Alumni and friends of Palmer College are welcomed back annually for Homecoming events at each of the Palmer campuses. Homecoming weekend is an opportunity to:
- Earn continuing education credit hours.
- Hear from speakers that will motivate, inspire and rejuvenate.
- Attend sessions that provide new tools, information and techniques that can be implemented in practice on Monday morning.
- Visit with exhibitors showcasing the latest chiropractic products and services.
- Network with colleagues, current and prospective students.
- Stay connected to Palmer College.
For more information on Homecoming events, select a campus below or call the Continuing Education and Events Department toll-free at (800) 452-5032.
Are you interested in becoming a speaker for a Homecoming event? Please complete and submit the Speaker Application form to be considered for a program. Acrobat Reader is required. Completed forms may be typed or hand-written and submitted via mail, fax or e-mail. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Today’s technology makes it even easier for communities to connect—whether it’s through social media, blogs, online chats or specialized websites. But with technology comes an ever-increasing fragmentation of larger communities. It’s important for communities to be grounded in common goals and interests, and for individuals or organizations to step up and provide leadership for those communities.
At Palmer, we strive every day to connect our campus communities with the wider communities of alumni, patients and chiropractic professional organizations. We have completed initiatives that demonstrate our leadership of the Palmer and wider chiropractic community, such as the Palmer Identity. We especially want our alumni to feel connected to the Palmer community. There are many ways for you to stay connected, but the simplest is by coming to a Homecoming event. Whether it’s in Davenport this August, or next year in Port Orange or San Jose, make plans to re-connect with Palmer at Homecoming. The benefits of making this connection are exponential—for you and your practice, for Palmer College, and for the continued growth of chiropractic.