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Earn More By Visiting During Summer Soak-up

by May 2, 2016

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It’s a great time to plan your visit to National University of Health Sciences. Once again, we are offering a visit incentive program called “Summer Soak Up.” We’re doubling our tuition incentive for those who visit our campus between May and August 2016. You’ll receive a $1,000 tuition credit toward your first trimester for our graduate programs, or a $500 tuition credit for our undergraduate and certificate programs, just for visiting and seeing the many advantages we have to offer. This is a limited time offer for summer visitors only.

You can attend a group event, or plan an individual tour specific to your interests. Both our Illinois and Florida campus sites are beautiful this time of year, and you can combine your visit with sightseeing in the Chicago or Tampa Bay area.

While you visit, you’ll experience first hand our fantastic facilities, sample a class led by one of our dynamic faculty members, and see all the great amenities available to you to help you further your education and career goals.

Click on a program you are interested in to register for a visit event:

For more information, call the Office of Admissions at 1-800-826-6285 or email [email protected].

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