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Application Deadlines

Below are our upcoming terms, programs available, and when you can apply:

Spring term 2022

  • Master of Arts in IDS/COSA – Apply
    • Deadline – March 1, 2022

Fall term 2022

  • All Master of Science or Doctoral Programs – Apply
    • Programs: ND (4yr, 5yr and dual-degree), DAcCHM, MAcCHM, MAc, MScN, MScN (Online) MScGH, MScGH (Online) MSIMR
    • Scholarship Priority Consideration – Feb. 1, 2022
  • Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine First-year Online (4yr) – Apply
  • All Undergraduate Programs (bachelor’s level) – Apply
    • Scholarship Priority Consideration – Feb. 1, 2022
    • Deadline – May 1, 2022. APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED!
  • Master of Arts in IDS/COSA – Apply
    • Deadline – August 1, 2022

Fall term 2022 – Current NUNM Students

  • Current Student / Change or Add Program – Apply
    • Deadline – July 1, 2022

Questions? 503.552.1660 / Toll-free 877.669.8737 or

Note: The Office of Admissions and National University of Natural Medicine assume no responsibility for applications that are not considered because they are incomplete. Completed application files will be evaluated and those individuals who competitively meet requirements may be invited to interview. The on-campus interview is required for acceptance (this applies only to ND, ND First-Year Online, DAcCHM, MAcCHM and MAc applicants). Telephone or virtual interviews are normally not granted, but can be considered under-documented, extenuating circumstances.

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