Issue 2       November  2003  

Alumni: let us know where you are and what you're up to! You can update your info, send news and announcements right on our website in the alumni section.

Health Center
  Our student interns stay busy with community spinal screenings and health enhancement nights at the health center.  
Halloween Fun
  Sherman students, as well as faculty and staff, get in the spirit with an annual Halloween costume contest. View pictures of  Halloween 2003.  
Classified Ads

You may now list or view classified adds online using Sherman College's Chiropractic Service Portal. Ads regarding practices or equipment for sale, associates needed or miscellaneous items can be listed or viewed. Search by state, zip code or price.

Useful Links
  Sherman College Website

Spartanburg Websites
- Convention and Visitors

- CollegeTown
- City of Spartanburg
Privacy Statement

  Please review our privacy statement and newsletter subscription procedures.  
About this newsletter

  Production of the Sherman College Office of Communications. Editor: Karen Rhodes, Director of Public Relations.  
Forward to a friend
You are welcome to forward this e-newsletter to a friend. To do so, please click on the "forward to a friend" button* located at the bottom of this newsletter. *Appears in email version only

Sherman Shares is a monthly publication
of Sherman College of  Straight Chiropractic

  Log on to Watch Pat Summerall’s Spotlight on Sherman
  Recognizing Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic’s contributions to the chiropractic profession and the world, Pat Summerall Productions recently selected the college as part of its “Spotlight on Education,” a 30-minute special edition of its paid program Champions of Industry. READ MORE  
  Upcoming Continuing Education Events
  Upcoming Continuing Education Events include ChiroCruise 2004, Lyceum 2004, and Atlas Orthogonal Certification Modules. READ MORE  
  ChiroCruise 2004
  Sherman College and the Federation of Straight Chiropractors and Organizations (FSCO) are teaming up and setting sail for ChiroCruise 2004. Whether you need a break from the cold winter weather or deserve some time away from the office, come join us as we sail the Southern Caribbean, January 24-February 1, 2004.  READ MORE  
  What Have We Done for Students Lately?
  Recognizing that chiropractic is a philosophy, art, science, and a business, Sherman College has recently provided the following opportunities for senior students to enhance their business and practice management knowledge and skills. READ MORE  
  Vertebral Subluxation Research Conference a Success
  The Vertebral Subluxation Research Conference, held October 11-12, was a great success again this year with an excellent slate of speakers and a good turnout of practitioners in the audience. READ MORE  
  “Barefoot Irreverence” for Chiropractic Philosophy
  While none of the speakers at Sherman College’s third annual Conference for Philosophy in Chiropractic arrived without footwear, they did offer an abundance of food for thought and quite often stimulated questions and discussion. The theme of this year’s program was “Barefoot Irreverence: Questioning the Essential Nature of Chiropractic.” READ MORE  
  Sherman Students Entertained at CollegeFest
  More than 100 Sherman students, plus many students from other local colleges and members of the Spartanburg community, gathered at Barnet Park on October 25 for CollegeFest, an outdoor music concert for area college students. READ MORE  
  Making a Gift is Easier with Secure On-line Giving
  Making a gift to Sherman College is now easier than ever when you make a donation through our secure on-line server. READ MORE  
  Help Us Meet the Challenge
  Sherman College has received a challenge grant from Dr. William Harris of the Foundation for the Advancement of Chiropractic Education (FACE). To meet his challenge, we must raise $75,000 by December 15. READ MORE  
  DID YOU KNOW?                                                                          
1 Approximately $5,930,873.00 of Sherman College’s budget is contributed to the local community.
2 Students receive more than 9.5 million dollars in loans and grants annually, a large portion of which goes into the local economy.
3 Thirty-one percent of students are married and bring their families with them to Spartanburg, which contributes to the local economy.
4 More than 1,200 new patients started care at the Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center in the year 2002.
5 More than 30,700 patient visits were conducted in the Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center in the year 2002.