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Student Information

University Catalog

The University Catalog is available online for the current and past academic years. Catalogs contain academic program and course descriptions, academic calendars, information about campus services, fees, faculty information and more.

Class Schedule

Visit the Class Schedules website to view schedules for fall, spring, and summer sessions as well as winter and spring intersessions offered through Extended & International Education. The course offerings for the term is available online via My Class Search and can be viewed by linking to MyCSUDH. A complete University class search including Extended Education is provided. No login required for My Class Search. Courses can be searched by term, session, course subject, and course number search criteria.

Advisement & Testing

The University Advisement & Testing Center is comprised of the University Advisement Center and the Testing Center providing academic advising to help you successfully work towards a bachelor's degree. Learn more about General Education (GE) advising, transfer advising, graduation requirements, testing services and requirements, academic policies, and much more!

Academic Calendar

The Academic Calendar contains important dates and deadlines including registration, class start and end dates, campus holidays and closure, add/drop dates, graduation application deadlines, final exams, and more.

Degree Roadmaps

The purpose of the Degree Roadmaps is to serve as a guide for planning one’s academic coursework required to complete a specific major semester by semester. Before enrolling, you can use the Degree Roadmap to get a feel for the courses you’ll take for the major. After enrolling, refer to the University Advisement Center & Testing Office, University Catalog, Class Schedule and consult with your academic advisor each semester for advisement to specify which courses you will take to fulfill each graduation requirement and are progressing toward graduation in a timely manner as possible.

Toro Learning Center

The Toro Learning Center (TLC) is the university’s primary academic assistance center. Free individual and small group tutoring sessions are provided for currently enrolled CSUDH students. Tutoring sessions focus on helping students improve their various academic and study skills in Writing, Math, and Science related courses; however, tutoring in specific subjects is also available. Peer CSUDH student tutors provide CSUDH students with useful strategies and suggestions to help them reach their academic goals and promote retention.

McNair Scholars Program

The McNair Scholars Program is to encourage and prepare students who are traditionally underrepresented in college to pursue graduate studies – specifically, the Ph.D. The program provides a variety of academic support and services.


Getting ready to graduate? Visit the Commencement website for a wealth of information on the schedule for each of the college-based commencement ceremonies, how to purchase academic regalia, special graduation celebrations, maps and locations, and more.