New York Chiropractic College

Campus Description

NYCC offers an unparalleled education in natural healthcare. Nestled in the beautiful, and comfortably affordable, Finger Lakes region of New York State, situated just outside the village of Seneca Falls, the College commands a view of Cayuga Lake - offering its students an environment that is both tranquil and intellectually stimulating. Its 286 rolling acres play host to magnificent teaching/learning facilities including amphitheater-style lecture halls with state-of-the-art multimedia amenities.NYCC offers an unparalleled education in natural healthcare. Nestled in the beautiful, and comfortably affordable, Finger Lakes region of New York State, situated just outside the village of Seneca Falls, the College commands a view of Cayuga Lake - offering its students an environment that is both tranquil and intellectually stimulating. Its 286 rolling acres play host to magnificent teaching/learning facilities including amphitheater-style lecture halls with state-of-the-art multimedia amenities. Anatomy, physiopathology, diagnosis and chiropractic technique laboratories feature the most advanced technology to make hands-on learning experience exciting and effective while high-tech library and computer labs enhance the efficiency of study time and connect to worldwide resources in the health sciences.

Offers only Graduate (advanced) degrees

2360 State Rt. 89, Seneca Falls, NY 13148

Phone: 
Toll-free 800.234.6922 or 315.568.3040
Fax: 
315.568.3087

New York Chiropractic College on the Web

New York Chiropractic College Admissions

Degrees Offered

Master's [acupuncture (MSA), acupuncture and oriental medicine (MSAOM), human anatomy and physiology instruction (MSHAPI) and applied clinical nutrition (MSACN)]; Doctor of Chiropractic (DC)

Enrollment for Spring 2014

Graduate (Matriculated): 831 (Full-time: 831; Part-time: 0)

Campus Demographics

N/A

Tuition Information for 2013-2014

Graduate Tuition & Fees:

$10,616 tuition; $340 fees per trimester

Admission/Application Deadlines

Application Deadlines (Same for Freshmen and Transfers): rolling

Financial Aid Deadlines

Financial Aid Deadlines (Same for Freshmen and Transfers):
rolling

Application Requirements

For DC program- 90 undergraduate credits that includes: one year of general biology with labs, general chemistry with labs, organic chemistry with labs, and physics with labs. For the MSA, MSAOM, and MSACN programs- 90 undergraduate credits that includes nine hours of Bioscience. For the MSHAPI program- professional healthcare degree or biologists with graduate degrees.