The Wongu University Library provides access to current books, textbooks, reference works, journals, and online research resources for students, faculty, and staff. Learning aids, such as herb ID kits, models, flashcards, and charts are also made available. Currently, books are organized on shelves by these subject areas and subsections: Oriental Medicine, Oriental Herbology, Nutrition, Acupuncture, Other Medicine, Qi, Western Medicine, and Basic Sciences. The library catalog can be accessed by clicking here.
Wongu University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to students with documented disabilities so that they receive an equal educational opportunity. In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and Nevada State Laws, Wongu provides reasonable accommodations to reduce the impact of disabilities on academic functioning or other life activities in the University setting.
Student Accessibility Services offers a private and confidential atmosphere for students to talk about their disabilities and accommodations requests. All accommodations are determined on an individual basis. To receive services or accommodations, students are advised to provide appropriate documentation well in advance of the beginning of the term. While every effort will be made to arrange accommodations in a timely fashion, failure to provide advance notice may impede delivery service. Further information is provided in the Academic Catalog and it is advisable to contact the Registrar’s Office at 702-463-2122 or by email at [email protected].
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Students at Wongu University receive general career planning from the Admissions Counselors or the Student Services Office. The Student Services Office can provide help with assessing career goals, evaluating resumes, increasing marketability, building networking, and interviewing techniques. While employment cannot be guaranteed, the Student Services Office will continue to work with students after graduation. The level of career services offered to international students and alumni varies and depends on federal, state, and local restrictions. Specific career planning also takes place in the Practice Management courses, where the opportunities and challenges of each student’s upcoming professional career are examined.
Job development is accomplished by the university’s cultivation and maintenance of relationships with existing health clinics, sports medicine facilities, hospitals, doctors, chiropractors, and other OMDs who currently hire OMDs, or have an interest in expanding their services.
Though the college supports graduates in the ways listed above, it makes no guarantee of employment or referral.