Fast Facts

Who We Are

Average student age: 30
Median student age: 28
Gender: 84% female and 16% male
International students: 92, representing 34 countries

Further details on the diversity of Bastyr University students is available by clicking here.

Fall Enrollment (2016): 1,256 

School of Naturopathic Medicine

  • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine: 612

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine/Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (dual track): 27

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine/Acupuncture (dual track): 4

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine/Ayurvedic Sciences (dual track): 6

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and Midwifery (dual track): 4

    • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and Counseling Psychology (dual track): 7

  • Naturopathic Medicine Post Baccalaureate: 12

Department of Botanical Medicine

School of Traditional World Medicines

School of Natural Health Arts and Sciences

Department of Midwifery

Department of Counseling and Health Psychology

Department of Basic Sciences

Department of Public Health

Unclassified/Non-degree enrollment: 29

Faculty: 95 full-time core, 178 part-time adjunct

Clinical Training Program

Clinical student-faculty ratio: 6:1
Patient visits to Bastyr Center for Natural Health: approximately 34,000

Student Outcomes Data


* These programs are currently not admitting new students. The BS/MS programs in Acupuncture have been replaced with a Doctorate in Acupuncture Medicine that does offer an undergraduate early admit. For further information about this or any other program, contact the Admissions office at admissions@bastyr.edu.

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Did You Know?

  • Bastyr University campus was once a Catholic seminary
  • Bastyr Center for Natural Health is the largest natural health clinic in Washington State
  • Bastyr University is a sister school with Shanghai University of Traditional Medicine in China
  • Bastyr Center received more than 34,000 patient visits last year