Due to public health recommendations and COVID-19 complications, ND Mini Camp 2020 is cancelled. For additional information, please contact Kate Dawes.
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What is ND Mini Camp?
ND Mini Camp is an immersive look into naturopathic medicine. In the program we explore the modalities and principles of naturopathic medicine, and give a taste to the experience of going through Bastyr’s ND program. Each day is designed to mimic the curriculum covered in the corresponding year of Bastyr’s ND program, from an introduction to naturopathic medicine to clinical education and research.
Who can participate in ND Mini Camp?
Anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in naturopathic medicine is welcome to register. Participants must be 18+ years of age.
Do I have to stay on campus?
No. You may choose from two options – overnight or day camp. Day camper registration does not include a room on campus. There are many hotel, Airbnb, and other housing options located nearby.
How do I get to campus from the airport?
Seattle has many public transportation options, including buses, trains, the Link Light Rail, and rideshare services. Find more information about getting to campus here. A shuttle will be provided on the last day of camp that returns to the airport. The shuttle will arrive around 2:00pm to Sea-Tac airport.
Are meals provided?
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be provided for overnight guests, beginning with dinner on August 2 and ending with lunch on August 7. Lunch and dinner will be provided to day campers. Additional food may be purchased from our Dining Commons, open M-SU 8:00am-2:00pm.
The award winning Dining Commons offers a fantastic salad bar option, creative hot meals and fresh baked goods. It also uses fresh ingredients harvested from the University's celebrated organic herb and vegetable garden. The Dining Commons offers an innovative and affordably priced menu. It serves a broad selection of items that appeal to every taste and dietary restriction including delicious gluten free, vegetarian and vegan meals*. Meals are served buffet style. All ingredients for each dish are listed right at the buffet line for your convenience.
*Allergies and intolerances: we are not a certified/designated gluten (or any) free facility and cannot guarantee the complete absence of specific ingredients. All of our food is made in a gluten-friendly kitchen, prepared and cooked using shared equipment and is not recommended for those with celiac disease or gluten allergies.
(The Dining Commons occasionally closes for special events or on weekends. These closures will be posted in the Dining Commons.)
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