Texas Chiropractic College Foundation Inc

5912 Spencer Hwy 
Pasadena TX 77505 

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Texas Chiropractic College

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Texas Chiropractic College
Texas Chiropractic College logo.png
Former name
Texas College of Chiropractic
Type Private
Established 1908 (1908)
Founder John N. Stone
President Stephen A. Foster
~300 (2017)
Location , ,
United States

Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) is a private chiropractic college in Pasadena, Texas. Founded in 1908, it is the fourth oldest chiropractic college in the United States.[1] TCC was originally located in San Antonio, Texas before moving in 1965 to Pasadena due to increased demands for a larger campus.[2]

Notable alumni

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