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Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

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The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) offers a four-year, full-time professional program leading to the Doctor of Chiropractic degree program. CMCC is accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education of Canada (CCEC). Graduates of the College are able to apply for licensure in most jurisdictions throughout the world. CMCC is recognized by all provincial chiropractic licensing and registration boards across Canada and it is one of nine educational institutions approved as a School of Anatomy under the authority of the Anatomy Act of the Province of Ontario.

Off Campus Housing

CMCC's Student Services Division offers a database with local housing listings accessible only to our students. The listings range from one bedroom in house shared with family to apartments to houses.

Incoming Students

CMCC sits on five acres and houses an expanded clinic facility in addition to a state-of-the-art anatomy laboratory.

Career Planning

Chiropractic is one of the fastest growing professions in Canada. According to Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, the current employment prospect for chiropractors ranges from good to excellent across the country. The increase is in part due to our aging population and the increased need for health care practitioners. By 2007, it is predicted that the number of job openings will likely be greater than the number of recent graduates. Chiropractors working in Canada are earning salaries of $95,730.00 (Canadian funds) on average. Canadian graduates are also being actively recruited by other countries seeking chiropractors. The United States Department of Labour, Bureau of Labour Statistics anticipates that the demand for chiropractors will grow faster than the average growth rate for an occupation throughout the year 2012 mainly due to the increased consumer demand for alternative healthcare grows. For the labour market outlook on chiropractic, please visit: In Canada: In USA: For more information about the field of chiropractic, please visit: In Canada: In USA:


CMCC participates in Chiropractic Games, an annual event in which many sports are played against various other chiropractic colleges throughout North America. Gymnasium and weight training room available to students.


The Student Administrative Council (SAC) represents students' special interests on various College committees and governing bodies. Many student activities at the College are provided under the auspices of the SAC.

International Involvement

CMCC is accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education of Canada (CCEC), which is incorporated under the laws of Canada. CCEC is a member of the Council on Chiropractic Education International (CCEI), whose members are the CCEC, the Council on Chiropractic Education-US, the Australian Council on Chiropractic Education Ltd., and the European Council on Chiropractic Education. CCEI has established core Model Standards, which comprise the essential accreditation elements necessary for accrediting agencies around the world to assure that each of the programs they accredit provides quality education so that their graduates can serve as competent and qualified chiropractic practitioners. CMCC’s undergraduate program meets the education requirements established for the practice of chiropractic and is recognized by all provincial regulatory bodies in Canada.

Campus Tour

Campus tours are available throughout the year. Tour guides are fourth-year interns and arrangements for tours can be made through 1-800-463-2923 or by simply visiting our clinic on campus. Afterwards, prospective students are invited to visit our Admissions Office for further information regarding CMCC.


CMCC's Student Services Division offers counselling services and information concerning employment and practice opportunities. Other services include supply centre and bookstore, health services, cafeteria, and student parking. There are also two psychologists and a psychology intern on staff to assist students with academic and personal counselling.

Modified on July 18, 2014