Campus News

Florida rejects chiropractic college

The Florida Board of Governors has shot down a proposal to create the first chiropractic college at a North American public university. The creation of the school at Florida State University was initially approved by the legislature, but sparked intense debate over the legitimacy of chiropractic medicine and critics’ warnings that such a school could damage the credibility of the university. Supporters of the school said it would make chiropractic school more affordable for minorities and would improve the quality of chiropractic care in Florida.