… on all three Palmer campuses, with
the most dramatic increase on the San Jose campus. The San Jose campus
enrolled a fall 2014 class of 76 students (the goal was
48), marking the largest first quarter class in 14 years.
With an enrollment goal of 82, the Port Orange class welcomed
91 new students into the fall 2014 class. The Davenport
campus welcomed 121 students into its fall class with a
goal of 120. The total for new students enrolled in fall 2014
was 288 on an enrollment plan of 250.
“The size of the fall 2014 classes speaks to the respect for
Palmer College, as the trusted leader in chiropractic education,
and the quality educational experience at each Palmer campus
to prepare graduates to serve their patients as the primary care
professionals for spinal health and well-being,” says Julie Behn,
Palmer’s senior director for admissions recruitment.