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Office of Student Affairs

Student Affairs provides essential services that enhance the academic success and personal growth of students, such as Title IX, Disability Accommodation, Scholarships, Complaint Resolution and more. For information regarding disability services, please refer to the Student Handbook. Contact the Office of Student Affairs at studentaffairs@yosan.edu..

Registrar’s Office

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YSU library: Lawrence J. Ryan Learning Center

When our students need a quiet place to study, or access online research materials.

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Scholarships

Rewarding Achievement, Commitment, and Persistence.

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Academic Advising and Tutoring

From registration to preparing for licensing exams, helping you navigate the system and mastering the material is our top priority.

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Financial Aid and Tuition

We’re here to help you invest in yourself. Here’s the information and contacts to put you on your path.

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YSU Student Ambassadors

Service-Oriented Student group devoted to fulfilling YSU’s commitment as a partner to all.

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YSU Blog

Autumn Equinox Qiū Fēn 秋分

September 22, 2021 Autumn Equinox or Qiū Fēn (Chinese: 秋分) is the sixteenth of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms and marks the midpoint of autumn, and the day on which day and night are of equal length. In the following weeks, the days will grow shorter, and the nights longer. The weather outside will […]

Yo San Alum Lan Kao speaks about Herbal Formula as Treatment for COVID-19

Yo San alum Lan Kao recently participated in TCM Wisdom Tube, joining two other doctors to speak about the use of herbal formula Qing Fei Pai Du Tang as a treatment for COVID-19. Lan Kao is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and works currently as a research associate at UCLA’s Center for East-West […]

Yo San Alums Teresa Calloway and Karen Cocozza published in Trials

Congratulations to Yo San alums Teresa Calloway and Karen Cocozza on getting published in the peer-reviewed, medical journal Trials! Their article, Acupuncture for combat post-traumatic stress disorder: trial development and methodological approach for a randomized controlled clinical trial, examines the clinical and biological effects of acupuncture as a treatment for combat-related PTSD in US Veterans. […]

White Dew Bái Lù 白露

Sept 7, 2021 White Dew or Bái Lù (Chinese: 白露) is the fifteenth of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms and marks the arrival of autumn with its cooler temperatures, which may cause moisture in the air to condense in droplets of dew on blades of grass and tree leaves during the nighttime. Here in […]

Nutritious Food During the Covid Era

by Dr. Daoshing Ni It is no longer enough to be vaccinated in order to prevent infection with COVID-19. The Delta variant has higher transmissibility than the original virus, and future mutations of SARS-CoV2 might be even worse so it is important to review and assess our personal strategy for combatting this disease. I call […]

End of Heat Chù Shǔ 处暑

August 22, 2021 End of Heat or Chù Shǔ (Chinese: 处暑 ) is the fourteenth of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms and traditionally marks the time of year when the hottest days are over and the harvest lies ahead. Locally we have noticed the arrival of cooler weather in the mornings and nighttime, though […]

The State of COVID-19 Now – The Delta Edition

by Dr. Mao Shing Ni As the COVID-19 virus continues to mutate, four out of five new positive cases in the US are of the Delta variant. What’s alarming is that studies have shown that Delta is producing similar amounts of viral particles in both vaccinated and unvaccinated people which is the reason that the […]

Start of Autumn Lì Qiū 立秋

August 7, 2021 Start of Autumn or Lì Qiū (Chinese: 立秋 ) is the first solar term of Autumn, and the thirteenth of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms in a year. While this season marks the end of summer and the beginning of fall, the hot weather is not over. This period marks two […]

Cupping and Athletics

by Nicole Robbins (MATCM Student) Cupping has become widely recognized in the Western world since US Olympic champion, Michael Phelps swam in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.  This curiosity in cupping was sparked when viewers saw Phelps soar through the water with red and purple circular cupping marks on his back.  Today, many use cupping for […]

Major Heat Dà Shǔ 大暑

July 22, 2021 Major Heat or Dà Shǔ (Chinese: 大暑 ) is the twelfth of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms and the last node of summer. It marks the hottest time of the year in most parts of China. Crops grow most rapidly, fireflies appear, soil becomes more humid, and heavy thunderstorms arrive. Here […]

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