On Campus Resources

CSU Dominguez Hills offers a wide range of resources to help you find your home at CSUDH. As a campus, we have worked together to support undocumented students in their personal and academic success. The following offices are campus partners that we collaborate include but not limited to:

  • Student Health & Psychological Services (SHPS)
    • (SHPS) offer a variety of services for students which are designed to promote your physical and emotional well-being.
  • Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
    • As an EOP student, you can receive services such as counseling, tutoring, academic advising, financial aid advising, and peer mentoring services
  • Encounter to Excellence (ETE)
    • A no-cost program open to incoming freshman who need to take developmental courses in English and math, Encounter to Excellence prepares you for a successful first year at CSUDH.
  • Toro Learning & Testing Center (TLTC)
    • (TLTC) offers a variety of academic support to all currently enrolled CSU Dominguez Hills students. The center promotes student self-responsibility for academic success.
  • Undocumented Student Ally Coalition (USAC)
    • (USAC) consists of students, staff, faculty, and administrators who discuss, advocate, and raise awareness of undocumented student issues.
  • Espíritu de Nuestro Futuro (ENF)
    • E.N.F (Espiritu de Nuestro Futuro) is a recognized student group at CSUDH. E.N.F. advocates, protects, and supports the rights of undocumented students' access to higher education.
  • Career Center
    • The Career Center offers a variety of career development opportunities for CSUDH students such as: search for internships & jobs, crafting resumes, practice interviews, graduate school preparation, career counseling among many other resources.
  • Admissions & Records
    • The Office of Records & Registration connects you to information, resources and services to help guide you through your semesters here at CSUDH.
  • Financial Aid
    • Here you'll find information on applying for financial aid, scholarships, and more. You can also seek the support services from their Cal Grant, CA DREAM Act Financial Aid Specialist.
  • University Advisement Center (UAC)
    • The (UAC) handles such things as GE advising, overall graduation requirements, academic probation and disqualification advising, remedial English and Math requirements, mandatory freshman advising, and university policies and procedures.

Off-Campus Resources

  • Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund
    • MALDEF is the nation's leading Latino legal civil rights organization. MALDEF promotes social change through advocacy, communications, community education, and litigation in the areas of education, employment, immigrant rights, and political access.
  • National Immigration Legal Services Directory
    • Only nonprofit organizations that provide free or low-cost immigration legal services by state, county, or detention facility are included in this directory.
  • National Immigration Law Center
    • The National Immigration Law Center (NILC) is one of the leading organizations in the U.S. exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of low-income immigrants.
  • Asian American Advancing Justice
    • Advancing Justice - LA provides legal information, counseling and representation to individuals, especially those who speak little or no English, on the telephone or in person.
  • Educators for Fair Consideration
    • E4FC's mission is to empower undocumented young people to achieve educational and career goals through personal, institutional and policy transformation.
  • United We Dream
    • United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation. Their powerful nonpartisan network is made up of over 100,000 immigrant youth and allies and 55 affiliate organizations in 26 states.
  • Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition
    • The (LBIRC) offers legal assistance and provides access to resources and information on immigration issues. The Coalition today works with various groups in the city and state to achieve its mission of a more just immigration policy for all.
  • Catholic Charities of Los Angeles
    • Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project is a branch of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles. They provide different services to their clients under the Community Education Program, the Direct Representation Program, the Pro Bono Program, and the Affordable Services Program. 
  • Central American Resource Center
    • CARECEN is committed to providing high-quality, affordable immigration legal services. Many of their services can be provided without an attorney consultation or appointment.
  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles
    • CHIRLA 's aim is to provide immigration legal services at low-cost to its members.
  • Undocumedia
    • UndocuMedia is a tool used to disseminate information, through various forms of media, which pertains to legislation that addresses the undocumented community.
  • My Undocumented Life
    • My Undocumented Life blog is to provide up-to-date information and resources to undocumented immigrants.