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Located in the heart of the Quad Cities--a mid-sized metropolitan area (pop. 470,000) in Iowa and Illinois along the Mississippi River. As the original Palmer campus, it retains the College's rich history and forward thinking. While you're here, check out Modern Woodmen Park--Voted the "Best minor league ballpark" in America by the readers of USA Today and the Midwest League's best ballpark by Baseball America.
Of all the world's chiropractic colleges, our Davenport campus is the oldest--it's the wellspring from which the chiropractic profession originated. With 14 major buildings occupying seven city blocks, it's our most expansive campus and home to the largest chiropractic research center in the world. It also houses our impressive David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library, as well as the Palmer Family residence.
Despite the size, it's a close-knit environment where students can connect to their chosen profession's history and philosophy. The curriculum is delivered in lecture and lab-based courses, with sectioned labs for hands-on learning and close contact with the instructor.
The Davenport campus tends to attract students who:
- Are drawn to chiropractic philosophy
- Have a family
- Want to pursue chiropractic research
- Interest in sports chiropractic, pediatrics or geriatrics
Welcome to Davenport, Iowa!
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