Due to inclement weather expected this weekend, Palmer Chiropractic Clinics – Quad Cities, the R. Richard Bittner Athletic & Recreation Center, and the David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library – Quad Cities will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 19.

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Main campus

Quad Cities Area Attractions

The Quad Cities area has a collective population of 400,000, combining city life with a smaller town atmosphere along the Mighty Mississippi River. The community is friendly, cost of living is low, and the quality of life is high. Visit these local links for more information about the area:

West campus

San Jose Area Attractions

Known as the capital of Silicon Valley, San Jose is the largest city in California’s Bay Area and is only 50 miles away from San Francisco. The area offers a variety of cultural, recreational, educational and entertainment opportunities. Visit these local links for more information about the area:

Florida campus

Port Orange Area Attractions

The city of Port Orange (population 56,000) is located on the Halifax River and right next to the city of Daytona Beach, Florida—the beach is only minutes away from campus. Called a “community of neighborhoods,” Port Orange has a smaller metropolitan feel with access to the attractions of Orlando just an hour away. Visit these local links for more information about the area:

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