Northwestern preparing to welcome chiropractic alumni to campus for Homecoming
Kate Martin | January 31, 2014
Chiropractic Homecoming is February 6-8, 2014.
Hundreds of chiropractic alumni will gather with staff, faculty students and vendors for the Chiropractic Homecoming and Winter Gathering on February 6-8. The three-day event is the perfect opportunity to network, catch up with friends and colleagues, and earn required CE hours.
A reminder to the campus community that there are no classes on Feb. 6-7, and all on-campus clinics are closed Feb 6-8. The Cafeteria will be closing on Tuesday, February 4 at 2 p.m. and will be used for the duration of Homecoming, re-opening on Monday, Feb. 10. To accommodate the many guests on campus, parking is extended onto the soccer fields on the west side of campus. Or SACA provides valet parking service as a fundraiser. Valet parking is located at Door 1.
The continuing education sessions feature a variety of timely and relevant topics, including the keynote presentation, “Information to Transformation: Making Your Mind Matter,” with author Joe Dispenza, DC.
Other event highlights include presenting students with scholarships, recognizing 50 year graduates, a reunion years reception for graduates in years ending in 4 or 9, the Women’s Networking Breakfast, President’s Lunch, and wildly entertaining dueling pianos on Friday evening. Find the complete schedule and register online.
“Homecoming is one of the yearly highlights at the University,” said Debbie Peterson, director of alumni services, “We all love having our alumni and friends on campus.”