Location and Environment
CUSV is located in Sunnyvale, California. Sunnyvale has a mild, temperate climate and, as can be inferred from the name, is quite bright even on overcast days. Average daytime summer temperatures hover between 85 °F (29 °C) and 95°F (35°C), and during the winter, average daytime temperatures rarely go below 45°F (7°C). The City of Sunnyvale ranked fifth-safest city in America in its population group of 100,000 to 499,999 in the 11th annual Morgan Quitno Safest Cities in America awards. 2004 represents the ninth consecutive year in which Sunnyvale ranked in the top ten. The campus setting is serene and quiet, only a few blocks away south of the north-southbound highway 101’s exit at Lawrence Expressway.
The facility is a two-story building, total 17,500 sqf. with eight teaching clinic rooms, four big and medium classrooms, a large Auditorium CUSV Wellness Center), conference room, and six well lighted, comfortable and spacious classrooms with white boards . In addition, each room acupuncture manikins, class related posters and are equipped for overhead projection and wifi accessible.
The Campus is well landscaped with tall palm trees, lawns and plum trees, the enjoyable views please one’s spirit, also brings fresh icons to rejuvenate the body. Standing in the campus, facing the building, look up the top, you will be enchanted with the colorful scenery with the blue sky as background, brightened with California sunshine.
The university has more than ample parking spaces with no charge to students. Many are shaded by tall pine and plum trees. Handicapped spaces and ramps are also available.
CUSV has a lending library where students have the opportunity to reference various books and materials related to their educational needs.
The University Library serves the university community for scholarly study and research endeavors. The library facilities offer reading rooms, individual study carrels, and a student conference room. Total book volumes number approximately 3,000, and the current reference collection comprises over 300 journals, periodicals, and magazines. Reflecting the curricula of the University, Chinese and English language instructional holdings have been acquired to reinforce and support such specialized programs.