The financing of professional and graduate education in the United States is viewed primarily as the responsibility of the student. There are very few federal or state grant and scholarship programs designed for graduate students. Bastyr University is very conscious of the cost of financing an education. The primary job of the financial aid team is to work with students to help them plan for, and obtain, the resources needed to make a Bastyr education a reality.
All applicants who have submitted their application, official transcripts for completed credits, and tuition deposit by May 1, 2020 with an overall GPA of 3.0 are automatically enrolled for scholarship consideration.
Applicants for graduate programs are eligible for a one-year, non-renewable scholarship. Applicants for undergraduate programs are eligible for a one-year scholarship, renewable in the second year if an overall GPA of 3.0 is maintained.
Federal School Code
For both Kenmore and San Diego
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Appointments and Walk-ins
Please check in at Student Services Reception, Room 249
Danette Wells – Director of Financial Aiddwells@bastyr.edu
Focus: Loan repayment, consolidation, loan forgiveness
Chris Laughery – Financial Aid Advisorclaughery@bastyr.edu
Focus: Naturopathic Medicine
Samantha Swenson – Financial Aid Advisorsswenson@bastyr.edu
Focus: Graduate, Undergraduate and Acupuncture
Susan Farley – Work Study Coordinatorsfarley@bastyr.edu
Focus: Work Study questions and advising