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Continue receiving support from Northwestern Health Sciences University by taking advantage of our convenient services and resources.

Email account
Greenawalt Library
Herbal Dispensary
Regular building hours
University Bookstore

Email account

You may continue to use or request a free Northwestern email address.

952/800-888-4777 ext. 357

New graduates

Watch for a reminder email a few months after graduation. You may continue to use your email account by replying to the email message.

Greenawalt Library

Alumni have full access to the Greenawalt Library. Register with the library information desk to borrow materials and use the library’s resources.

Library resources and services include:

  • Books, journals, videos/DVDs, sound recordings, photocopying (small fee), and computers with printers
  • Research assistance and instruction on library resources and online databases
  • Literature searches, interlibrary loans and journal articles provided for a nominal fee

Herbal Dispensary

We carry more than 400 raw, powdered, and patent herbs and formulas. We fill prescriptions from any licensed acupuncturist.

Find out more about the Herbal Dispensary.

Regular building hours

Monday-Friday  6:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday  No access
Holidays: Building closed

University Bookstore

The University Bookstore is a convenient resource for clinic supplies, supplements and retail products – at discounted prices. You can set up an account with monthly invoicing. Products can be ordered online, by phone or in the store. There is no additional charge for special orders.

The University Bookstore offers:

  • A 20% discount on Metagenics, Nutrition Dynamics, Standard Process, Biotics, Orthomolecular and Doctors Natural Therapy supplements and products. Other supplements are sold at professional prices.
  • Clinic supplies and equipment
  • DOT exam supplies
  • Graduation gifts and diploma frames
  • Reference books
  • Northwestern apparel

The bookstore is University-owned and operated so all proceed benefit Northwestern.

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