FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Frequently Asked Questions
When is your next Open House?
We are constantly adding and updating our Open House dates. You can find the latest information on our Open House page along with everything you can look forward to when you visit!
How do I schedule an appointment to visit NYCI?
To schedule an appointment with one of our advisors, please call (212) 962-0002 or complete the form located on our contact page.
What are the academic requirements to attend NYCI?
We require our students to have attained at least a High School Diploma, GED or equivalent. We also seek motivated students who have taken AP classes or SATs
What degree or certification can I receive by attending NYCI?
NYCI offers many different degrees and certificates such as:
Associate Degrees in:
Medical Office Specialist Studies
Hearing Reporting Certificate
Medical Office Specialist Certificate
Law Office Assistant Certificate
For more detailed information, check out our Paralegal, Court Reporting and Medical departments.
How do you handle Foreign Students?
Contact the Office of Admissions for the appropriate forms to be completed and an Admissions Advisor will schedule an appointment for you to visit the school.
For additional information, please check the consumer information pages.
How much does it cost to go to NYCI?
Our tuition for each program varies. Contact the Office of Admissions for further information.
What kind of Financial Aid do you offer?
Financial Aid is determined case by case. Please refer to the Financial Aid section of this website or for additioanl information call the NYCI Office of Financial Aid at (212)-962-0002.
Do you offer Part-Time or Evening Classes?
Yes we do. Our flexible course schedule accommodates a variety of lifestyles and schedules.
What are the Hours for Full-Time and Part-Time Classes?
Day classes are held between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Evening classes are from 5:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Saturday during certain trimesters from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
When do the trimesters start?
January, May, September
Please call the Office of Admissions for specific start dates at (212) 962-0002.
How long will it take to complete the Program?
The length of each program varies on many factors including students’ credit load, whether the student is receiving transfer credit and full time vs part time status. The following chart shows the credits needed for completion of each program at the college. For more specific information about time frames for program completion, contact the Office of Admissions at (212) 962-0002.
|Stenotype Court Reporter||72 Credits|
|Stenotype Hearing Reporter||60 Credits|
|Paralegal Degree||60 Credits|
|Paralegal Certificate||30 Credits|
|Medical Office Specialist Degree||60 Credits|
|Medical Office Specialist