College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:32:04Z
There is no Greek life on this campus, so this question is completely irrelevant.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:31:26Z
The experience at this school has been great. You learn what hard work and discipline can accomplish in such a short time. I would definitely choose my school all over again. I believe this is one of the best decisions that I have ever made.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:29:50Z
It is very cold up here at night and snows a lot. But the school has underground tunnels that connect all of the academic buildings with each other, so once you get to an academic building there is no need to go outside if you don't want to.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:27:23Z
There are not very many things to do as a student on this campus. Most students are focused on school, but when there is time to relax and have fun the students form their own activities with different people.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:27:23Z
I believe the way the Doctor of Chiropractic program is set up through scientific based studies and learning allow its graduates to leave school with the best education possible. Research shows the different techniques that are the best for chiropractors, so that is what is taught at this school. Another great thing about this school is that you start in first trimester with hands on training which is exactly what we are going to school to learn.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:23:07Z
You get a parking permit as a student, so there is no cost to park on campus. There are only 3 parking lots, all within reasonable distant from the academic buildings. I personally need a car on campus due to the fact that I live 5 hours away and there are always parking spots open.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:21:17Z
The school has sponsored events that everyone is welcome to attend. This allows new students to interact with all of the upper trimester students. There is no underage nightlife because it is a graduate school, so everyone is over the age of 21. There is only 1 bar that the students go to, because the town is so small. There are some local taxis, but best case is to find someone to be a designated driver.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:19:12Z
There is not a lot to do in the town. It is pretty small and everyone knows everyone. It has its charm, but to actually go out and do fun and interesting things, you must travel.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:17:43Z
The financial aid department at the school was extremely helpful in working with students that needed help. They provide you with a financial aid package each trimester and are able to fluctuate the amount of money that you receive based on your personal needs as a student.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:15:53Z
As a Doctor of Chiropractic student the program and workload is extremely large when coming from undergraduate studies. The school provides many options on how to succeed throughout the entire program, including but not limited to tutors, open lab hours, learning your specific study style, and many more. They truly want you to do well and will do anything in their power to help everyone.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:13:05Z
I believe that this college campus accepts diversity very well. The entire student life is working toward the same goal, and because this is such a demanding career choice there is not a lot of time to spend worrying about how to make people feel bad that they are different. I truly believe that anyone could come to this school and be welcomed with open arms.
College Sophomore 2013-12-10T02:06:18Z
I do not believe that this college campus has a drug scene. Everyone who attends this school believes in alternative health and I strongly believe that the students on this campus do not partake in drugs. Although alcohol is largely used on this campus, everyone attending this school is over the age of 21 and drinks responsibly.
College Sophomore 2013-11-04T18:53:25Z
Health & Safety:
They are there is you need them
College Sophomore 2013-11-04T18:52:37Z
small town , primary focus is at the school
College Freshman 2013-07-31T20:37:17Z
The advisers are extremely helpful throughout the whole process. Guides you every step of the way and even helps waive certain application fees and pays for your stay to go up and visit the school. GPA is a important, but the interview is what sets you apart. You should know exactly why you want to be in the profession you are choosing and why you are attending the school.
College Freshman 2013-07-31T20:30:09Z
Not too hard to find a place and for the most part is affordable. Parking can be a hassle with street parking.
College Sophomore 2013-07-22T22:06:28Z
The financial aid staff were very helpful and willing to help throughout the whole process
College Freshman 2013-07-21T17:59:42Z
There is a nice athletic center for the small size of the school. It fulfills the basic needs of the students. There are tons of places to study on campus, and the student center is always a good place to go to meet friends. It's not like a typical college with sports teams and greek life, everyone is there to learn.
College Freshman 2013-07-21T17:57:23Z
The students at NYCC are there to learn and earn their degree. Drug usage is very rare. Everyone is always studying, very little time for recreational drug use.
College Freshman 2013-07-21T17:56:06Z
Easy to navigate around. Beautiful campus, with the lake right across the street. Amazing reputation, especially when it comes to passing the board exams. All around a wonderful school.
College Senior 2012-12-20T19:15:28Z
PC computers around the entire campus, and brand new printers.
College Senior 2012-10-28T17:12:22Z
We have what we call the "Lake Effect" and always get skipped over in the snow department. Other areas will get dumped on while we only get a dusting. We have all the seasons, and they are gorgeous, especially with all the trees in the area.
College Senior 2012-10-28T17:09:14Z
It's a very small area, I even ride my bike to school. Most people live in a very small radius.
College Senior 2012-10-28T17:07:07Z
Health & Safety:
NYCC's campus is pretty low-key with little criminal activity. The security officers are mostly old men who are super friendly but I don't think would be able to take down an offender. This being said, we are such a small community that I never feel unsafe on my campus.
College Senior 2012-08-07T15:05:30Z
Landlords Aren't Very Nice – The good news is that most apartments are fairly inexpensive, but the majority of landlords are not that friendly or they take security deposits quite readily. With the flow of students its easy to rotate in and out of places and we also can live on the lake for pretty cheap.
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