Northwestern Health Sciences University invests in students, enrolls largest fall class in years
September 16, 2013
Northwestern Health Sciences University welcomed 233 new students in the fall trimester. This represents one of the largest ever incoming fall classes at Northwestern Health, and brings total student enrollment to 906, a figure that’s been trending upward in recent years. Ongoing admissions and enrollment marketing efforts, along with the Lead the Way campaign, are focused on raising awareness of Northwestern Health Sciences University. The Fall class includes:
- 35 students in the College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- 144 students in the College of Chiropractic
- 30 students in the School of Massage Therapy
- 24 students in the College of Undergraduate Health Sciences
Many new students are receiving NW Health scholarship dollars to help with tuition, through merit, legacy, and international student scholarships. Six students are receiving a $2,500 first-term Legacy scholarship, available to students whose immediate family member graduated from Northwestern Health. The $2,500 merit scholarship was awarded to 30 first-term students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and above.
Seven international students joined us this fall; from China, Taiwan, and five from Canada. Four are receiving a $1,000 first-term scholarship. Finally, two incoming students each from the acupuncture, chiropractic and massage therapy programs are receiving a Diversity scholarship in the amount of 50 percent of tuition.
About Northwestern Health Sciences University
Northwestern, based in Bloomington, provides world-class professional education and research, as well as comprehensive integrated health and wellness services, to people across the United States and around the world. The university's more than 130 faculty members annually teach approximately 6,500 students and professionals pursuing degrees in accredited programs and continuing education in chiropractic, acupuncture, therapeutic massage and other integrative health treatments. The university, which will celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2016, has more than 7,500 graduates throughout the U.S. and in 21 countries worldwide.
Jeffrey B. Rich, vice president of marketing and institutional advancement, firstname.lastname@example.org, 952-888-4777, ext. 414