Considering which university to attend is probably one of the most important life decisions a student can make; and, choosing California State University Dominguez Hills is already a giant step in the right direction, whether you are a first time freshman student or a transfer student. Choosing the right major for you is equally as important, and we urge you to consider one of the many majors or minors within the College of Arts and Humanities; or, perhaps you're considering graduate school or a certificate program. Whatever your choice, we've provided some useful links to assist you on your way.
The Office of Admissions and Records is responsible for determining student eligibility for admission to, and graduation from, the university.
Please click here for more information on office location and hours, how to apply, how to check your admissions status and to keep abreast of important admissions deadlines.
Associated Students, Incorporated (ASI)
ASI is a nonprofit membership association and auxiliary organization of the California State University, Dominguez Hills.
It operates as the student governance on campus and student members serve on a variety of committees on campus that impact student life.
ASI also offers a variety of services to students such as, information on student health insurance, dental insurance, movie tickets, a laptop loan program, and more.
The University Catalog is one of the most important documents in assisting you in your navigation through the academic process.
Browse through the catalog and become familiar with the campus and student life.
It's worth the investment of your time.
Disabled Student Services and Veterans' Affair
The Office of Disabled Student Services and Veterans' Affairs is available to assist students with disabilities, veterans and veterans' dependents in reaching their educational goals.
Services include Disability Management Advising, Disabled parking, Priority Registration, Course Test Accommodations Writer Services, Reader Services, Taped Textbooks, Note Takers, Tutoring Services, Time Management Training, and more.
For Veterans, there is Pre-admission Advisement, Community Referral Services, Veteran's Benefit Counseling, Information on Legislation Affecting Veterans, Special Admission Information, and a tutorial assistance program for veterans experiencing academic problems.
Click here for more detailed information.
For many students, financial aid could mean the difference between getting a higher education, or going without.
Please click here for information on applying for financial aid, deadlines, searching for scholarships.
The Office of Student Development graduation provides a variety of services to the campus and students.
Students may avail themselves of career counseling, employment services and psychological counseling.
Perhaps you are interested in living on campus. University Housing is available to eligible students.
Some of the features of our housing area include: fully furnished apartments; full kitchen with stove and refrigerator; PC and Mac computer lab with free Internet and e-mail access; patios or balconies; free basic cable access provided in each unit; all utilities included in rental fees (except telephone service); telephone outlets in each bedroom; non-smoking units; year-round living options; basketball and volleyball courts; new refurbished weight room; lounge, study and recreational facilities; 24-hour live-in staff; and more.