December 29, 2014 — Palmer College of Chiropractic has surpassed new student enrollment objectives, which are developed at the beginning of each year, for fall 2014 classes on all three of its campuses. This fall, Palmer had an increase of 14 percent in college-wide, new student enrollment since fall 2013.
“The size of the fall 2014 classes speaks to Palmer College of Chiropractic’s position as the trusted leader in chiropractic education and the quality educational experience at each Palmer campus,” Thomas Stempek, Palmer’s vice chancellor for enrollment, said. “Palmer’s enrollment accounts for 21 percent of the students enrolled at all 15 U.S. chiropractic colleges.”
The San Jose, California, campus enrolled a fall 2014 class that marked the largest first-quarter class in 14 years. On Palmer’s Port Orange, Florida, campus, enrollment is at capacity. The college’s main campus in Davenport, Iowa, has also seen an increase in new enrollment with the fall class. Overall, new student enrollment for Palmer College was 16 percent over expectations this fall.
Source: Palmer College of Chiropractic