Further your knowledge, further your healing. Advance your skills and become a doctor through our Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) program. Our open “join anytime” enrollment policy means that you can begin your future of doctorate level healing whenever is best for you!
Unlock the proven methods of acupuncture and holistic healing with our Masters of Science program in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM). Our extremely flexible class schedule enables everyone to pursue a career in healing others.
Enjoy personal wellbeing at our acupuncture and herbal clinic. Our many skilled staff members ensure that comprehensive knowledge is applied while attending to your specific illness. We treat a variety of diseases and symptoms.
During the event we will show you an informative presentation about the school, take a campus tour, hold personal admission counseling sessions, and answer any questions that come up along the way. You will also receive a complete admissions packet when you check in to our Open House.
The next coming up training course has been organized by UEWM, the Head Quarter University of US Collegiate Taiji Federation.
UEWM Involved in 2017 World University Championships (including Wushu, with Taolu and Sanda)
May 17, 2017
The Dean of the UEWM Tai Chi Program, Dr. Chi-hsiu Weng is reporting that the International University Sports Federation (FISU) will hold the 2017 Conference and Universiade (World University Championships) August, 2017 in Taipei...
Participating in the 24th Annual Great Lakes Kung-Fu and Shuai Chiao Tournament 4/16/16 in Ohio Dr.Weng was invited as the Tournament Arbitrator and conducting a National Shuai Chiao Seminar for instructors from all over the country....More
Important Parking Information
Weekends EXTRA Parking
Please follow these rules when parking on campus during weekends.
1. Enter the Residence Inn through their SECOND DRIVEWAY about ½ block or so past the first driveway which goes by the office area.
2. Park only on the backside of their lot along the fence that runs parallel to Lawrence Expressway
3. Walk in and out of the lot through the gate that opens to Lawrence Expressway, just a few feet from the campus front driveway.
4. Put the sign on your car dashboard while parked at the Inn.
Details: Weekends EXTRA Parking Rules