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When you become a part of the Cleveland University-Kansas City community, you’ll quickly find that the experience is a good blend of education and family. We’re a tight-knit group of people who are all striving for the same goal – the betterment of health and lives. That warmth and commitment is exuded throughout campus. People know you. Including our president who can put a name to a face of nearly all of Cleveland's 500 students.

Students on our campus come from across the street and the other side of the world. While the mean age of our students is 24, they represent many age groups and backgrounds, and all share a desire to help people maintain good health and active lives.

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Cleveland University-Kansas City receives technology award
Communications Staff

Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC) was among the institutions recognized at the Campus Management Excellence Awards April 24-28 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Fla. Held during CampusInsight 2017, the event was hosted by Campus Management, whose CampusNexus technology was used with great success by CUKC. In honor of their achievements, the CUKC team was presented the "Excellence in Student Success" award.

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Standard Process honors Cleveland student
Communications Staff

Kyle Hedlund, a student in the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC), was recently named the recipient of a $2,500 scholarship given by Standard Process Inc. Following a review of the materials from several applicants, the company selected Hedlund as their winner and notified the Office of Financial Aid at the University. Dr. Carl S. Cleveland III, president of CUKC, presented the award to Hedlund in March.

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Cleveland alum honored at Washington, D.C. research convention
Communications Staff

Dr. Stephan Cooper, a 2004 graduate of Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC), was honored for his research efforts during the Association of Chiropractic Colleges/Research Agenda Conference (ACC/RAC) held in Washington, D.C. March 15-18. The work titled, "The impact of spinal manipulation on lower extremity motor control in lumbar spinal stenosis patients: a single-blind, Phase-I randomized clinical trial," was awarded a second place prize by National Chiropractic Mutual Insurance Company. The collaborative effort on the study by Cooper, the designer of the study, Dr. Steven Passmore, and others, focused on determining an "objective measure of performance in spinal stenosis patients."

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