CSUDH Presidential Scholars are selected not only for being excellent students, but for being actively involved in their schools and communities. We nurture these qualities with a range of unique opportunities that engage minds, encourage interaction and enrich our Scholars' CSUDH experience.
Collaborating side-by-side with accomplished faculty, Presidential Scholars have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of unique research projects in the classroom, in the lab, and in the field.
Through the Apprenticeship Program, scholars assist faculty members with gathering data and conducting groundbreaking research across a wide range of disciplines and departments. Participating students have the opportunity to dig deeper into specific areas of study related to their major, build a portfolio of impressive work upon graduation, present papers at key conferences, develop mentoring relationships with their professors, and exchange ideas with the leading minds in their chosen field.
CSUDH Presidential Scholars enjoy ongoing interaction with our campus's most recognized faculty members who lead their fields, and who make themselves available to mentor and guide our Scholars' progress.
CSUDH Presidential Scholars belong to an exceptional community of students from diverse backgrounds who share many common qualities, including a commitment to learning, to their university, and to their communities. As part of this unique fellowship, Presidential Scholars support, challenge and inspire each other to thrive academically and personally.
CSUDH President Hagan takes a personal interest and pride in every Presidential Scholar on campus. Presidential Scholars share their experiences as students and leaders-in-the-making during special lunch engagements with President Hagan, hosted once each semester.
Students recognized as Presidential Scholars represent their University and fellow students as CSUDH ambassadors. In this rewarding role, Scholars have the opportunity to participate in a number of outreach activities to improve their communities, build leadership skills, while inspiring other students to advance their education and reach their potential.
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