Northeast College of Health Sciences in Seneca Falls, formerly known as New York Chiropractic College, is making efforts to reduce the financial burden on its students. Starting this fall, the college will significantly lower the cost of on-campus housing.
The price of single-style on-campus housing will be reduced to $1,590 per 15-week trimester. When combined with the college’s meal plan, students will pay only $623 per month for both accommodation and on-campus dining.
Northeast College President Dr. Michael Mestan emphasized the institution’s commitment to student success and support, saying, “Becoming a doctor of chiropractic requires dedication and focus. Our new pricing for on-campus living will allow students to concentrate on their studies and engage fully in the many academic and educational opportunities offered on our healthcare-dedicated campus.”
Living on-campus in Northeast residence halls provides students with several benefits, including furnished suites that are move-in ready, high-speed internet access, on-site laundry facilities, parking, and 24/7 security. Campus life eliminates the high costs of commuting and allows students to be within walking distance of all learning spaces, such as state-of-the-art labs, libraries, and the 32,000-square-foot Standard Process Health and Fitness Center.
Alumnus Dr. Joshua Kollmann (D.C. ’06), team chiropractor for the Carolina Panthers NFL team, believes in the importance of immersion in college life. He advises current Northeast students to “really apply yourself in all aspects and take advantage of every opportunity that the College offers.” Kollmann attributes his professional network’s development to his active involvement on campus and within the College community.
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