Palmer College of Chiropractic Launches Mobile Website

Palmer College News

Access to the Internet has gone mobile and so has Palmer College of Chiropractic. Palmer College has launched its mobile website, which now provides immediate, on-the-go access to essential tools and information.

According to Earthbound Media Group, smartphone users “…will nearly double from 2011 to 2015,” and it is projected that more people will access the Internet via mobile devices than computers by 2014.

With that in mind, Palmer College is reinforcing its role as The Trusted Leader in Chiropractic Education® by launching the first mobile website among all chiropractic colleges in the United States. This new resource provides access to certain College and campus resources, but contains fewer graphics to allow for easy navigation and minimize phone memory usage. It is accessible via smartphones and other mobile devices at m.palmer.edu.

palmer chiropractic mobile websiteAmong the many features, the mobile site allows users to:

  • Request information
  • Pre-register for a campus visit
  • Find out how to apply
  • Learn about veterans benefits
  • Access social media sites
  • Watch Palmer videos
  • Contact our Clinics
  • Connect to various alumni resources
  • Get directions to campuses
  • And much more

    Additionally, Palmer’s mobile site contains an RSS (Rich Site Summary) feed, which delivers regularly changing web content, such as news and blogs. By using an RSS feed reader or application, people may have news updates sent to them without visiting the websites they frequent. To subscribe to Palmer’s RSS feed, go to the mobile site at http://m.palmer.edu and click on the orange RSS button located below the main menu.

    Palmer College of Chiropractic consists of three campuses–the main campus in Davenport, Iowa, and branch campuses in San Jose, California, and Port Orange, Florida. The College was founded in Davenport, Iowa, by the discoverer of chiropractic, D.D. Palmer, in 1897. Today Palmer College of Chiropractic has approximately 2,200 students attending its three campuses and more than 26,000 alumni practicing worldwide.

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