Cleveland University, which has a Kansas City campus in Overland Park, had its largest fall enrollment at the university’s College of Chiropractic in 38 years. Photo courtesy Cleveland University-Kansas City.
Cleveland University’s Overland Park campus is historically inducted into the chiropractic program
Cleveland University, which has a Kansas City campus in Overland Park, had its largest fall enrollment at the university’s College of Chiropractic in 38 years.
In its record enrollment announcement last week, the university noted that 103 students started their PhD in chiropractic in the fall. Incoming students come from all over the country, from California to West Virginia.
“Graduates are growing steadily as more graduates enroll in doctoral programs immediately after graduation in the spring,” said Melissa Denton, director of admissions at the university. “Students are beginning to see that the doctor of chiropractic is attractive to those who want to help others stay healthy. People want to be proactive in maintaining good health, and chiropractic care is an affordable health care option that is vital to that goal. “
Large items pickups from Merriam will begin on October 19th
The pick-up of the town of Merriam’s large items begins Monday, October 19th and continues through Friday, October 23rd.
Residents can put carpets, household appliances, electronics, furniture, or other large items on their curb for free before 7 a.m. on their designated garbage day. The city is disconnected every day, and details of which day an area will receive the free service can be found online here.