Blueprints for success

Blueprints for success

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Summer 2006


C.T. program marks 40th year

Forty years ago, two pioneering students began studying to become chiropractic technologists (C.T.s) as part of Palmer College’s new School of Chiropractic Technology. Several name changes and 1,098 graduates later, the program is now part of the Division of Undergraduate Studies at Palmer’s Davenport campus and its graduates receive an Associate of Science in Chiropractic Technology degree. Chiropractic Office Assistant and Chiropractic Clinical Assistant certificate programs are also now offered.

Undergraduate Studies will recognize the program’s anniversary during Davenport’s Homecoming 2006, August 9-12, with an informational Expo booth featuring photos, memorabilia and a timeline of the program.

Be sure to stop by to meet with members of Undergraduate Studies and receive a free commemorative gift. Program graduates are also invited to sign an alumni guest book. Graduates who have items they’d like to loan for the display should call (800) 722-2586, Ext. 5741.

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