What is it about people that allow them to go out of their way to help others? Is it something that is inborn that causes them to be nice? Was it the way they were raised or more so genetics or better yet the environment in which they live?
When someone goes out of their way to be nice it tends to make others feel good that they have someone to rely on. That is honestly what I love about Sherman College! There are so many people who will do whatever it takes in order to help you succeed. Do not get me wrong, I understand that a lot of schools are like that and want to see their students succeed, but the question that arises to what degree? If you ask me, it seems that EVERYONE at Sherman goes above and beyond what a typical student would expect when entering a school especially a doctorate school.
What is it about Sherman that makes everyone want to go the extra mile? Is it because we all understand that we are enrolling in a school to eventually become a Doctor of Chiropractic? That everyone has the same goal, to graduate and be the best in order to help people. And if helping people is the overall end goal, why would someone NOT want to help or give a lending hand. A simple gesture can really be the difference to someone and just may be the factor that changes their life. That is just one advantage of attending Sherman College of Chiropractic!