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Search for books, DVDs, Historical Collection, Course Reserves, and more.. Bastyr University Library is one of the top academic and research collections focusing on natural health and traditional medicines - explore it today!

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Covid-19 Operations:  Library buildings are not open to patrons, online services and resources are still available, and we are providing a "pick-up service".

Please use the "Hold" feature in the catalog to request items for pick-up: Instructions for placing holds for pick up

Request physical materials by 9am for same-day pick-up, requests after 9am may not be available until the next working day.  Pick-up requested items 11am - 1pm at Building A in San Diego, and 11am - 1pm at the Library in Kenmore. You must have a key card to enter the buildings. Alumni,  contact the library to make arrangements to pick up items. 

Book returns:  Building A at BUC    |  Outside reception at BUK

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Supplementary Resources

The “Old” MyBU Supplementary Resources will soon be unavailable as that platform is being retired.  We encourage graduating students to take a look at the various options and download IMMEDIATELY anything you want to keep for personal use. These resources include audio conference recordings, lunch and learn presentations, botanical medicine resources, and much more.  

 

 

Online Research Symposium 2020 - June 15-30th

Bastyr University Student & Faculty Research Symposium is now available for viewing!

Please explore the posters and recorded presentations - see a snapshot of the research activities going on in our departments.

NPLEX opens May 1

NPLEX Prep Resources from the library!

Remember that NPLEX registration opens May 1  - https://www.nabne.org/

Bastyr Library has a guide to available resources to help you prepare:  https://bastyr.libguides.com/nplex