A 501 C3 NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION
New York College of Health Professions offers equal educational opportunities to all persons without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, creed, ethnicity, disability, age, marital status, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, veteran status, reproductive health decisions, or any other legally protected status.
This policy applies to all matters including admission and education of students, availability of student loans, employment and promotion of teaching and non-teaching personnel, and all activities conducted on premises occupied by New York College of Health Professions.
New York College will provide reasonable accommodations to students who are otherwise qualified with documented disabilities enrolled in New York College programs. Reasonable accommodations will be determined on an individual basis.
New York College is authorized under Federal Law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. The College reserves the right to change policy, tuition and fee, including cancellation of any program or deletion of any course described in any New York College of Health Professions publication for any reason. All registered students will receive prior notice. The College cannot guarantee enrollment into specific sections of desired courses and may cancel courses for any reason. The College expects each student to know and understand the information presented in this catalog as well as the Student Handbook.
New York College of Health Professions is an affirmative action employer. All education and training programs and all employment practices conducted by, sponsored by, or with approval of the College shall be open to all qualified persons. The complete Affirmative action policy can be found in the Faculty Handbook and the Employee Handbook.
New York College of Health Professions is compliant with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and will not disclose any student information to anyone without written prior notice. The College’s full FERPA policy is found in the Student Handbook and Employee Handbook.
New York College of Health Professions complies with Title IV of the High Education Act and all student financial information is secured against unauthorized access.
No person is authorized to make any representations or promises on behalf of the College other than the representations or promises contained in the official catalog.