CMCC is proud of the quality of its students, the reputation of its faculty and staff, and the innovative design of its curriculum. These qualities are reflected in the very high percentage of students who graduate – an average of 92.1 per cent of students over the last five years – and the ratio of those who enter active practice. In the most recent survey completed on behalf of the Government of Ontario, over 92.2% were employed within six months of graduation. Over the past 15 years, CMCC students have had an average pass rate of 96% on Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board examinations, and are well prepared for practice.
Furthermore, the Government of Ontario reports that the CMCC default rate on integrated federal and provincial loans was 1.8% in 2015, below the provincial average of 8.1%. This is an indicator that graduates from the DC program are not only successfully engaged in practice, but also to the extent that allows them to meet their financial obligations.
There is an abundance of opportunity for chiropractors in health care today. Graduates are currently practising in 38 countries, most commonly in private practice, as sole proprietors or as associates; however, an increase in the number of multidisciplinary health care facilities in Canada has led to new opportunities for health care professionals to collaborate in providing patient care. For instance, some chiropractors work in hospitals and other health care institutions, while others pursue graduate studies in related fields.
If you see your future in chiropractic, then CMCC is the place to be.