Student Membership

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 memership 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:

Membership Types Rate Savings
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

Connect and Network with the National Naturopathic Community

We want you to get involved! Become a student rep and reap the benefits of free annual membership of the AANP, ambassadorship opportunities and become a part of the AANP Diversity + Inclusion Committee! For those of you that are interested please contact us today!

We have five  student representative position open for the following schools:

  1. Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine
  2. Bastyr University - Seattle
  3. Bastyr University- California
  4. University of Natural Medicine
  5. Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine

AANP STUdent representatives

Gigi Pendlebury, SCNM Rep
As a second year student and Student Ambassador, Gigi spearheaded the creation of a Student Veterans of America Chapter at SCNM. Gigi is concurrently pursuing a Master's in Public Administration with an emphasis in Health Care Management. She aspires to work within the VA healthcare system and increase naturopathic medicine access to the veteran community. Upon graduation, Gigi plans to pursue VA healthcare leadership.

Agi Wrobel, NUHS Rep
Agi is a first trimester ND student at National University of Health Sciences. IShe 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.