Key Information for Students
Key Information for Students data is compiled from data published or provided by tertiary education organisations, Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and the Ministry of Education.
All information in the Key Information for Students relates to domestic students only. Any enquiries about fees or other information for international students should be made directly to our College.
Educational Performance Indicators
The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) publish information on the performance of tertiary education organisations based on agreed educational performance indicators.
Student Services Fee Reports
The New Zealand College of Chiropractic (NZCC) charges an annual Compulsory Student Services Fee (CSSF) of $250. Students who are enrolled in one course in any one semester of an academic year pay a discounted rate of $125. Students who are only enrolled in the Chiropractic Supplementary Course are exempt from the CSSF.
The NZCC has a collaborate agreement with the New Zealand Students’ Chiropractic Association (NZCSA) who act as the delegated authority and student voice representing all students.
The NZCC consults with the NZCSA in a number of areas including the allocation and expenditure of all CSSF funds. Meeting notes of the consultation is recorded and included in the CSSF Meeting register.
Feedback from students is sought from the end of year survey which is used to allocate CSSF funds the following year along with feedback from the NZCSA.
Authorisation of expenditure follows the College’s procurement system and is approved by the Executive Vice President. Income and expenditure are accounted for separately in the College’s accounting system.
An annual report is provided outlining how CSSF funds have been spent. The report is provided to the NZCSA and available on the website.
Chiropractic in New Zealand Profession Survey
The Stakeholders Advisory Committee (SAC) advises the New Zealand College of Chiropractic. As part of its advisory role, it conducts a triannual survey of the chiropractic profession in New Zealand.