The chiropractic program itself was ok. Some professors are great, others not so much...as usual.
1. You have to pay FULL tuition to work as an intern in the clinics for an entire year.
2. They change graduation requirements once you're already in the program, and usually don't notify you until someone asks if they've been changed.
3. Most of their graduation requirements are based entirely on money and are much higher than those required by the CCE (council on chiropractic education), yet they have the authority to enforce those requirements and withhold your diploma until you meet them.
4. The failure rate among the interns who completed their internship in the on-campus clinics reached 45% last year.
Signing up was difficult. They got my schedule wrong, and signed me up for additional classes which didn't even exist, so I was standing at the door of an empty classroom at 7 am. Also they don't tell you that the price of some classes varies wildly, so I had to drop those as quick as I could and then start them at a community college instead. I was able to fix everything, but if I hadn't been looking they really would have messed me up.
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