Northeast College Offers Reduced Housing Costs for Students Living on Campus
As housing rates continue to rise across the nation and students scramble to find affordable housing, Northeast College of Health Sciences has made the cost of its residence-hall housing lower than ever.
Northeast College is pleased to make the housing experience easier and more affordable for students who opt to live on its 286-acre Seneca Falls campus, and will launch a new housing offering at the start of the fall 2023 term. The College will reduce the cost of single-style on-campus housing to just $1590 per 15-week trimester. When combined with the College’s meal plan, that comes out to just $623 per month for both room and on-campus dining – exceptionally cost-effective, considering similar living costs around the country (even in the College’s immediate region) can cost $1000/month or more.*
“Becoming a doctor of chiropractic requires dedication and focus," said Northeast College President Dr. Michael Mestan. “At Northeast we are committed to the success of our students and are happy to provide another avenue to support their graduate experience. Our new pricing for on-campus living will allow students to focus on their studies and immerse themselves in the College’s many academic and educational opportunities as they live and learn on our healthcare-dedicated campus."
The Northeast Advantage: Benefits of Living On Campus.
Choosing to live in the Northeast residence halls gives students access to move-in ready, furnished suites with high-speed internet access, on-site laundry facilities, parking and 24/7 security. Campus living also removes the high costs of commuting and puts students within walking distance of all their learning spaces, including the College’s state-of-the-art labs, library and even the 32,000-square-foot Standard Process Health and Fitness Center.
Alumnus Dr. Joshua Kollmann (D.C. ‘06 ), team chiropractor for the Carolina Panthers NFL team, started creating his professional network as a student at the College and said he was able to do so by staying active on campus and in the College community. When a student asks for his advice his first response is always "immersion."
“You are here. Take advantage of it and immerse yourself. Really apply yourself in all aspects and take advantage of every aspect and opportunity that the College offers,” Kollmann told current Northeast students.
And with the College’s new, affordable and convenient on-campus housing opportunities, true immersion is possible – for every budget. Northeast is pleased to combine this new housing offer with the College’s meal plan to save students even more time and money while they immerse themselves in living and learning on campus.
* Information from apartments.com for rent for a 1-bedroom apartment, and from USDA.gov’s average monthly cost for a moderate-level, single-person grocery budget, as of Feb. 2023.
Studies show that students who live on campus:
- Graduate at a higher rate.
- Earn a higher-grade point average.
- Get involved with the campus community.
- Engage more with advisors and faculty than their off-campus counterparts.
- Have high-quality interactions with other students that are linked to better learning engagement and ultimately academic success.