Chiropractic Education FAQ
This chiropractic education FAQ will answer your questions about the Sherman College doctor of chiropractic program, tuition, enrollment financial aid & housing.
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To get into chiropractic school, you need at least 90 semester hours with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 or higher, though many students complete a bachelor’s degree before enrolling. Of the 90 hours required for traditional admission, 24 must be life and/or physical sciences with corresponding labs for half, and 15 hours must be in the humanities, social and/or behavioral sciences.
If you have an overall GPA between 2.75 and 2.99 and/or less than the required hours in the sciences, you may be eligible for the Alternate Admission Track Plan (AATP). This admission standard is designed to allow students with various academic backgrounds to enroll in chiropractic school based on the academic achievements they already have. We encourage you to submit transcripts and contact admissions for individual counseling.
Health-conscious people make chiropractic a regular part of their health regimen, along with such sound practices as exercise, good nutrition, stress management and regular health check-ups. Chiropractic is a separate and distinct field that does not compete with the practice of medicine or the use of alternative therapies.
Some other chiropractic colleges generally view chiropractic as a therapeutic approach to improving musculoskeletal and other conditions.
* First quarter books and supplies for new students will be at least double this amount.
Almost 98 percent of our students receive federally funded loans to cover their tuition and cost of living expenses. Most students can expect to receive $3342.00 per quarter ($1114.00 per month). See more tuition and expenses information here.
No, we do not, but we do have several agreements arranged with local undergraduate institutions to complete your admission requirements. Click on the links below to find details about the programs listed:
Six local colleges offer acceptable courses for prerequisites. Contact them directly:
Absolutely! We encourage this. We can start an academic evaluation for you, and tell you exactly which classes you still need to complete. You do not want to find out at the last minute that you are missing some classes, and you don’t want to take classes that you do not need. You may send unofficial transcripts or copies for evaluation, but official transcripts will be required for admission. Please include current contact information when emailing or faxing transcripts.
Email Transcripts to Kristy Shepherd at firstname.lastname@example.org or
mail your transcripts to
Sherman College Admission Department
Attn: Kristy Shepherd
PO Box 1452
Spartanburg, SC 29304
Transcripts can also be faxed to 864-599-4859.
The title IV code for Sherman College is 013853.
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