Campbellsville University opened the first School of Chiropractic in Kentucky at its Harrodsburg campus in October and students began classes in January, on track to graduate in 2025. The college is currently enrolling students for classes that begin in May and August.
The new facility features a radiology suite, physical therapy zone, spacious classrooms and an open atrium that serves as a student living room, study and event space.
Dennis Short, of Danville, associate vice president of chiropractic education and dean of chiropractic operations at Campbellsville University, also owns Bluegrass Chiro and is a consumer-member of Inter-County Energy. “We are revolutionizing the chiropractic education process,” Short says. “With reduced tuition, clinically based basic sciences, clinical exposure from the first semester, community-based clerkships, and a chiropractic-focused business curriculum, our students will be exceptionally prepared to succeed straight out of school.”