The administration takes a lot of pride in its "science-based curriculum", but I really think it is a hod over form the days when chiropractic was not a well-respected healthcare profession. The administration is not at all supportive and it is kind of a sink or swim culture. They are more authoritarian than supportive, treating students like they are the enemy rather that trying to find ways to hep them succeed. I would absolutely NOT recommend this program. Yes, the boards require science, but the profession requires you to act like a human being.
The university building used to be a high school. Now, it's trying to house undergrads, future massage therapists, future acupuncturists, and future chiropractors. To put it simply, the facilities are insufficient.