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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 disability accommodations, scholarships, complaint resolution, student events, 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

Register for class, graduation checklists, keep track of licensing needs. Visit the Registrar page or contact the Office of The Registrar at registrar@yosan.edu.

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.

View our current scholarship opportunities.

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.

Get guidance navigating Financial Aid and funding options.

YSU Student Ambassadors

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

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YSU Blog

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 […]

Minor Heat Xiǎo Shǔ 小暑

July 6th, 2021 Minor Heat or Xiǎo Shǔ (Chinese: 小暑 ) is the eleventh of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms and heralds the beginning of the hottest period of the year, which should come as no surprise to any of us, in particular for our friends in the Pacific Northwest and other parts of […]

Summer Solstice Xià Zhì 夏至

June 21, 2021 Summer Solstice or Xià Zhì (Chinese: 夏至 ) is the tenth of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms, and marks the longest day of the year. This period will also see some of the hottest days of the year, with Yang energy in the atmosphere at its peak. In Chinese culture, the […]

Dragon Boat Festival 端午节

June 14, 2021 The Dragon Boat Festival, also known as Duanwu Festival (端午节) is an annual festival celebrated in China and in Chinese communities around the world. The festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month on the lunar calendar; This year, the Dragon Boat Festival falls on June 14, 2021. The […]

Qi Gong in Public Schools

By Abbey Seiden (MATCM Student) Local public school, Malibu Elementary re-opened on March 15. These were kids that had been sheltered in place with their family members for the past year. Previously this same community suffered the devastating effects of the Woolsey Fire in Fall of 2018. More than half of the families lost their […]

Grain in Ear 芒种 Máng Zhǒng

June 5, 2021 Grain in Ear or Máng Zhǒng (Chinese: 芒种 ) is the ninth of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms and precedes the summer solstice. Máng or 芒 refers to the “ear” or tip of the grain, and is pronounced similar to the Chinese word for “busy”—忙, reinforcing that this hot and humid […]

Small Fullness Xiǎo Mǎn 小满 

Small Fullness or Xiǎo Mǎn (Chinese: 小满 ) is the eighth of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms. Also commonly referred to in English as “Grain Buds”, this period is so named because the summer grain crops in China begin to grow more fully during this time. According to Chinese mythology, this is the birthday of the god […]

Toxic Chemical Exposure and Our Health by Dr. Daoshing Ni

Every day, everywhere, everyone is exposed to a variety of environmental pollutants by way of our air, water, and food. These chemicals can directly impact our health and, as a whole, create potential illnesses that can be detrimental to our society. We have seen an increase in cancer rates, thyroid disorders, miscarriages, ADHD, autism, infant […]

Start of Summer Lì Xià 立夏

May 5, 2021 The Start of Summer or Lì Xià (Chinese: 立夏 ) is the seventh of the 24 traditional Chinese solar terms and the first of summer. Traditionally on this day, the Chinese Emperor would lead his courtiers to welcome the Summer Season, all dressed in red to symbolize hope for an auspicious harvest. […]

DAOM Faculty Scholarships 2019

The DAOM department is pleased to announce the award of two faculty scholarships in the 2019 Cohort. Faculty members Shannon Lawrence and Sheri Jennings will be joining the newest cohort in their exploration of advanced topics in Reproductive Medicine and Healthy Aging. Shannon Lawrence L.Ac. (MATCM Class of 2016) Shannon Lawrence is a California board […]

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