New York College of Health Professions is deeply committed to recruiting the most highly qualified and motivated candidates for admission. We are particularly proud of our diverse student population, comprised of individuals from a variety of cultural backgrounds and experience who possess many unique strengths and qualities. Our students contribute to the friendly and supportive atmosphere of New York College of Health Professions.
The admissions process is designed not only to assess the academic strength of the candidate, but also his or her desire and ability to benefit from the program of choice. Many facets of a candidate are considered: communication skills, intelligence, maturity, willingness to embrace and promote the principles of holistic health, as well as the potential for personal growth.
APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR
- January, May and September 2016
Ask about our Manhattan sites - downtown in Soho/Chinatown on Houston Street @ Bowery at the University Settlement Houston Street Center, on the Upper West Side at the world famous Riverside Church (120th Street near Columbia University, Barnard College and the City University of New York), in Kips Bay on East 32nd Street and 2nd Avenue and in midtown at the New York Open Center on East 30th Street. All programs are offered in New York City in addition to our main campus in Syosset, Long Island. *
Click here to download an application.
*(SoHo, Riverside and the Open Center have no capacity for new students. Entering students will be accommodated at other Manhattan sites or at the Syosset campus. Please call a representative to find classes near you.)
Contacting our Admissions Office Use our online form...
Phone: 1-800-922-7337 ext. 351
Fax: (516) 364-0989
NY Open Center
22 East 30th St, 3rd Floor, NYC
Phone: 212 219-2527 x 165
The Riverside Church
91 Claremont Avenue, 605T, NYC
Phone: 646 625-7552
New York College of Health Professions
6801 Jericho Turnpike
Syosset, NY 11791-4413
Admissions Staff ...
Associate Director of Admissions
Jenna Nicole Gaylardo