Bastyr University’s primary academic and administrative facilities are located in Kenmore, Washington. The 51-acre campus adjoins Saint Edward State Park (with hiking trails leading down to Lake Washington) and includes a 186,000 square-foot building, playfields and forested areas. The campus is comprised of classrooms, research and teaching laboratories, exam rooms, an auditorium, a chapel, meeting rooms, faculty and administrative offices, and a library, bookstore and dining commons.

The Student Village, which opened in June 2010, is a LEED Platinum-certified housing complex that enables up to 132 students to reduce their carbon footprint by living on campus. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the spacious grounds, tour the herb garden, and visit neighboring Saint Edward State Park.

In 2012, the University established an additional location in San Diego, California, at which two graduate degree programs are offered: the Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and the Master of Science in Nutrition for Wellness. The San Diego campus has a 40,000 sq. ft building, which houses our teaching clinic, dispensary and didactic areas. The facility includes teaching and research laboratories, a nutrition teaching kitchen, classrooms, study space, a fitness room and a library. Just north of downtown San Diego, the campus is conveniently located near highly ranked universities, renowned medical facilities, stunning beaches, hiking trails and coastal wilderness. The campus is within walking distance of the San Diego Coaster commuter rail service and a short drive from the University of California at San Diego, Scripps Mercy Hospital and the VA Medical Center.