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New York College of Health Professions Admissions

If you want to apply to New York College of Health Professions, the application fee is $45.

Application fees can add up, but some schools do have free applications and students with financial need may qualify for for fee waiver for their application.

New York College of Health Professions Admissions Stats at a Glance

New York College of Health Professions 2021 Admissions Statistics
Mean Unweighted GPA 2.7
Admissions Test Policy Not optional and are not even considered
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Considering Applying Early to New York College of Health Professions?

New York College of Health Professions does not offer early decision or early action.

Some students apply to college early because they believe it will help their chances. Early deadlines may increase the chance of being admitted, since applying early shows your are very interested in a school, and your application is being considered before all the regular decision applicants apply.

See a list of some selective colleges that admit significantly more applicants during early decision or early action than during regular admission.

How Hard Is It To Get Admitted to New York College of Health Professions?

Getting into New York College of Health Professions is moderately difficult. New York College of Health Professions evaluates applicants carefully based on multiple criteria to decide who to admit, and who to deny.

In 2021, New York College of Health Professions **accepted .

Schools that are moderately difficult to get into, like New York College of Health Professions, accept fewer than 85% of all applicants. At least 75% of all admitted students have GPAs in the top 50% of their high school class and scored over 1010 on the SAT or over 18 on the ACT.

What Does New York College of Health Professions Look For in an Applicant?

Colleges consider a range of factors when choosing who to admit for their next incoming class. Each college determines which factors are given the most weight when choose which applicants to admit, and which to deny. When creating your list of schools to apply to, you may want to consider your strengths and any possible weaknesses in your application, and choose schools that prioritize the areas where you're strong.

Admissions Factors at New York College of Health Professions

Admissions Factor Level
Academic GPA Very Important
Character/Personal Qualities Very Important
Class Rank Not Considered
Work Experience Not Considered
Level of Applicant's Interest Very Important
Application Essay Important
Interview Very Important
Recommendation(s) Not Considered
Rigor of Secondary School Record Important
Standardized Test Scores Not Considered

New York College of Health Professions Application Requirements

To apply, all applicants to New York College of Health Professions must submit the following items. Double check with New York College of Health Professions's admissions department to confirm all application materials and requirements.

Area Required Recommended Required for Some Details (If Any)
Written Essay or Personal Statement
Minimum High School GPA (On 4.0 Scale) 2.0
Interview
Transcript of High School Record

What GPA Do I Need To Get Into New York College of Health Professions?

Students admitted to New York College of Health Professions have an average unweighted GPA of 2.7.

Unweighted GPAs range from 4.0 to under 1.0.

New York College of Health Professions doesn't consider ACT or SAT scores as part of the admissions process.

New York College of Health Professions does not have a test optional admissions policy. Test optional schools allow students to choose if they want to submit ACT or SAT scores with their applications or not.

Transferring to New York College of Health Professions

Transfer applications are processed on a on a rolling basis as they are received.

New York College of Health Professions Admissions FAQs

Can I defer my acceptance to New York College of Health Professions?

Yes, admitted students can defer their admission to New York College of Health Professions.

Does New York College of Health Professions accept transfer credits?

New York College of Health Professions accepts eligible transfer credits from accredited institutions.

Do I have to submit test scores to New York College of Health Professions?

New York College of Health Professions is not test optional. Test scores will not be considered during the admissions process, even if you submit them.

Want To Learn More About New York College of Health Professions?

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New York College of Health Professions Admissions Requirements

Admission Difficulty

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New York College of Health Professions Application Deadline

First-Year Applications are Due

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Transfer Applications are Due

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The deadline for Fall first-year applications to New York College of Health Professions is Continuous processing.

The deadline for Fall transfer applications to New York College of Health Professions is Continuous processing.

Check the school website for more information about deadlines for specific programs or special admissions programs

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New York College of Health Professions GPA

Avg. High School GPA (non-weighted)

2.73

GPA Needed to Get Accepted

At New York College of Health Professions, the average unweighted high-school GPA for admitted students is 2.73. This is the average, which means that some applicants submit GPAs lower than this and some applicants submit GPAs above this level. If your GPA falls below the average, strong test scores or other qualifications may help you make you a more competitive applicant.

© 2021 College Confidential / Concentrical LLC, Data provided by IPEDs and Peterson's Databases, © 2020 Peterson's LLC.

Quick Facts

Total Enrollment

879

Campus Setting

Suburban

Acceptance Rate

Unknown

Tuition and Fees

In State

$14,235

Out-of-State

$14,235

Fall Freshmen
Application Deadline

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