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Start your future in integrative medicine at Campus Visit Day November 4

by Oct 26, 2017

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Campus Visit Day at National University is an easy first step toward starting an exciting career in health care. Offered only twice a year, this Saturday event allows prospective students to explore a variety of programs in complementary and alternative medicine.

NUHS students walking around campus for tourAt Campus Visit Day, you’ll hear from faculty members, current students and graduates of programs in chiropractic medicinenaturopathic medicineacupuncture and oriental medicine and biomedical science.

You will also be able to explore over 20 NUHS student clubs and organizations, many of which are dedicated to various health care specializations including functional neurology, homeopathy, public health and applied kinesiology. As a National University student, these clubs allow you to learn about aspects of your chosen health care profession outside the classroom.

Throughout Campus Visit Day, many other hands-on, interactive activities and real-life scenarios will let you experience student life at National University. You’ll start the day with a continental breakfast, then enjoy a program overview, campus tour, a chance to meet current students and alumni, and learn the details about admissions, financial aid, housing and much more. You’ll also enjoy lunch, meet faculty and staff on campus.

In addition, NUHS offers a special tuition incentive. If you attend Campus Visit Day, you’ll receive a $500 tuition credit toward a graduate program and $250 toward an undergraduate program.

There is still time to register. To guarantee your spot for Campus Visit Day on November 4, register online or call 1-800-826-6285. For questions or for more information, contact the Office of Admissions at 1-800-826-6285 or email [email protected].

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