NYCC offers an education like no other to train professionals who have no equal. A leading institution for natural healthcare education and training, the College offers graduate programs rooted in its commitment to academic excellence, leadership and professional best practices. NYCC degrees include the Doctor of Chiropractic, M.S. in Applied Clinical Nutrition (online), M.S. in Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction (online) and two residency programs, the M.S. in Clinical Anatomy and the M.S. in Diagnostic Imaging.
The NYCC Residence Life philosophy is based on the principles of providing students with a safe, healthy, and attractive living-learning environment that supports the academic mission of the College. Students may choose to live on-campus in one of the modern and convenient residence halls. The residence halls provide an opportunity for interaction among peers of various cultures and ethnic backgrounds.
Recognizing that living on-campus is not for everyone, the Office of Student Engagement can provide support with access to unsolicited, local community options.
Congratulations! You are preparing to enter the ever-evolving and multifaceted health care job market! Sweeping changes and exciting new possibilities mark the future for health care delivery. New opportunities demand greater attention in exploring career choices. Our career resources cover a broad spectrum of options available as practitioners, educators and/or researchers.
Your career planning process should be a pleasant and educational one. We meet student and alumni career needs through a variety of counseling services designed to empower applicants and implement effective strategies. Arrange a visit to clarify career goals and execute successful job search campaigns. Most services are available online through our campus intranet, making them easily accessible to off-campus students and alumni.
The New York Chiropractic College offers some of the finest recreational facilities available in colleges today. With participation and interest in leisure time activities and lifetime sports at an all-time high, NYCC's facilities are much in demand.
Additionally, our versatile venues afford the opportunity to host a wide range of additional non-athletic events.
Our 32,000 sq. ft. gymnasium features 4 basketball, 2 pickleball, 1 tennis court, as well as volleyball and a 150-meter, four-lane walking/jogging track that encircles the gymnasium.
The gymnasium is also equipped with bleacher seating capacity for 1,200 persons for special events.
The six lane, 25-meter pool ranging in depth of 3.5 feet to 13 feet is the home for a wide range of aquatic programming and includes a variety of activities ranging from open swim to structured classes.
Additionally, the Health & Fitness Center also includes a 3,699 sq. ft. state of the art Fitness Center that includes all new Precor cardio and weight machines and free weights in addition the is a Stretch Room and Aerobic Room. Two racquetball/handball courts are available on a reservation basis. The Health & Fitness Center also has full locker room facilities.
Our outdoor athletic facilities are ideal for softball, soccer, and lacrosse tournaments!
To encourage a balanced education and social student experience, a variety of activities are hosted throughout the calendar year. The intent of such programming is to serve the NYCC community by fostering student unity and collaboration among the College's various stakeholders. While programming may vary year-to-year, example of campus activity offering are as follows:
- Pursuit of Academic Excellence & Leadership Ceremony
- Guest Speakers
- Social Events — i.e., study break activities, "Breakfast at 8:00 (p.m.): Don't be late!", World Cuisine Day
- NYCC Blue Day
- Transition Ceremony
Special-interest clubs offer students the opportunity to organize activities related to both curricular and extracurricular interests. The development and formation of new clubs and organizations is encouraged.
During a student's first trimester at NYCC, the student has the opportunity to complete a student membership application for the American Chiropractic Association, the International Chiropractic Association, or the World Federation of Chiropractic. Students who are from Ontario, Canada and may be returning to province to practice have an opportunity to join the Ontario Chiropractic Association.
When social and emotional concerns get in the way of daily activities and academic performance, talking to a counselor in a supportive atmosphere can help you to better understand how to develop optimal mental health and improve your overall wellness.
- Individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Outreach programming
- Wellness programming
- Consultation with faculty & staff
- Help with community referrals
- Online resources
Visit NYCC during one of our upcoming Virtual or Campus Open House Events!
Register now at www.nycc.edu/admissions/open-house
Modified on December 17, 2020