One College, Three Campuses
The main campus, located in Davenport, Iowa, is where chiropractic began. It’s the largest of the three Palmer campuses and features the R. Richard Bittner Athletic & Recreation Center, the Palmer Family Museum, and the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research. The campus sits amidst the Quad Cities, a community with a combined population of 400,000. Here you’ll find all the excitement of a big city with all the hospitality of a small town. Our award-wining museums and cultural centers, internationally-recognized festivals, beautiful riverfront, exciting sporting events and vibrant nightlife will ensure that you always have something to do. You’ll appreciate the low cost of living in this family oriented community. Ask about our travel reimbursement program!
Palmer’s Florida campus is located in Port Orange, Fla., a
welcoming city of about 60,000. Palmer Florida’s beautiful, modern campus is
one of the nation's most technologically advanced chiropractic campuses. It
provides a unique learning experience structured around curriculum master
courses rather than traditional lecture and lab instruction. Here you’ll enjoy
the Florida weather in a family-friendly, suburban beach town. There is
plenty do to during study breaks, from hitting the beach to checking out the
local attractions or visiting Walt Disney World, which is only an hour away.
The Florida campus is just minutes away from Daytona Beach and the Daytona
International Speedway, not to mention the many concert venues, theaters,
restaurants and museums within close proximity.
Palmer’s West campus is located in San Jose, Calif., a
young, progressively diverse community of more than one million. Nestled in the
heart of Silicon Valley among the headquarters of Facebook, Apple and Google,
the Palmer West campus offers you a small, friendly student body. You’ll also
find an abundant variety of recreational options in an innovative, coastal-bay
community. Popular destinations such as Yosemite, Lake Tahoe, Big Basin, Big
Sur, the Monterey peninsula, and Napa Valley are within driving distance for
weekend excursions and recreational outings. The area offers a year-round mild
climate. Plus, two Light Rail transfer stations in close proximity to the
campus make getting around easy.