Swedish Institute is conveniently located in the Chelsea section of Manhattan … one of the most exciting cities in the world. The stimulating and vibrant environment of New York City makes attending college more than just a classroom experience. Swedish Institute’s campus is located on West 26th Street in Manhattan, between 6th and 8th Avenues. Classrooms and administrative offices are located in office buildings located at both 151 W. 26th Street and 226 W. 26th Street.
Classrooms are equipped with instructional resources, as required by the specialized courses they serve, and include, but are not limited to, massage tables, shiatsu mats, anatomical models, charts, overhead projectors, internet access, phlebotomy equipment, electrocardiography equipment, patient beds, and computers.
Specialized equipment and instructional space for the various programs include a nursing skills lab with a Laerdal Patient Simulation System; a simulated operating room; a bioscience laboratory; a functional training facility complete with locker rooms and showers for personal training; a fully equipped computer laboratory for programs requiring computer skills; and, finally, a busy massage therapy public clinic.
Admissions and Financial Aid Offices are located at 151 West 26th Street, on the first floor, together with the college’s new Functional Training Facility. A nursing skills lab, simulated operating room, bioscience lab, computer laboratory, and library are also located at 151 West 26th Street, together with offices for program Deans and faculty. Central administration, including the President’s Office, bursar/finance office, Registrar, student and career services are located at 226 West 26th Street, together with the Lillian F. Phillips library, bookstore, and massage therapy clinics.
When visiting our campus, Reception Offices are conveniently available at both locations: at 151 W. 26th Street it is located on the first floor and at 226 W. 26th Street on the fifth floor. All are asked to check in with the Reception Office upon arrival.
Lecture classrooms at Swedish Institute can generally accommodate 25 to 35 students. Clinical and techniques classrooms can accommodate between 16 and 24 students, depending on the program and course.