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New York Chiropractic College
FAST FACTS

New York Chiropractic College is committed to academic excellence, quality paitent care, and professional leadership.

New York Chiropractic College Campus

NYCC's campus is in Seneca Falls situated in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, overlooking sparkling Cayuga Lake.

The cost of living is low, and the quality of life is high!

Degree Programs

New York Chiropractic College is a leader in natural healthcare education providing accredited training in the following degree programs:

Accreditation

Professional Leadership

Awards & Recognition

NYCC is recognized as the leading educational institution for complementary, integrative and natural healthcare professionals.

Student Enrollment*

32%
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12%
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New York
Pennsylvania
New Jersey
Maryland
Ohio
Virginia
Connecticut
California
Puerto Rico
Massachusetts
International
Other**

Enrollment by Program *

* As of Fall 2014
**Includes 38 states

Research and Scholarly Activity

NYCC conducts scholarship relating to conservative care for chronic lower back pain and other health problems.

Biomechanical Research

NYCC hosts the nation's first biomechanical research laboratory in a chiropractic setting.

Evidence-based Concepts

Students learn the latest evidence-based chiropractic concepts during basic and clinical science instruction and through clinical internships.

Integrating research into the curriculum enables students to become tomorrow's leading health professionals and ensures advancement of the health sciences.

Participation in Research

Students can learn from, and participate with, faculty members conducting independent research in the basic and clinical sciences.

Health Centers

NYCC has four integrative health centers, located in Seneca Falls, Rochester, Depew and Levittown, N.Y. Each serves as a focal point for outreach facilities and is displayed at: www.nycchealthcenters.com.

Clinical Opportunities

A valuable component of NYCC's educational programming lies in the clinical opportunities it offers students preparing for practice in integrative environments.

Remote Internships:

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center — Bethesda, Md.
Chronic Pain Options — Riverhead, N.Y.
Christos Vasakiris, D.C. — Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Miami VA — Miami, Fla.
Elaina Pirro-Lombardi, DC — Liverpool, N.Y.

Multidisciplinary Settings:

Seneca Falls Health Center — Seneca Falls, N.Y.
Depew Health Center — Depew, N.Y.
Levittown Health Center — Levittown, N.Y.
Campus Health Center — Seneca Falls, N.Y.
Rochester Outpatient Health Center — Henrietta, N.Y.

Community Service Healthcare:

Campus Health Center, Seneca Falls, N.Y.
(Free chiropractic care for Medicaid patients)
Lighthouse Free Clinic — Buffalo, N.Y.
Salvation Army Satellite Clinics — Freeport, Tonawanda, N.Y.
Mercy Outreach Center — Rochester, N.Y.
St. Joseph's Neighborhood Center — Rochester, N.Y.
SUNY Health & Wellness Center — Farmingdale, N.Y.
SUNY Buffalo Student Health Center — Buffalo, N.Y.
SUNY Stony Brook Student Health Center — Stony Brook, N.Y.
St. John Fisher Student Health Center — Rochester, N.Y.
Geneva Community Health, Geneva, N.Y.

Hospitals:

Monroe Community Hospital — Rochester, N.Y.
VA Medical Center and Hospital — Canandaigua, Bath, Rochester and Buffalo, N.Y.; and Miami, Fla.