Clubs and Student Government
Get involved on campus and create some balance.
Active Student, Happy Student
Although Sherman College is a graduate institution, we make efforts to provide opportunities to engage in the community and develop peer relationships on campus. Many of the extracurricular activities on campus are student-initiated with the assistance of Student Affairs. On a quarterly basis, students have an opportunity to participate in professional seminars, guest speakers, and social events including our campus-wide welcome back event and traditional finals breakfast provided by student government.
CSG: Chiropractic Student Government
The purpose of CSG is to build leadership skills and relationships among students as they work within the governance process to address the needs of the student body. CSG serves as the liaison between the student body and the administration by representing the student interest. Membership open to all academic quarters. CSG has the responsibility for oversight of all campus clubs.
• President-Carolyn Oliveira
• V President-Kayla Magni
• Secretary-Daniel Eldridge
• Treasurer-Matthew Atkinson
At Sherman College, you have the opportunity to get as involved as you want to be. We offer a wide variety of clubs and organizations that give you a chance to get involved, express yourself, meet new people, and develop the philosophy, science, and art of chiropractic. Whether you’d like to learn about a particular technique, get involved in intramural sports, or a professional association, there’s a group for you!
The Student Affairs Office on campus maintains a listing of all current clubs and organizations. Offerings may vary by quarter. There are bulletin boards in the cafe dedicate to club information.
Chiropractic Student Government
Network Spinal Analysis
New Beginnings Philosophy
Sacro Occipital Technique
Sherman College Sports Council
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Peer Tutor Program
Please inquire with the Registrar’s Office for details. Tutoring is an excellent way to improve your own knowledge while helping other students.
ROAR Leadership Program (Reach out and Recruit)
ROAR student leaders must be in the 8th quarter or above and in good academic standing. To apply for the ROAR Student Leadership Program, please contact Lina Guillen-Sucre at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are only a few available spots, so apply early!
As a ROAR Student Leader, you can:
• Get direct access to our ROAR DCs
• Make contact with potential Health Center patients
• Hone your leadership and public speaking skills
• Score some ROAR swag
• Become an automatic part of our ROAR team after graduation.