Return to NYCC Campus

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Together we have seen a rapid evolution of the novel coronavirus/COVID-19 global pandemic. Now, in concert with local, state and federal public health officials, the NYCC community begins to return to campus for a smart, safe Fall trimester.

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News:

  • Fall classes for returning Doctor of Chiropractic students (T2-10) began August 11; Fall classes for incoming T1 Doctor of Chiropractic, M.S. in Applied Clinical Nutrition and M.S. in Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction students begins September 9.
  • Fall 2020 coursework with be delivered via an online / remote format whenever possible, with hands-on work (such as technique practice and labwork) conducted in-person on the NYCC campus.
  • Changes to campus facilities (such as establishing one-way stairwells, use of larger alternate learning spaces, removal of some chairs and seating) have been made to help support smart physical distancing.
  • Anyone coming to the NYCC campus must have a face covering and complete the daily screening process (online or in person) before entering the facilities.
  • Most NYCC facilities, including the Seneca Falls and Campus health centers, are open. The Standard Process Health and Fitness Center remains closed for community use. 
  • New York State has issued a travel advisory. Anyone traveling to NYS from one of the listed states/regions may have to get a COVID-19 test and/or self-quarantine for 14 days, post-travel. **The list of impacted states is updated regularly.** Visit the NYS Department of Health website to see the latest updates and guidelines.

Updates from NYCC

Coronavirus Resources

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the United States' managing agency for coronavirus information.

There are several places to get the most current and accurate information on COVID-19: