What clubs are available for students?

Clubs are a fun and a good way to meet students in other quarters and for extra practice outside of the classroom. Currently, Sherman hosts a wide range of technique clubs from Activator, TRT, Gonstead to NSA to little spines, Animal Chiropractic club, Palpation, Upper Cervical. There are local chapters of international organizations like World Chiropractic Congress, ICFO, New Beginnings philosophy club, and SABCA. There are also specialized interest clubs like Chiropractic Student Congress, ROAR Student Leader, Peer Tutor Program, the Student Ambassador Program, AMPED, Maximized Living, and Christian Chiro Club. For more information, check out Sherman’s website: Clubs and Student Government

We also have several chiropractic organizations that have meetings right on campus. From the International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations to the Student American Black Chiropractic Association and the World Congress of Chiropractic Students, League of Chiropractic Women, you can join many chiropractic organizations while you study here at Sherman College. Clubs are determined by student interest and may vary.