New York College of Health Professions accepts new students three times a year: spring (January), summer (May) and fall (September) terms. Additional starting cycles may be added depending on demand. It is recommended that applications be submitted three to four months prior to the students desired entrance date. Applicants are advised that early completion of all application materials and procedures increases their chance of securing a place in the College and their desired schedule.
How to Apply
- Complete and submit an Application for Admission, along with the non-refundable application fee:
$85 fee for the Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Programs, the Holistic Nursing CE program and the Science of Self Improvement Certificate program.
- Arrange for the submission of an official high school transcript, or proof of equivalency, and official transcripts from all previously attended higher educational institutions.
- Schedule an interview with an Admissions Counselor.
- For documents in a non-English language: International documents in a non-English language require an accompanying original, certified evaluation and translation of educational credentials by an appropriate agency such as the World Education Services, WES or Globe Language Services, Inc. It is the responsibility of the applicant to obtain this certified evaluation.
- All applicants whose first language is other than English, are required to submit the official score report of TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and an official score on the TSE (Test of of Spoken English). Please refer to the current College catalog for complete details.
A candidate will be notified of the receipt of his/her application and is advised on which, if any, of his/her required documents have not been received by the Admissions Office.
Selection of Candidates and Notification
Once the interviewing process is complete, the candidate is notified of the College's decision on his or her application. The Admissions Office takes into account all information provided to New York College of Health Professions, including, but not limited to, high school/college transcripts, and interview evaluations, to assess the candidate's academic and personal qualifications. All admissions to New York College of Health Professions are considered on a continuous basis. Candidates accepted into a program are notified promptly.