The New York Chiropractic College offers some of the finest recreational facilities available in colleges today. With participation and interest in leisure time activities and lifetime sports at an all time high, NYCC’s facilities are much in demand.
Additionally, our versatile venues afford the opportunity to host a wide range of additional non-athletic events.
Our 32,000 sq. ft. gymnasium features a multi-functional Pulastic 7 + 2 resilient athletic surface equipped with four interchangeable basketball/tennis courts; nine volleyball courts and a 150 meter, four-lane walking/jogging track that encircles the gymnasium.
The gymnasium is also equipped with bleacher seating capacity for 1,200 and also has an available sound system, a 24’ x 40’ stage as well as a 3 phase 300 amp electrical hookups.
The six lane, 25-meter pool ranging in depth of 3.5 feet to 13 feet is the home for a wide range of aquatic programming and includes a variety of activities ranging from open swim to structured classes.
The Aquatic area is also available for team practices and off season training.
Additionally, the Health & Fitness Center also includes a 3,699 sq. ft. state of the art Fitness Center that includes a stretching area equipped with a heavy bag, speed bag, balance beam and two Versaball trainers and a 1,500 sq. ft. Aerobic Room. Two racquetball/handball courts are available on a reservation basis. The Health & Fitness Center also has full locker room facilities.
The NYCC sprawling 286 acre campus also provides a variety of outdoor facilities inclusive of softball fields, basketball courts, volleyball courts, three multi-purpose athletic fields utilized for soccer, lacrosse and flag football.
The campus also includes a nine-hole golf course, a practice driving range and an USA Track and Field certified 5K race course.
Our outdoor athletic facilities are ideal for softball, soccer and lacrosse tournaments!
(beginning September 1)
(beginning May 1)
|Monday - Thursday 6 am - 9 pm||Monday - Thursday 6 am - 9 pm|
|Friday 6 am - 7 pm||Friday 6 am - 6 pm|
|Saturday 9 am - 3 pm||Saturday 9 am - 12 pm|
|Sunday 12 pm - 3 pm||Sunday 12 pm - 3 pm|
*Please contact Department of Health and Fitness Education for specific pool times
**This schedule is subject to change due to programming of student activities, special events, national chiropractic certification testing, and student trimester break schedules. Every effort will be made to post changes in advance
Who can use the facility?
NYCC student spouses and faculty and staff spouses are required to purchase an annual membership to the Health & Fitness Center in order to use the facility. Children under 12 are free. Membership fees do apply to children over 12 years. Photo identification cards are issued to all NYCC student spouses and faculty and staff spouses and dependents over the age of 5 years as well as community membership holders.
Membership to the Health & Fitness Center entitles the member to the use of the athletic facilities, the gymnasium, pool, fitness center, locker rooms, racquetball courts, tennis courts and equipment.
All membership categories may require registration fees for individual programs.
|Faculty, staff and student spouses and dependents annual membership rates|
|Teens (13 - 18 years of age)||$35.00|
|Children (12 years and under)||NO CHARGE|
|Community memberships are available at the following annual rates|
|Adult (21 - 61 years of age)||$385.00|
|Young Adult (18 - 20 years of age)||$250.00|
|Single Parent with dependents||$300.00|
|NYCC Alumni (Single)||$200.00|
|NYCC Alumni (Family)||$250.00|
|Senior Citizen Married Couple||$215.00|
Outside groups are not allowed to use the Health & Fitness Center without prior approval through the Department of Health and Fitness Education. Rental fees may apply.
The Department of Health and Fitness Education offers a wide variety of aquatic, instructional and fitness classes including Aquacise, Water Walking, Yoga, Aerobics and Dance classes.
Our Fitness/Wellness program provides one free visit with a personal trainer ($25/session after). Contact the Health and Fitness Education Office for more information.
The Department of Health and Fitness Education hires several work study students and a limited number of non-work study students to work in the Health & Fitness Center. The student employee plays a very important role in the success of the Department of Health and Fitness Education programs. We recognize that first and foremost you are a student and will not jeopardize your status with unreasonable job demands. However, we also recognize that by accepting employment you are accepting a commitment that you must be held responsible for.
Facility monitor, Intramural League supervisor, Reception monitor, Intramural officials, Fitness Room monitor, Intramural scorekeepers, Equipment Room monitor, Lifeguards, Gymnasium monitor, Swim Instructors, Fitness Class Instructors
We also hire Aerobic, Yoga, Tai Ji, Martial Arts and Dance instructors to name a few. We also have openings for personal fitness trainers and an athletic trainer.
If you are interested in applying for employment at the Health & Fitness Center, stop by the Health and Fitness Education Office, Room 102 and pick up an application.
The New York Chiropractic College Department of Health and Fitness Education seeks to promote, conduct and administer organized intramural sports for the students, faculty and staff of the College by providing an opportunity for interesting and rewarding sports competitions and recreation. Organized intramural sports also provide a varied and diverse program of activities enabling everyone to have an opportunity to participate regardless of their athletic abilities.
Levels of competition: In some leagues competition is divided into ability levels such as beginner, intermediate and advanced. Individuals must be responsible to choose their own level based on their self-evaluation of ability and the type of competition they desire.
Intramural Sports Offered
Log in to NYCC Online to see additional information, schedules, standings, and sign up forms.
Phone: (315) 568-3254 or (315) 568-3255
Fax: (315) 568-3265
Rhett Ticconi, Director of Health and Fitness Education