New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls
Seneca Falls, NY
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Students enrollment in distance education
In New York Chiropractic College the biggest percent of students are enrolled in on-campus courses.
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Here are the students enrolled exclusively in distance education courses at New York Chiropractic College and grouped by their location. Distance education courses are the most popular for students located in U.S., but not in New York.
The percentage of crimes on Seneca Falls
The campus located by 2360 State Rte 89 address in Seneca Falls, New York.
Seneca Falls in comparison of all branches in the US. It is calculated as the average percent of crimes yearly by five years of data for every campus, based on an overall number of students studying there. The branch is a part of New York Chiropractic College with 0.1% of maximum crimes a year. The only type of crimes detected on Seneca Falls is burglary.
Number of degree programs offered
This is one of the lowest number of programs in comparison with other 481 universities in New York state. New York Chiropractic College is one of the few institutions in New York that offers a Master's degree program.
Number of degree programs offered via distance education
There are 6 distance education programs that are offered in the New York Chiropractic College: 6 are for Master's degree.
Note, that programs offered via distance education might be entirely online as well as partially online and require on-campus meetings. So explore each program to make sure you can commit.
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New York Chiropractic College provides coursework for graduate students and students with doctors professional practice.
In 2014-2015 academic year estimated full-time equivalent. The enrollment for graduates was 297 with 7119 credit hours. The doctors professional practice enrollment was 724 students.
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I was getting ready to come on here and crush NYCC. Then I read these ridiculous reviews from people who clearly failed professionally based on their own incompetence with NYCC not being at fault.Yes, it costs a lot of money - welcome to the world.No, chiropractic is not the profession for you if you want to maximize your income.No, you should not listen to the career prospects of Chiropractic from this or any college.Yes, it will take some time to make any money for most people. I'm truly not spectacular and had a practice in Western NY grossing around $250,000 within about 4 years of graduation. Yes, you must be extremely careful picking who you work for upon graduation.For me NYCC functioned as a means to an end. I got my degree and permission from the government to practice the profession I love. In that function NYCC was solid. I had no issue passing my boards. The campus was nice. The cost was in line with all the other chiropractic schools.My critiques are a bit wide ranging, but here is a non-exhaustive list -1 - you learn nothing about chiropractic from a philosophical POV and nothing practical from a business perspective. Philosophy is the only thing that differentiates us from PTs. If we lose that then we disappear. NYCC teaches you none of that and in fact they actively discourage it.2 - With few exceptions, the DCs teaching you will clearly be professional failures. I even had a couple of classmates offered adjunct professor positions prior to ever even practicing.3 - The student clinic is a joke. My experience there was that the worst of the worst "those that can't do teach" were in charge. For example - I had a disc injury patient and the mandated treatment plan was 2x/month while he was flared up (should be 3x/week). There was a professor there who was both scared to adjust and be adjusted (I'm not kidding). She was the one mandating my treatment of the above patient. In my year in the Buffalo clinic I think I shot the only x-ray taken in that time."Refer out" should be their mantra as they teach you to be scared of basically any patient who will enter your office. Everything is a red flag that is inappropriate for our profession.4 - Many of the most useful learning experiences are barred from campus. Any chance to learn Chiropractic Philosophy or practice management from a successful practicing chiropractor isn't welcome. Student groups trying to organize such events had one professor willing to help and she has since retired.5 - Focus is shifting farther and farther from chiropractic. There is an ever expanding list of degrees available and in the near future chiropractic won't even be in the name.If you want to be a chiropractor I suggest looking into Sherman Chiropractic College in Spartanburg SC or Life University in Marietta GA. Do not even consider D'Youville in Buffalo NY where all of the issues NYCC has will be amplified even more.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Avoid Chiropractic.What profession saddles you with crippling lifelong debt, provides a negligible return on investment, garners no respect from the medical community, and struggles to agree on its own identity? Chiropractic.I write this in hopes of deterring others from getting sucked into the ethical and financial black hole of chiropractic. Fun fact: your chiropractic degree means nothing to those outside the profession. For reference, it took two years and ultimately required an internal connection to acquire a job in a scientific realm. Ironically, I make more money in this entry-level research position than I did in my last year as an associate seeing ~15 patients/day.DEBT: Without assistance, you are guaranteed to graduate with AT LEAST $160k of debt. Many students will excitedly begin their careers with $200k+ of debt, aSource of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
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Please read: Truly a solid education, great professors & experience. HOWEVER speaking on behalf of myself (a graduate) and other peers in my class I would STRONGLY recommend not perusing chiropractic college. You will end up with crippling student loan debt that you will forever live with and never pay off. You will have tremendous difficulty finding a job, you will either not get paid enough to survive or end up suffering while practicing along with a DC that practices bizarrely or unethically (although this is not prompted by the college). Owning a business is extremely difficult with chiros on every corner and declining reimbursement rates nationwide. On top of the already difficult circumstances noted above you will need to navigate finding affordable health insurance for yourself and family which is nearly impossible considering the debt to low income ratio you will have. I thankfully after 5 years post grad and a lot of tears, fear, and praying I found an unrelated chiropractic career that I love. I feel blessed considering the potential circumstances. However I will be working until the day I die likely being unable to ever retire after having attended this school. I've sometimes hoped that I don't make it to my "25 year" IBR debt forgiveness, because then I will be hit with a IRS tax bill so large and it will reawaken this nightmare all over again and anything I've gained I will likely lose because of it (as if I'm not reminded monthly already). Whats even more concerning is what the beginning of my last sentence suggested. This is the reality. There are people who are fortunately enough to have thriving profitable businesses in chiropractic but they are far and few as I've spoken with most of my peers who are in the same boat as me rather than the latter half. I pray collegiate institutions are someday scrutinized and possibly even held accountable for offering any degrees that have a poor return on investment for the general population of graduates. This includes all colleges. With all that said and considered, if you are going to pursue post grad in chiropractic this truly is the only one you should attend and it is the best out there and has a great education. Just consider all the other factors and make the decision logically as I wish I had followed my gut.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Super campus that provides the tranquility and focus students need to be successful in this intense program. Teachers are approachable and provide tremendous support to contribute towards the success of the students. Cater well to students who are Canadian.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
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Address: 2360 State Route 89
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Calendar system: Trimester
General Phone Number: +3155683000
Institution is active in current year: 1
Institution's internet website address: nycc.edu
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