Financial Health

Bastyr University is committed to excellence in financial stewardship. The University maintains financial reporting, planning and documentation to ensure fiscal stability, mission alignment and sustainability. These sound financial practices ensure that Bastyr University will always lead the way in education, research and clinical practice of the natural health arts and sciences.

Consolidated Statement of Activities

Year ended June 30.

Revenues (000’s omitted) 2012 2013
Tuition $23,318 $25,708
Auxiliary Services $6,371 $6,404
Grants $3,773 $3,424
Contributions $562 $558
Other $180 $261
Total Revenues $34,204 $36,355
Core Services $26,913 $28,519
Administrative $5,472 $6,250
Fundraising $416 $426
Total Expenses $32,801 $35,195
Funds for Reinvestment $1,403 $1,160

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Statement of Financial Position

Year ended June 30.

Assets (000’s omitted) 2012 2013
Cash $9,369 $10,630
Capital Assets $31,562 $32,088
Other Assets $6,019 $5,474
Total Assets $46,950 $48,192
Total Liabilities $30,535 $30,074
Total Net Assets $16,415 $18,118


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Our Vision

As the world's leading academic center for advancing and integrating knowledge in the natural health arts and sciences, Bastyr University will transform the health and well-being of the human community.

Our Mission

We educate future leaders in the natural health arts and sciences. Respecting the healing power of nature and recognizing that body, mind and spirit are intrinsically inseparable, we model an integrated approach to education, research and clinical service.