Adjusting the World for a Better Future
Hometown: Forest City, NC
Undergraduate schooling: B.S. in Biological Science from Clemson University
Why did you choose Sherman College?
Proximity to my hometown, small class size and student to teacher ratio.
Activities you are involved in at Sherman College:
Vice President of Chiropractic Student Government (CSG), tour guide, secretary of Palpation Club and Diversified Club.
Favorite thing to do or place to go on a Saturday night:
Exploring downtown Greenville and it’s many restaurants and unique nightlife. Atlanta is another favorite hangout- you can find me in Buckhead on a long weekend.
Favorite thing about Sherman College:
The family atmosphere- the small class size really facilitates this “family” of students and I feel this is one of the biggest strengths of Sherman College as a learning institution.
Most challenging thing about Sherman College:
Amount of work to be completed within such a short amount of time. Every quarter presents a unique challenge.
Advice for students choosing chiropractic as a career and/or coming to Sherman College:
Work hard and play hard, but ultimately find a balance to enjoy all that Sherman College and your life outside of school has to offer.