Southwest Acupuncture College to reopen in the new year


January 13, 2021

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The Southwest Acupuncture College is gearing up to return to in person classes and services for the Boulder community. The team's excited and has implemented a variety of precautions in light of COVID. "This portion of the education [in person practical and lecture-based lessons] has been sorely missed by our students throughout 2020 and everyone is excited to get back to it," said Academic Dean Nate Mohler.

In 1997, the Southwest Acupuncture College was founded in Boulder, its mission is to educate and license students in acupuncture and Chinese medicine so as to provide affordable services to the local community.

But in mid-March of last year, COVID forced the Gunbarrel college to close its doors for in person classes.

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