Director of Admission
On January 5, 2004, Sherman College welcomed 35 students to campus during winter New Student Orientation. Dr. Jerry Hardee, president of Sherman College, congratulated the new students on their success in acceptance into the doctor of chiropractic program, but he also spoke to them about the important and challenging road ahead.
The new students then met with representatives from the Office of the Registrar, who helped with scheduling classes; they met with the financial aid staff, who helped with their student loans; and they were introduced to their mentors as part of the brand new Mentoring Advising Plan (MAP) Program (watch for details in the February issue of Sherman Shares).
This diverse class of 34 new students and one transfer student represent 16 states throughout the country. And, in a Sherman College first, the female population represents the majority -- there are 18 female and 17 male students!
We look forward to helping these new students as they progress through the new curriculum at Sherman and as their knowledge of chiropractic grows. And, of course, in three and a half years, we look forward to graduating them as great, dedicated and successful chiropractors!