The University Advisement Center provides academic advising to help you choose the right courses for the degree you want and to help you stay on track so you can graduate with your degree on time. Learn more about freshmen advising, transfer advising, testing services, academic policies, and location and hours here.
As a CSUDH student, you have access to a range of academic support and tools to help you succeed in your classes and studies. Get one-on-one tutoring and assignment assistance at the Toro Learning Center, learn how the Summer Bridge Academy and Encounter to Excellence programs can help you prepare for a strong start in your college classes, and find out more about unique programs like the Educational Opportunity Program and Male Success Alliance designed to support the success of at-risk students entering university.
CSUDH’s Division of Extended Education offers credit and non-credit courses, certificates, training and certification programs designed for academic, professional and personal enrichment. Learn more about Extended Education’s professional certificates, Open University, distance learning, ESL and customized training and education programs.
CSUDH is home to a number of innovative and recognized centers and institutes for learning, research and knowledge. Learn more about our California African American Political & Economic Institute, Infant-Toddler Development Center, Center for Mathematics & Science Education, Center for Training & Development, Institute for Entrepreneurship, Small Business Development & Global Logistics, Institute for Global Intercultural Peacebuilding, Multicultural Center, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, OSHA Training Institute, and Urban Community Research Center.
CSUDH is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). A number of CSUDH programs are also accredited by leading agencies representing a range of specialized fields. Learn more about our accreditations.