BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - Students new to Northwestern Health Sciences University arrived on campus Sept. 8 for a full day of new student orientation. Enrollment in all programs exceeded projected goals, with 128 new chiropractic students; 30 massage students; and 29 MCAOM students.
"We're very pleased," said Bill Kuehl, BS, director of admissions. "In these economic times, colleges typically experience a reduction in enrollment. Northwestern has exceeded admissions goals across the board for fall term. The admissions staff did a fantastic job, with the help of the entire University community, in telling our story and emphasizing the quality education and student life that Northwestern offers." Fall classes started Sept. 9.
Northwestern Health Sciences University offers a wide array of choices in natural health care education including chiropractic, Oriental medicine, acupuncture, therapeutic massage and human biology. The University has nearly 900 students on a 25-acre campus in Bloomington, Minnesota.