Dr. Carl S. Cleveland III, president of Cleveland University-Kansas City (CU-KC), and Dr. Michel Hillman, interim vice chancellor of academic affairs of Metropolitan Community College (MCC), signed an articulation agreement today on the CU-KC campus. The agreement is the first of its kind between the two institutions.
Cleveland University-Kansas City (CU-KC) will host special events on campus April 16 and 17, as part of the SevenDays movement. SevenDays will share their message to promote change and show kindness toward all people. The events at CU-KC are part of a weeklong focus during which the group will attempt to build bridges, form new connections and promote ripples of faith and goodwill.
To better serve students in the Kansas City area and to provide an opportunity for those seeking to pursue a career in chiropractic, Cleveland University-Kansas City (CU-KC) has entered into an articulation agreement with Donnelly College. The agreement will allow those completing a degree at Donnelly to concurrently pursue the Doctor of Chiropractic degree at CU-KC. Cleveland has established similar relationships with several other colleges and universities, and is pleased to count Donnelly as one of its educational partners.
Twenty-five students from Cleveland University-Kansas City (CU-KC) joined an estimated 750 chiropractors, students, vendors and other friends of the profession at the 2016 National Chiropractic Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. Feb. 24-27. Held at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill, the annual gathering is a chance to generate awareness and support for chiropractic legislative issues among members of Congress, and allows an opportunity for individuals to unite in a collective voice to advocate for the profession.
The Entertainment Capital of the World was also a place for education Feb. 26-29 as nearly 50 doctors took part in Cleveland University-Kansas City's 3rd Annual Las Vegas Alumni Event. Hosted by the Cleveland Alumni Association, the weekend getaway was a chance for attendees to earn up to 12 hours of continuing education units (CEUs), while enjoying all of the entertainment that Vegas had to offer.