San Jose Campus

Five Branches University, San Jose

1885 Lundy Ave, Suite 108
San Jose, CA 95131
Office: (408) 260-0208 ; Clinic: (408) 260-8868

Mass Transportation Directions

From East Bay:

Take BART to Fremont station
Take bus 180 towards great mall parkway
Take bus 77 towards Eastridge
Walk to Lundy Ave

From Santa Clara:

Take Bus 522 towards rapid Eastridge
Take Bus 77 Towards Great Mall
Get off at Lundy and Commerce
Walk to Lundy


Driving Directions

From East Bay:

South on 880
Follow I-880 S to Montague Expy in San Jose
Take exit 7 from I-880 S
Turn Right on Lundy Ave

South on 680
Follow I-680 S to N Capitol Ave in San Jose
Take exit 5 from I-680 S
Turn Left on Lundy Ave

From Peninsula (San Francisco, San Mateo, Palo Alto):

South on 101
Take CA-237
Take 880 s
Exit 7 onto Montague Expy
Turn right on Lundy Ave

From Southern California:

Take I-5 North
Follow I-5N to CA-152
Take exit 101N in Gilroy
Get on 680N
N Capitol Ave in San Jose
Turn Left on Lundy Ave



Five Branches University, San Jose campus

The Campus

Located across the beautiful East Foothills of San Jose; the Five Branches San Jose campus glows with the vibrant energy of the city. You will experience a campus, alive with activity, as students from the English, Chinese, and Korean Masters programs attend both day and evening programs. Weekends welcome the arrival of Doctoral students, anticipating lively and thought provoking discussions with fellow students and their teacher. The San Jose campus offers the perfect environment for students who want to excel in the study and practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

City Character

In the heart of Silicon Valley, the mecca of high tech, San Jose is the largest city in Northern California. Attracted by mild Mediterranean weather and high wages, people from around the world have made their home in San Jose and created one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the nation. Add a low crime rate and a spacious, wide open feeling, and you have one of the most livable, family-friendly locations in the west. San Jose International Airport makes travel easy, and proximity to San Francisco, Santa Cruz and the wine country provide day trip destination getaways.

Outdoors and Athletics

With 300 days of sunshine per year, you can imagine San Joseans take good advantage of their parks and open spaces. Many walking and biking trails within city limits provide glimpses of nature during your green commute. Local sport fans are proud of their NHL hockey team the San Jose Sharks, as well as the Major Soccer League team the San Jose Earthquakes. These pro games are events you won’t want to miss.

Food and Agriculture

Once known more for apricots, plums and grapes than silicon, the fertile Santa Clara valley supplies a rich harvest of produce that can be seen on display at many area farmers markets. As one of the oldest wine producing regions in California, Santa Clara valley has many wineries offering tours and tastings daily. Replete with international cuisine and fine restaurants, the quality and variety of dining experiences in San Jose are something to savor.

Arts and Culture

Thanks to a special city ordinance, public art is on the rise in San Jose and many pieces can be seen throughout the city in parks and downtown areas. The celebration of art and culture continues with many community events, performance companies, galleries and museums, including the renowned contemporary San Jose Museum of Art. One of the busiest venues in the world, the HP Pavilion hosts major musical acts, sporting events and conferences. The cosmopolitan Santana Row district combines shopping, dining, living and relaxing all in a beautiful tree-lined atmosphere.


Silicon Valley slowly replaced the agriculture food companies which gave San Jose its initial nickname, “The Valley of the Hearts Delight.” With a population of close to 4 million, Silicon Valley sits in the South Bay portion of the San Francisco Bay area. Home to many of the world’s largest technology corporations it continues to be the leading hub for high-tech innovation and development.


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