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Are you looking for more information about chiropractic schools? Look no further! Below is your guide to all of the chiropractic schools in the United States as well as the TFE times ranking for the best chiropractic schools.

Palmer College of Chiropractic

Founded: 1897

Founder(s): Daniel David Palmer

Tuition (per term, estimated): $19,227 (Davenport), $15,986 (Port Orange), $17,703 (San Jose) More tuition information

Location(s): Davenport, Iowa / San Jose, California / Port Orange, Florida

Website: http://www.palmer.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 100-200 (Davenport), 20-50 (San Jose), 30-80 (Port Orange) Average student/faculty ratio is 15:1

Completion Rate: 88% (combined)

Fun Fact: First Chiropractic school ever and was founded by the man who founded chiropractic

 

University of Western States

Founded: 1904

Founder(s): John and Eva Marsh

Tuition (per quarter): $10,011 More tuition information

Location(s): Portland, Oregon

Website: https://www.uws.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 35-100, Average student/faculty ratio is 20:1

Completion Rate: 90%

Fun Fact: Episode 4, Season 6 of the Show “Portlandia” was filmed on campus in 2015

 

National University of Health Sciences

Founded: 1906

Founder(s): John Fitz Allen Howard

Tuition (per trimester, estimated): $19,659 (Lombard), $20,659 (Seminole)  More tuition information

Location(s): Lombard, Illinois / Seminole, Florida

Website: http://www.nuhs.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 20-60, Student/faculty ratio is 6:1

Completion Rate: 82%

Fun Fact: The campus in Lombard is home to a pair of beautiful swans who typically hatch adorable babies every spring

 

Texas Chiropractic College

Founded: 1908

Founder(s): John N. Stone

Tuition (per trimester, excluding fees): $10,115 More tuition information

Location(s): Pasadena, Texas

Website: http://www.txchiro.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 10-45

Completion Rate: 71%

Fun Fact: TCC’s Preceptorship Program was the first of its kind for chiropractic schools anywhere in the world. The Hospital Rotation Program is the largest and best integrated among chiropractic colleges nationwide.

 

Southern California University of Health Sciences

Founded: 1911

Founder(s): Charles Cale

Tuition (per term): $11,573 More tuition information

Location(s): Whittier, California

Website: http://www.scuhs.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: Average is 20, Student/faculty ratio 13:1

Completion Rate: 82%

Fun Fact: Top chiropractic sports medicine program, offering three different pathways, across all chiropractic schools in the nation

 

New York Chiropractic College

Founded: 1919

Founder(s): Frank Dean

Tuition (per trimester): $23,884 More tuition information

Location(s): Seneca Falls, New York

Website: https://www.nycc.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size:

Completion Rate: 85%

Fun Fact: Karyn Marshall (inducted into the USA Weightlifting Hall of Fame in 2011) is an alumnus.

 

Cleveland Chiropractic & Health Sciences

Founded: 1922

Founder(s): C.S. Cleveland Sr., Ruth Cleveland, and Perl B. Griffin

Tuition (per trimester, estimated): $11,437 More tuition information

Location(s): Overland Park, Kansas

Website: https://www.cleveland.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 30-90

Completion Rate: 76%

Fun Fact:

 

Logan University

Founded: 1935

Founder(s): H.B. Logan

Tuition (per trimester): $10,832 More tuition information

Location(s): Chesterfield, Missouri

Website: http://www.logan.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 30-140

Completion Rate: 83%

Fun Fact: For students, 40% of the first year is spent in hands-on clinical courses to help prepare for real scenarios.

 

Northwestern Health Sciences University

Founded: 1941

Founder(s): John B. Wolfe

Tuition (per trimester): $11,075 More tuition information

Location(s): Bloomington, Minnesota

Website: https://www.nwhealth.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 20-125

Completion Rate: 85%

Fun Fact: 78% of all faculty hold the highest degree in their respective fields

 

Sherman College of Chiropractic

Founded: 1973

Founder(s): Thom Gelardi

Tuition (per quarter): $8,279 More tuition information

Location(s): Spartanburg, South Carolina

Website: https://www.sherman.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 30-50

Completion Rate: 85%

Fun Fact: The 80-acre campus is located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Spartanburg has seven colleges and the highest per-capita college student population of any major city in the state.

 

Life University and Life Chiropractic College West

Founded: 1975

Founder(s): Sid Williams

Tuition (per year): $30,181.50 More tuition information

Location(s): Marietta, Georgia / Hayward, California (Life West)

Website: https://www.life.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 10-20, Student/faculty ratio is 16:1

Completion Rate: 67%

Fun Fact: Home to the largest single-campus chiropractic college in the world.

 

Parker University

Founded: 1978

Founder(s): James. W. Parker

Tuition (per trimester, estimated): $11,610 More tuition information

Location(s): Dallas, Texas

Website: https://www.parker.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size:

Completion Rate: 76%

Fun Fact: Three years free registration for Parker Seminars (the #1 chiropractic seminar in the world) upon graduation

 

University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic

Founded: 1991

Tuition: $14,100 More tuition information

Location(s): Bridgeport, Connecticut

Website: http://www.bridgeport.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 10-40

Completion Rate: 86%

Fun Fact: First university-based chiropractic program in the nation

 

D’Youville College of Chiropractic

Founded: 2003

Tuition (per semester): $13,060 More tuition information

Location(s): Buffalo, New York

Website: https://dyc.edu/

Admission Requirements

Class Size: 10-20

Completion Rate: 78%

Fun Fact: First chiropractic program in a liberal arts college setting.

 

Keiser University College of Chiropractic

*Note: Keiser University is not currently accredited for chiropractic but they are in the accreditation process. This does not ensure eventual accreditation.

Tuition (per semester): $11,360 More tuition information

Location(s): West Palm Beach, Florida

Website: https://www.keiseruniversity.edu/

Admission Requirements

Best Chiropractic Schools According to the TFE Times

  1. University of Western States
  2. Parker University
  3. Logan University
  4. National University of Health Sciences
  5. Life University
  6. Palmer College of Chiropractic (West)
  7. Palmer College of Chiropractic (Davenport)
  8. University of Bridgeport
  9. Palmer College of Chiropractic (Florida)
  10. Southern California University of Health Sciences

The TFE Times complete list of best chiropractic schools can be found here.

 

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