How to Apply
letter of application and completed application form must be
submitted. The letter of application should provide a brief, personal
profile of the applicant, including motivations for applying to NYCC.
- A non refundable $60.00 application fee must be remitted
- Prospective students must instruct the registrars of ALL colleges or universities they've attended to forward
OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS of academic records directly to the
NYCC Admissions Office
2 Three written references must be submitted as follows (applies to both the Doctor of Chiropractic and MSA/MSAOM programs):
- An academic instructor
- A healthcare provider*
- A character reference of choice
* For the Doctor of Chiropractic applicants, a reference from a chiropractor is preferred. If you are interested in having NYCC connect you with a Doctor of Chiropractic in your area, please contact the Admissions Office at (800) 234-6922 ext. 3040 or by e-mail at email@example.com
Applicants do not have to submit all admissions materials at the time of application. It is acceptable to submit your application prior to sending your official undergraduate transcripts, personal statement and recommendations. Official documents can be mailed to NYCC Admissions 2360 State Route 89 Seneca Falls, NY 13148, faxed to the Admissions Office to (315) 568-3087 or e-mailed to your Admissions Counselor.
3 Eligible applicants are invited to attend an admission
interview. This interview assesses the candidate’s motivational
characteristics and personality strengths. In certain instances the interview may be waived.
During the on-campus interview process, applicants
may also be asked to generate brief, written samples demonstrating
When to Apply
- NYCC offers rolling admissions. You may apply at any time for any trimester. Application submission 3 to 6 months prior to your anticipated start date is recommended, but not required.
- New students
entering the chiropractic program are admitted to start in
the September, January and May trimesters
- New students entering
the graduate programs in acupuncture and Oriental medicine
are admitted to start in the September trimester of each
- NYCC operates on a rolling-admission basis
- Application should
be made after the prospective student has completed at least
50 semester hours of college study
- For chiropractic students,
half of the prerequisite science courses should have been