August 8, 2012 — New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) employees know the college is a great place to work, and the Chronicle of Higher Education agrees!
For the fourth year running, NYCC earned a place on the Chronicle’s roll of “Great Colleges to Work For” alongside such notables as Duke University, University of Michigan, and Notre Dame.
Qualifying marks in more than four categories merited placement on the Chronicle’s select “Honor Roll” for the third year in a row. NYCC excelled in 10 of the 11 available assessment categories — adding collaborative governance, teaching environment, and senior leadership to last year’s seven winning classifications.
The program — now one of the largest and most respected workplace-recognition programs in the country — distinguishes colleges for best practices and policies. After reviewing 46,946 surveys submitted by administrators, faculty members, and professional support staff members from 294 participating institutions, only 42 make it to the Honor Roll.
“To earn a place on the Chronicle’s select ‘Honor Roll’ for three consecutive years is truly an outstanding distinction! Students unquestionably benefit whenever quality instruction is delivered by satisfied faculty members and a customer-oriented staff,” said NYCC President Dr. Frank J. Nicchi.
Source: New York Chiropractic College, nycc.edu