The Mack and Kitty Scallon Building on the Sherman College campus houses classrooms,
administrative and faculty offices, the library, the multimedia resource center,
the bookstore, the student lounge and the Spine Dining Cafe. Its spacious, inviting
atrium and abundance of sliding glass doors serve to provide maximum natural light
and ventilation to its classrooms and offices, as well as breathtaking vistas of
the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains.
The LRC is a specialized health sciences library and resource center. Biological and clinical science materials are available, as well as chiropractic-related and business-related subjects, including an NBCE Reference section for course research and exam prep.
The Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center, located in the E.C. Taylor
Building, includes 23 spacious patient care rooms, as well as a Student Health
Center, equipped with modern chiropractic analytical and adjusting equipment, to
serve the educational needs of the students, and provide the community with quality
The Taylor Building also houses classrooms, completely equipped modern x-ray facilities and the X-ray Resource Center, where students can enhance their knowledge of x-ray interpretation. Other areas of the building include a spacious intern lounge, a public lecture room, the research department, private consultation rooms and staff offices.
The 5,000 square-foot brick and stone Theron and Selma Olsen Building houses a lobby/atrium gathering space, one large contemporary classroom, a new fitness facility, faculty offices, restroom and shower facilities. The fitness facility features circuit training equipment from Magnum Fitness, the same equipment used by the Spartanburg YMCA.
The area behind the building has been leveled and graded for general use as a sports and recreation field, providing students with additional opportunities to pursue organized and social athletic activities and special events such as soccer, football and basketball, in addition to a volleyball court.