New York College of Health Professions

Syosset, NY, USA
4.20 Average Rating

The New York College of Health Professions is a school of holistic health and wellness instruction with a main campus on Long Island as well as three NYC locations. Academic programs at New York College consist of five schools specializing in Massage Therapy, Oriental Medicine, Holistic Nursing, Health Professions, and the Science of Self-Improvement & Wellness. Beyond classwork, New York College oversees an Integrative Health Center and Teaching Clinics where students participate in offering massage therapy, acupuncture, and herbal consultations to the public.


Key Admissions Stats

Institution Type
  • Not for Profit
  • Coed
Level of Institution 4 Year
Campus Setting Suburb
In State Students

Key Deadlines

Rolling Admissions

The college has rolling admissions, which means applications are accepted any time throughout the year.

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Key Academic Stats

Highest Degree Offered
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Non Traditional Learning
  • Summer Sessions
Student:Faculty Ratio
National: 21:1
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Tuition, Cost & Aid

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Campus Life

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Size of Town
Suburb: Large
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After Graduation

Post Grad Stats

Average Salary
6 years after graduation
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What Students Are Saying

4.20 Average Rating
Students who are looking to pursue a career in a holistic health field, such as massage therapy, have to visit New York College. Their private-school environment allows for professors to deliver high-quality education to students, while providing them with individualized attention.
Paul from New York, NY
This is my second year at the school for the Oriental Medicine program, and I am really enjoying my time and education here. I am in my 30's and already have a career in the health care field, so I wanted to make sure that the school I attend is geared towards professionals. I like that unlike in a lot of undergraduate colleges, the staff and the professors treat each student as an adult (maybe because I attend a graduate program). Each student is responsible for bettering themselves and seeking out the help if they need it. Help is readily available by the professors as well as the staff.
Philip from New York, NY

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