New York College of Health Professions has the lowest tuition, both undergraduate and graduate, of any non-profit, private institutionally accredited college of its kind in the tri-state area. Most students qualify for Financial Aid and the College offers scholarships.
The following is a basic overview of tuition, fees and additional expenses. More detailed information is available in the current New York College of Health Professions catalog or by calling the Admissions or Financial Aid Office.
Graduate School of Oriental Medicine
Tuition is based on a per credit charge of $390.00 for undergraduate courses and $471.00 per credit hour for graduate level courses, and is paid by trimester. Please refer to the suggested courses of study in the catalog for a breakout of course levels.
The non-refundable application fee for programs in the Graduate School of Oriental Medicine is $45.00. Additional fees for textbooks and supplies are estimated to total approximately $2000.00 over the course of the programs.
School of Massage Therapy
Tuition is based on a per credit charge of $390.00 for undergraduate level courses, and is paid by trimester.
The non-refundable application fee for the Massage Therapy Program is $45.00. Students in the Massage Therapy Program should expect to incur an additional $2,000.00 in expenses throughout the course of the program for textbooks and supplies including, but not limited to, a massage table and massage supplies.