Founded in 1922, Cleveland University-Kansas City is the place to learn the science, philosophy and art of chiropractic. More than one in every 10 chiropractors practicing in North America is a Cleveland graduate. Cleveland is the only chiropractic college continuing under the leadership of a founding family member. In line with the vision of the founders, today the institution strives to provide leadership in Health Promotion Education. The University’s College of Chiropractic awards the Doctor of Chiropractic degree. The College of Health Sciences awards the Master of Science in Health Promotion, the Bachelor of Science in Human Biology with emphasis in anatomy, physiology, public health, and nutrition, the Associate of Arts in Biological Sciences, the Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy Assistant, and the Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology. The Bachelor of Science in Human Biology degree prepares the graduate with the prerequisite sciences for application to medical, osteopathic, dental and doctor of chiropractic programs.
Dr. Carl S. Cleveland, III
Assistant to the President
Doctor of Chiropractic, M.S. in Health Education & Promotion, B.S. in Human Biology, A.A. in Biological Sciences, A.A.S. in Radiologic Technology and A.A.S. in Occupational Therapy Assistant
Full-Time Total: 456
Part-Time Total: 8
Main Campus Total: 464
Faculty to Student Ratio
"Sticker" Cost: $14,840
Average Financial Aid Package: $4,310
% Receiving Financial Aid: 100%
The CUKC mission is to provide strong student-centered academic and professional education with a focus in the areas of life sciences and health promotion through education, scholarship and service.