The AANP is committed to helping you be successful while in school and throughout your years in practice. We present to you a series of benefits to help you build a solid foundation. The products and services focus on educational resources, career services, and tools to help you start your own practice. View an overview of student membership benefits.
We offer students multi-year membership options that allow you to save on membership dues. Have a look at our membership types, rates and terms to decide on a membership option that works best for you:
|Four Year Student Membership (48 months)||$160||$80|
|Three Year Student Membership (36 months)||$135||$45|
|Two Year Student Membership (24 months)||$100||$20|
|One Year Student Membership (12 months)||$60||$0|
become a student rep
We’re giving you the chance to shape the future of the naturopathic profession as we look for our next student rep. Student reps represent naturopathic medical students at the school they are enrolled in. Being a student rep is a rare opportunity to get more involved in your profession and become the voice of your fellow students. Click here to learn more about student reps.
There are currently six open student rep position for the following schools:
AANP STUdent representatives
|Agi Wrobel, NUHS Rep
|Agi is a first trimester ND student at National University of Health Sciences. She is passionate about supporting the body's own healing mechanisms by way of a healthy diet, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, and oriental approaches. Her biggest goal during her student life is to be deeply involved in progressing legislation for Naturopaths throughout the U.S.|
|Ana Rodriguez, Bastyr Rep
|Ana is a fourth year ND student and second year acupuncture student at Bastyr University. She is passionate about advocating for health equity and providing access to quality, naturopathic health care to those in underserved areas. She is currently an ambassador for INM, Bastyr Chapter, and is working with her peers on community outreach projects in hopes to increase awareness of naturopathic medicine in conventional medical communities, build relationships with community clinics in the area, increase access to naturopathic medicine for people in low income or underserved populations, and increase opportunities for naturopathic students and naturopathic doctors. Her goal is to provide education about naturopathic medicine and create partnerships between various types of healthcare providers in order to benefit the overall health of communities.|