Record Number of Students Arrive at NYCC for Fall Trimester

SENECA FALLS, NY - As New York Chiropractic College welcomes fall trimester students, it will have to make room for record numbers entering its doctoral and masters programs. NYCC President Dr. Frank J Nicchi expressed his pleasure at the sizeable incoming class: “I am thrilled that our efforts to provide excellent academic offerings are being well received by the public.” Of the one hundred-ninety-seven new students, one hundred–seventeen will enter NYCC’s Doctor of Chiropractic program and thirty begin study for masters’ degrees in its programs for Acupuncture or Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. In addition, ten new students enrolled in pre-requisite courses NYCC offers in affiliation with Finger Lakes Community College. New this fall, NYCC launched a masters degree program in applied clinical nutrition. Forty students enrolled in the inaugural class for the 2 year program and will attend classes one weekend each month for two years. Faculty provide lectures at the college’s Seneca Falls, Levittown and Depew locations. Such an overwhelming response to the program resulted in a waiting list of applicants. Consequently, the college is considering offering an additional section to the program. Assistant Director of Admissions, Steve Budgar, credits the favorable enrollment picture, in part, to “the College’s delivery of quality programs and its emphasis on excellent customer service.”

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