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Chiropractic Education FAQ

This chiropractic education FAQ will answer your questions about the Sherman College doctor of chiropractic program, tuition, enrollment financial aid & housing.

If you have other questions, feel free to call 1-800-849-8771 (toll free) or 864-578-8770 (local), during business hours, 8:00 amd  to 4:30 pm. You can also email admissions@sherman.edu.  You can also request more information here or plan a visit to campus.

Click on the questions to see the answers.

Admissions Requirements

What prerequisites do I need for chiropractic school?
What is the minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) required?
Do I need a bachelor's degree to start chiropractic college?
How is your philosophy different from other schools?
How much is tuition?
How long does it take to complete prerequisite classes? How long for the DC program?
How much math do I need?
Are you accredited?
Do you have an accelerated program on your campus?
Can I send you my transcripts now so that you can tell me which classes I still need?
Do you have housing on campus?
What is the cost of living in Spartanburg and how does it compare to the rest of the country?

Financial Aid

How do I apply for financial aid?
What is Sherman College's Title IV Code?
How much money am I eligible for in the unsubsidized Stafford Loans?
What is the unsubsidized loan?
What is the median loan debt incurred by students who complete the program on-time?
Where do I borrow money for my Stafford loan?
How do I apply for the Perkins Loan?
What other loans are available?
When do I re-apply for loans?
How do I get my undergraduate loans deferred?
How does work-study reduce my loan amount? Do I qualify?
What kinds of scholarships do you offer?

Sherman College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, employment policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or other school-administered programs

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