Northeast and Wells Colleges Announce Academic Programs Partnership
Northeast College of Health Sciences and Wells College announce two new articulated program agreements for health sciences majors to secure their admission into Northeast's in-demand chiropractic program while saving time and money.
The two pathways ease the application process for students and make becoming a healthcare professional more attainable. Saving students the cost of one year of tuition, the 3+3 articulation track allows students to earn their bachelor's degree at Wells College and their graduate degree from Northeast a full year more quickly than it would take to earn each of the degrees individually. The 4+3 articulation track lets students complete their degree at Wells and gain acceptance to Northeast as soon as requirements are met.
With either track, students receive guided support from both institutions, allowing them to save time and money. Interested students can contact Amy James, educational partnership manager at Northeast College, at 315-568-3279.
About Northeast College: Northeast College of Health Sciences, formerly New York Chiropractic College, in Seneca Falls, N.Y., offers an education like no other to build professionals who have no equal. The College is recognized as a leading institution for the education and training of natural healthcare professionals and academicians, and its graduate programs in areas such as chiropractic, nutrition, and health sciences education are rooted in a commitment to academic excellence, leadership, and professional best practices. For more information about educational partnerships at Northeast College, visit www.northeastcollege.edu/admissions/articulation.
About Wells College: Wells College is a nationally recognized private coeducational liberal arts college located in Aurora, New York, on the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake. With dozens of majors and minors available in the sciences, arts, humanities and pre-professional programs, Wells provides a purposeful curriculum and an immersive educational experience that is steeped in tradition. Students can also take advantage of 15 NCAA Division III athletic teams; over 20 student-led organizations and clubs; cross-registration agreements with Cornell University, Ithaca College and Cayuga Community College; and community college "pathway" agreements with Cayuga Community College, Tompkins Cortland Community Colleges, and several others. More at wells.edu.