Cleveland University-Kansas City
Jacob from Kansas City, MO
a current student here
1 person found this review useful
In three sentences
Many professors teach in an organized way.
Scheduling allows me to still spend time with my family.
I'd like to be more involved in research as soon as possible.
Tips for prospective students
This school is less expensive than most chiropractic colleges in the U.S.
You can and will succeed here, and have the facilities and staff needed to get a great education.
Work hard and you can go far.
My intro to chemistry class wasn't terribly difficult. I learned a lot about time management and it allowed me to do very well. Time management, self-discipline, and learning how to study for your learning type is very important.
I do not life in the dorms. I am able to spend time with my family, though. Prices of apartments around the campus can be good, with special deals for students.
Food and Dining
The dining hall facility is great. I do not buy food there usually because I bring my own from home. However, the area is very very conducive to eating there even if you do bring your own food. The staff are friendly.
What to do for fun
Kansas City has nearly everything you can imagine. There is night life, a great art museum, and the zoo is a favorite of my family. The campus has some intramural sports and a gym.
Bang for the buck
The price of tuition is cheaper than other chiropractic schools, but I believe my education will be great even if I don't pay as much as the big name schools. The student body is pretty active, and I am excited to learn under some of the professors.
I feel very safe on campus. It is in a pretty nice part of town, right across from some business complexes. There are experienced security professionals on campus most of the time too.
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