Plan to join us for Homecoming 2019, Oct. 11-13 where you can earn up to 20 hours of CEUs while enjoying food, fun, and friendship with your peers. Below is a link to the CEU presentations that will be available this year, along with some non-CEU courses offered to provide knowledge in other areas. We will update this page as more details become available. For now, we look forward to seeing you in October at the Overland Park (KS) Marriott.
Up to 20 hours of CEU will be offered, plus fun events to celebrate our alumni, friends and reunion doctors!
Registration Options for CEUs: All D.C. registrations include the Friday evening happy hour, lunch on Saturday, and the Saturday night awards reception.
Doctors who graduated in 1959, 1969, 1979, 1989, 1999 or 2009 are celebrating a reunion at this Homecoming and are invited to attend for free. Please select the last option on the online registration form to take advantage of this offer! Reunion doctor registration includes the Friday evening happy hour, lunch on Saturday, and the Saturday night awards reception.
|DC Registration Options*
|Early Bird||9/20-10/8||At the door|
|Up to 20 hours CEU||$319||$349||$379|
|Up to 12 hours CEU||$269||$299||$329|
CEU Hours and Chiropractic State Board Approval Updates:
Approval has been received from Alabama and West Virginia, and is pending from several other state boards. As those approvals are received, this page will be updated.
The following chiropractic state boards do not provide seminar approvals and/or approval codes. They accept CEU hours from seminars sponsored by CCE accredited chiropractic colleges/universities (like us) meeting the appropriate standards: Colorado, Connecticut, DC, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington and Wyoming.
It is a tradition to honor graduates celebrating class reunions because they have paved the way for us. This year graduates from the 1959, 1969, 1979, 1989, 1999, 2009 classes will be introduced and there will most certainly be some stories told. Graduates who have received the distinction of “Alum of the Year” in the past will be introduced and will, in turn, announce and pay tribute to the 2019 Alum of the Year.