Student Learning and Success

Leading the way

woman in military uniform

Palmer College of Chiropractic was selected by Victory Media, publishers of G.I. Jobs magazine, as one of an elite group of Military Friendly Schools® for 2015. This is the fourth consecutive year Palmer has earned this honor.

The San Jose campus completed a Learning Resource/Assessment Center and expanded its Rehabilitative Exercise Lab to make optimal use of its physical facilities and improve the student learning experience.

Student Scholarship Dollars graph: 2012-13 $2,373,724; 2013-14 $2,943,611; 2014-15 $2,283,320
Corey Harrington holding plaque

The American Black Chiropractic Association named Davenport student Corey Harrington its Student of the Year in 2014.

Student-loan Default Rates graph Palmer College (2012 draft rate) 2.4%; Other chiropractic colleges 7%; National 4-year public colleges 9.3%; National 4-year private colleges 8%

Students on the Port Orange campus were offered a free NBCE Board Review by faculty members prior to the September 2014 NBCE exams. Topics covered included physical therapy, microbiology I and II, biochemistry, neuroanatomy, chiropractic practices and radiology.

NBCE Pass Rates graph comparing the national average, Palmer threshold, and CCE benchmark for 2012-2015