The 51-acre Bastyr University campus is uniquely suited for the study of natural health sciences. Nestled among fields and woodlands on the northeast shore of Lake Washington, the 186,000-square-foot campus complex is located 10 miles northeast of Seattle in Kenmore, Washington. Built in 1959 as a Catholic seminary, the facility has been used by Bastyr University since 1996.
Seattle Learning Facilities
Amenities accessible to all students include
- Naturopathic teaching clinic accessible to students for their health care needs
- Campus library
- Multipurpose room with fitness equipment
- Student interactive areas and kitchens
- Botanical Medicine Lab
- Cadaver Anatomy lab
- Dry Lab
- Histology lab
- Hydrotherapy Lab
- Kitchen Lab
- Research Lab
- Soft Tissue Manipulation Lab
14500 Juanita Dr NE, Kenmore, WA 98028 (View our campus map)
About Your Visit
At this time, we are unable to give physical tours of the campuses due to county health orders. You can however, take a Virtual Tour of each campus now, and talk to an advisor about all of the amenities each campus has to offer.
Your visit can be tailored to meet your needs and interests. During your visit, you can:
- Take a guided tour of a campus
- Attend/visit a class. Download the visitor class schedule(pdf)
- View the library's collections of natural health books and journals
- Speak with a financial aid advisor
- Meet with an admissions representative (Apply with no fee!)
- Attend any number of Bastyr's public events
- Take a self-guided tour of the medicinal herb garden and reflexology path.
- Eat lunch in our dining commons.
- Shop at the bookstore.
- Explore wooded trails through St. Edward State Park to Lake Washington.
To schedule a visit and/or an advising appointment, contact:
- Call (425) 602-3332 or email email@example.com
Please note that Bastyr is a fragrance-free (perfumes, scented lotions, etc.) environment.
Meet with our Advising Team
Advisors at Bastyr are here to help! From selecting the right prerequisite classes, to providing specific details about the programs, the advising team is here to make your life easier.
Distinctive features of the campus
- Bastyr Chapel - known for its exquisite acoustics and rich European décor.
- Garden and Reflexology Path - offering an array of medicinal and culinary herbs along with first public reflexology path in North America.
- Bastyr Dining Commons - the award-winning dining center, open to the public, offering an innovative and affordably priced menu and catering services.
Overnight accomodations may be available in Bastyr's dorm-style room on the 5th floor of the main building.
Room rates vary based on occupancy and purpose for your campus visit.
Please contact Guest Services at 425-602-3075 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Several hotels are located within 6 to 10 miles of Bastyr. None are located within walking distance or on easy bus routes. Most likely you will need a car, or you can take a taxi to Bastyr. Download a hotel list (pdf).
Even the city of Seattle retains the region's forested feel. Located on the Puget Sound, Seattle boasts numerous parks with access to its many lakes, rivers, streams and the Sound. But Seattle also offers plenty of big-city charm, including a busy nightlife, award-winning restaurants and shopping ranging from boutiques featuring only local artisan crafts to national department stores.
Although the city draws 10 million tourists from across the globe each year, Seattle's attractions are as equally beloved by area residents, including:
- Pike Place Market
- Space Needle
- Seattle Art Museum
- Olympic Sculpture Park
- MoPOP Museum
- Seattle Underground Tour
- Ballard Locks
Seattle is easily accessible via Bastyr's own shuttle, public transportation or by bicycle on the scenic Burke Gilman Trail.
But feel free to stay closer to campus. Downtown Kenmore, also on the shore of Lake Washington, offers plenty of retail and restaurants, while just a couple of miles farther from campus are the cities of Kirkland and Bothell, both offering thriving downtowns districts with parks dotting the way.
See also: The Real Deal with Seattle Weather
Beyond the urban areas of the Puget Sound region awaits fun-filled weekends for outdoor enthusiasts, beach combers, wine lovers and more.
The nearby Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges offer endless campgrounds and trails for hikers, bikers and other recreationists, while Washington's burgeoning wine country lies just over the Cascades to the east. And although you may not get the chance to don your beachwear at either the Washington or Oregon coasts, just remember that what the Pacific Northwest beaches lack in tropical weather they make up for in beauty.
In addition, the state is bordered on the north by British Columbia, so visiting a foreign country is just a short ferry or train ride away.