Life University is a private institution located on a 110 acre wooded campus in the city of Marietta, northwestern Georgia. Founded in 1974, Life is oriented around courses taught in the health and wellness fields.
There are twelve undergraduate and four graduate degrees available. The Life U Sport Science Institute is a combination of leading edge technology and the university’s dedication to vitalistic philosophy in the health fields. Bachelor’s in exercise science, health coaching, and coaching psychology will all make us of the university's extensive facilities.
A cornerstone of Life University is the chiropractic college, which is the largest in the world. This complementary medicine course entails detailing issues with the nervous system, in particular targeting what is known as subluxation.
Sports teams are known as the Running Eagles, which compete in the Mid-South Conference. Rugby is a popular and highly successful sport at Life, competing with both men’s and women’s teams.
While the university itself is located in a midsize city within an area of stunning natural beauty, it is also just 20 miles from Atlanta, a major urban metropolis of the American south that has both an pronounced cultural and historical perspective and extensive international travel links.