Historically Black Dillard University and Texas Chiropractic College Form an Educational Alliance

Dillard University, the historically black educational institution in New Orleans, has entered into a partnership agreement with Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, Texas, near Houston.

Under the agreement, students will study for three years at Dillard University. Those that have performed up to academic standards will then transfer to Texas Chiropractic College for three additional years of study. Students who complete the program will receive a bachelor’s degree from Dillard and a chiropractic doctorate from Texas Chiropractic College.

Currently, about 16 percent of the students at Texas Chiropractic College are African Americans.

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