Hello, I was wondering if there are any students (or anyone that knows) about NYCPM? I'm from Long Island and doing my BA upstate...doing my professional degree in the city sounds pretty cool. Is it really just a building and a parking lot? Maube I shouldn't expect a campus like Scholl or DMU but I'm just curious. How is the curriculum and professors? I'm new to podiatry and wasn't aware that students do some medical rotations during the 3rd and 4th year, especially interesting that the NYCPM students do these with med students from columbia, nyu, etc. From those who went through this, are u treated as equals to the MD students? How are the MD students that you work with? Someone mentioned on here that the students at NYCPM do a lot of "chip and clip" procedures...more so than other schools. I'm definitely interested in the surgical aspect of podiatry, along with the diabetic limb salvage so it "sounds" kinda crappy to hear this. However, this was only from 1 person so who knows if its true or not. Also I have read that anyone with a pulse can get into this school. Is this somewhat accurate? I know the admissions for SOME of the pod schools were lax but Scholl, AZPOD, and DMU sound pretty competitive. Does the fact that NY has one of the worst scope/practice limitations have an affect on the NYCPM? Let me know what you guys think. Thanks again!