Student Life

A Place Where You Belong

Student life at Palmer College is centered on preparing students for success in practice, with some fun along the way. Palmer offers more than 50 clubs and extracurricular activities that allow students to practice their skills, explore specialty areas of chiropractic, and build valuable relationships that will last well past graduation.

Explore this page to learn about the resources like the Palmer Center for Business Development, David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library, Student Academic Support Services that will support your academic goals, as well as our on-campus cafés where you can find healthy, grab-and-go food options, and the many clubs and organizations where you can build relationships that will carry you into your career as a chiropractor.

Club and Organizations

Get involved in one of the more than 50 clubs and organizations.

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Living Here

A variety of housing options are available to students close to campus.

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Campus Recreation

Our club and intramural sports teams offer something for everyone.

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Club and Organizations

Get involved in one of the more than 50 clubs and organizations.

Get involved

Living Here

A variety of housing options are available to students close to campus.

Explore housing

Campus Recreation

Our club and intramural sports teams offer something for everyone.

Find your team

We’re Invested in Your Success

Palmer provides students with resources to meet the demands of a rigorous academic curriculum. Access peer tutoring with upper-term students, trainings through the Center for Business Development and more, all at no charge.

Academic Support

Student Academic Support Services offers tools to support your learning.

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Palmer Center for Business Development

Free business training, tools, and resources designed specifically for chiropractors.

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Merit Program

Build an online portfolio of your academic success with Palmer’s Merit Program.

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Academic Support

Student Academic Support Services offers tools to support your learning.

Find resources

Palmer Center for Business Development

Free business training, tools, and resources designed specifically for chiropractors.

Learn more

Merit Program

Build an online portfolio of your academic success with Palmer’s Merit Program.

View Merit

A World of Resources

Fuel your learning through the David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library and your body with the Palmer Café and other eateries on campus. Plus, the Campus Store provides all the materials you need for your classes.

The David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library

Offering the largest collection of chiropractic resources in the world.

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Campus Store

From textbooks to Palmer swag, find what you need at the Campus Store.

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Healthy Eating

Fuel your studies with healthy, delicious food at any of Palmer’s cafes and coffee shops.

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The David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library

Offering the largest collection of chiropractic resources in the world.

Learn More

Campus Store

From textbooks to Palmer swag, find what you need at the Campus Store.

Shop

Healthy Eating

Fuel your studies with healthy, delicious food at any of Palmer’s cafes and coffee shops.

View options

Experience Palmer

The Palmer Campus Guides introduce new and prospective students to Palmer. This is a great way to get involved on campus.
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Available on the main campus, Palmer's men's and women's rugby teams compete across the country.
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Technique clubs offer an opportunity for additional training and practice under the guidance of a faculty member.
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All Palmer students receive free access to Complete Anatomy to support their anatomy education.
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Palmer features many enjoyable study spots, including overlooking the pond at Palmer Florida.
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Palmer's main campus features the R. Richard Bittner Athletic & Recreation Center, a 46,000 square-foot leading-edge fitness facility.
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Peer tutors help lower-term students master their curriculum.
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