New York Medical College (NYMC), with more than 1,400 students, 900 residents and fellows, and more than 2,700 faculty members, educates physicians, scientists and health care professionals who are highly qualified to assume leadership roles in the fields of health care and biomedical research. Advanced degrees are awarded from the School of Medicine (M.D., M.S.), the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (M.S., Ph.D.) and the School of Health Sciences and Practice (M.S., M.P.H., D.P.T., Dr.P.H.). Dual degree programs are also offered (M.D./M.P.H., M.D./Ph.D. and D.P.T./M.P.H.).
How we collect our data:
The student outcomes data below displays graduation, attrition and placement rates of each school of NYMC.
Facilities, Accommodations and Accessibility
All classrooms, laboratories, restrooms, offices and other public areas, are ADA compliant. Read more about our campus location.
Information for Distance Education Students
The following is the NYMC student complaint process for online courses: Every student deserves a positive educational experience. Sometimes a student’s experience may not be what they anticipate, and the student may have a concern or a complaint. SARA consumer protection provisions require the institution’s home state, through its SARA State Portal Entity, to investigate and resolve allegations of dishonest or fraudulent activity by the state’s SARA-participating institutions, including the provision of false or misleading information. A student has the right to lodge a complaint or grievance. The institution should ensure that all concerns and complaints of students are addressed fairly and are resolved promptly. Student complaints relating to consumer protection laws offered under the terms and conditions of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA), must first be filed with the institution to seek resolution. The student should begin the complaint process with the institution and if a resolution is not found, the student would contact the institution’s home state SARA Portal Entity. NC-SARA maintains a directory of SARA State Portal Entities. At NYMC, please email Ben Johnson to express your concern. Should your issue not be resolved to your satisfaction, you can visit the New York State Education Department for further information and the NC-SARA for complaint procedures.
General Information and Helpful Links
Additional consumer information can be found on the Office of Student Financial Planning website under the Annual Consumer Information Disclosure page.
For more information, please contact the appropriate office.
School of Medicine (SOM) students graduate with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in their residency training and eventually in their careers. Medicine is a very broad field; while some students know from the start what specialty they would like to pursue, many decide only after experiencing several different areas during their first two or three years in medical school (and many of those who knew from the start ultimately change their minds once they are introduced to other options.)
NYMC helps students find the path that best complements their skills and interests. For some, generalist disciplines are the best choice: general internal medicine, family medicine, general pediatrics, and medicine-pediatrics. Other options include surgery, radiology, orthopedics, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, and neurology.
Learn more about the career paths available to SOM graduates by visiting our SOM alumni profiles page.
|SOM Step 1||--||99%||99%||99%||99%|
|SOM Step 2 CK||98%||99%||100%||98%||99%|
|SOM Step 2 CS||--||--||98%||94%||99%|
For public health program policies, please view the SHSP Academic Policies here.
The outcomes for the past two years of graduates of the Department of Physical Therapy at New York Medical College (2021 and 2022) are presented below. This data is presented in accordance with a policy stipulated by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).
2-Year Average Graduation Rate: 97.8%
The percentage of students who completed the program in 100-150% of the expected program time.
2-Year Average National Licensure Examination Ultimate Passing Rate: 100%
The percentage of graduates who passed the National Licensure Examination, regardless of the number of times the exam was taken.
2-Year Average National Licensure Examination First-Time Passing Rate: 95.4%
The percentage of graduates who passed the National Licensure Examination on their first attempt.
2-Year Average Employment Rate: 100%
The percentage of graduates who, to the best of our knowledge from personal communication and state licensure information, were employed within 12 months of passing the National Licensure Examination
For D.P.T. program policies, please view the SHSP Academic Policies here.
|Class of 2020||Class of 2021||Class of 2022||3-Year Average|
|100% (33/33)||100% (32/32)||96.6% (29/30)||98.9%|
|Number Completing on Time||Number completing
Later Than on Time
|Number Not Completing|
|Class of 2022||38||0||0|
|Class of 2021||29||6||0|
|Class of 2020||35||0||0|
For SLP program policies, please view the SHSP Academic Policies here.
If you have a credit balance on your account, you will receive a refund. A credit produced by Federal aid funding will be processed by The Office of the Bursar within 14 days of the date the credit appears on your student account.
You have two options to receive your refund.
We strongly recommend that students use the Electronic Funds Transfer (Direct Deposit) option which allows you to receive your refunds via electronic deposit to the bank account of your choice. Direct Deposit is the fastest way to receive a refund! To enroll in direct deposit have your checking account routing number and account number available.
View the supporting document: Guide: How to Sign Up for eRefunds
Please be advised that if you have paid by credit card via TouchNet any credit on your account will be credited back to that card first.
If you have any questions regarding your refund, please reach out to the Help Desk: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 844-868-7666
*Beginning January 1, 2018 we are no longer holding checks and allowing them to be picked up from our office. Your refund check will be mailed to your mailing address on file. If you do not have a mailing address it will be mailed to your permanent address. It is your responsibility to make sure your addresses are correct in the TouroOne portal. To update your address log on to Touro One – Select the Academic Tab – Select View update/address and phone on right hand side.
If you are experiencing issues signing up please contact the Bursar’s Office at 914-594-4454 and we will work to resolve the problem.
Refund Withdrawal Schedules and Policies
Please note that withdrawals may affect your financial aid status.
It is the student's responsibility to initiate withdrawals from all classes. Non-attendance at classes or non-payment of account balance does not constitute a withdrawal or relieve a student from their financial obligation.