mind approach to healthcare and life. I believe that it is important to get back to basics in this day and age where our country as a whole is in a bit of a health crisis. The class sizes are small enough where you can connect with your fellow students and the instructors know and care about you. To this day I still keep in touch with my instructors. To top it off, their goal is to actually teach you the information so that you can easily apply it and connect it to your other classes. I was able to walk into and out of finals with confidence that I fully understood the material. After graduation I have been able to utilize my degree as a swim coach, massage therapist, and physical therapy technician and I plan on building on it in graduate school. The campus is beautiful and easy to navigate. Everywhere you look there are peaceful havens where you can study, hang out with friends, or just enjoy the day. Marietta is the perfect combination of history mixed with modern progress. The possibilities are endless in terms of things to do and places to travel. I highly recommend this school to anyone who is looking for an institution that truly cares for its students, provides wellness for the world, and is in an amazing city to live.
Lovely small campus with relatively new buildings. most instructors are helpful and considered a great source of information. Chiropractic program is amazing but intense; it requires a lot of hard work. but at the end it's all worth it! Definitely recommend it! Also if you are not sure, you can visit the campus during one of the "Leadership Weekends" as the University will pay for the hotel and the air ticket!
Overall, I enjoyed attending Life University. The teachers are great and very knowledgeable and the learning environment is extremely positive. However, I think for the cost of the degree it is not worth it. I would not recommend attending this school for an undergraduate degree. If you are pursuing chiropractic that is another story. I feel that a public university would allow for a great advantage when entering the work field or applying to graduate studies. The teachers are great and very knowledgeable and the learning environment is extremely positive.