The College supports student clubs and encourages all students to participate.
Clubs are run by students and have a faculty advisor. All students may attend non-technique clubs. Students may attend technique clubs for College core techniques, if they have completed or are enrolled in the corresponding technique course.
While cementing all concepts covered in the NZCC Gonstead Course, this club also works towards creating a community of students that can locate, analyse, and correct subluxation and communicate ChiropracTIC through the Gonstead Technique with confidence.
Members meet and work together to gain a greater understanding of concepts and become better diversified adjusters.
Palpation and Analysis
The club aims to support the development of palpation skills and vertebral subluxation analysis procedures of members. Students will have time to practice areas of Chiropractic analysis that they are struggling with or further enhance their skills to improve their overall certainty in subluxation detection.
Upper Cervical Specific
Club meets fortnightly to support the further development of skills learned in the 1TECHUCS1 course. Students are urged to attend club sessions periodically because Upper Cervical spinal analysis and toggle recoil adjusting technique is detailed and subtle and requires regular practice to advance competence and confidence.
The Philosophy NZCC Club aims to create a collaborative network of student leaders and facilitate discussion and an open environment for chiropractic communication.
A club that aims to keep its members exposed to and up-to-date with current and relevant chiropractic research, as well as enhance their ability and skill of understanding, presenting, discussing, and critiquing chiropractic research.
The World Congress of Chiropractic Students aims to advance and unite the global chiropractic profession through inspiration, integrity and leadership. The NZCC Chapter is a strong force both within New Zealand and internationally.
Members have access to the gym located in the Kura Building and the wide range of cardio and strength equipment available. Membership is free, however you must join by completing a membership form available at reception. All members must abide by the guidelines of use.
Held in conjunction with the Business Course, Business Club enhances students learning about business and is for students who are interested in opening their own practice and is offered in second semester for 4th year students.
Meets weekly to enhance wellbeing, manage stress and functional movement.
Māori and Pacific Island Club
A club to support our Maori and Pacific Island students as future chiropractors. The club provides and encourages manaakitanga (support and encouragement) and kotahitanga (connection), academic support, and runs social events.
Supporting our Muslum students, the club meets for weekly prayer and works with the College to build a diverse and inclusive environment.