Mission: New york college is committed to offering quality programs in health, science and the arts. The mission has three main components:- education: to provide students with the knowledge and skills to enable them to become expert practitioners in their fields, to provide the knowledge and skills to enhance the health, wellness and quality of life in the larger community, and to develop educational materials to acheive that same purpose. - service: to provide clinical and pharmacological services to the community as a complement to the programs of professional education. To provide services and products to the community that complement the programs offered by the college. - research: to develop and implement with outside parties new product. Development in healthcare, wellness, and quality of life products.
Programs: Instructional costs are the direct costs associated with the students completing their course of study in the massage therapy program leading to an associates degree and licensing from nys and the graduate school of oriental medicine leading to a masters degree and nys licensing in acupuncture. In 2014 the total student body was approximately 735 students.
academic support expenses are the costs associated with the clinical practice that is required to prepare students to sit for the nys licensing exam. This area is set-up as a model clinic where students treat patients from the community under the supervision of their instructor. There were approximately 15,000 treatments performed in 2014.
auxiliary services are the costs related to students completing their study at the college. The services provided are cafeteria and food service and a book store providing students with books, uniforms, massage tables and other study materials associated with their program of study. There is an herbal dispensery where students complete their internships in herbal remedy. There is an outpatient clinic where students observe licensed professionals treat patients in the various modalities.