Teri Hatfield

Teri Hatfield is the Assistant Director of Admissions at National University. She grew up in a small town in south central Minnesota called Lonsdale before heading off to Wisconsin to Ripon College. Afterwards, she attended Olivet Nazarene University and earned her Master of Business Administration. One of her goals is to help students understand their next career choice.

Recent Posts

Health care , Campus Visitation

4 Reasons You Should Visit a Campus When Considering a Degree in Health Care

For students interested in health care, choosing the right college is crucial. Preparing for a career in medicine is a challenge as well as an adventure. The school you select will be the place you will live, learn, and work for some of the most important years of your life.

In the quest to find the perfect school, an essential yet often overlooked step is visiting the campus. This is the ultimate way to get a feel for a school, gather information, and find out if it is a good match for you. A virtual tour online is not enough to make the best and most accurate decision.

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
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Alternative Medicine , Chiropractic Medicine , Naturopathic Medicine , Acupuncture , Oriental Medicine , Massage Therapy

The Value of Pursuing a Career in Complementary and Alternative Medicine in 2017

In a world where technology and business are growing, so are chronic disease, obesity, depression, and anxiety. Nowadays, people are searching for ways to improve their quality of life. With interest in fitness and wellness on the rise, the mainstream media has helped spread awareness of how complementary and alternative medicine can be utilized to improve health.

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Wednesday, May 3, 2017
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Doctor of Chiropractic , Master of Science in Oriental Medicine , Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine , Master of Science in Acupuncture

3 Steps to Applying to a Graduate Program at NUHS

Are you ready to apply for one of the graduate programs offered at NUHS, including doctor of chiropractic medicine, doctor of naturopathic medicine, master of science in acupuncture, or master of science in oriental medicine?

Here are 3 steps to successfully apply to the graduate degree program of your choice:

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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