Join A Giving Society

Want to belong to a group of like-minded chiropractic supporters? Look no farther.

Our various giving societies offer an opportunity to give to the college’s areas of greatest need alongside those who share your passion for Sherman and the future of chiropractic education.

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Regent Program

The Regents Program provides for the advancement of Sherman College. Its members support the college with annual gifts of $1,000 or more. Whether through speaking engagements, legislative roles, student referrals, or financial support, Regents are a vital group in their support of the college.

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Dr. Kevorkian

Sherman College prepares men and women in all the skills needed to be successful chiropractors. The college creates an environment that stimulates personal growth while grounding students in traditional chiropractic values and principles. Sherman College is a family, a powerful chiropractic family that is leading the chiropractic profession.

Drs. Peter Kevorkian & Patti Giuliani
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Foundational Giving Program

Principle Club Members and Sustaining Stars are individuals or companies that donate monthly to Sherman College. This is an easy, convenient and affordable way to support the college. Spreading your gift over the year is easier on your budget and helps the college by providing steady and reliable dollars to continue educating students.

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Heritage Society

Heritage Society members have distinguished themselves by making a strong commitment to the future of chiropractic and Sherman College through donations in excess of $100,000. They have played a pivotal role in helping the college develop into the fine educational institution it is today.

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Legacy Society

Using standard and innovative gifting plans to ensure future gifts, members of the Sherman College Legacy Society demonstrate their belief in the enduring value of Sherman College by including the college in their estate plans.

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Want to learn more?

For additional information, contact

Russell Goff, B.S., D.C.

Development Coordinator