Students used to have to stand in line to get things done. Our students go online to check grades, correspond with professors, pay for tuition, and register for classes.
MyCSUDH offers students an easy way to register for classes, obtain access to their records (schedule, grades, transcript), check financial aid, account balance, search for classes, and more. You can use MyCSUDH to access information from your home, office, public library, the student computer labs, or anywhere in the world.
Student E-mail (toroMail)
Your toroMail account is an official line of communications with the university. Watch for notices about registration schedules, financial aid awards, and assignments from your professors. Use your toroMail account to send notes to your professors, classmates, and off-campus friends.
Log on to Blackboard to check out your Web-based course or class.
Academic Affairs offers many academic resources for students, from academic calendars to class schedules.
Find out important dates to plan your semester.
The University Advisement Center (UAC) provides academic advising for new freshmen, undeclared majors, and students who are exceptions to regular admissions policies (special admits). The UAC assists students in the selection of their majors and minors, and those who have concerns about academic regulations or procedures, graduation requirements, community college course equivalencies, concurrent enrollment and other topics. Students who have declared a major and minor (when needed) should see their major/minor advisor for class scheduling and other advising issues.
ASI (Associated Students, Inc.)
Associated Students, Inc. offers students leadership opportunities that enhance student life at CSUDH.
Order textbooks, purchase software, or get cash for your books.
The Career Center offers counseling, career, and employment services for students by providing help on a first name basis.
Plan your semester by choosing what classes to take to meet your educational goal.
Search for classes by term, session, course subject, and course number.
Discover what your College has to offer.
Find out information on Commencement
Take the right path to your degree!
Degree Roadmaps are available to serve as a guide for students’ academic planning. Degree roadmaps are NOT a replacement for academic advising. Students are encouraged to meet with an advisor each semester to assist in planning and review their progress. Without proper planning the path to a degree can be difficult!
Do you need contact information for the Accounting Department or Theatre Arts? Find all the contacts you need: General Contacts, Academic Services Contacts, Admissions Contacts, Athletic Contacts, Emergency Contacts, Faculty & Staff.
Named by Forbes magazine as one of the top 20 “Cyber” universities, CSUDH offered its first distance learning degree in 1974 and has the largest distance learning program in the CSU system. Dominguez Hills currently offers eight degrees, five certificates, and hundreds of courses available via distance learning.
See if you qualify for financial aid.
Frequently Asked Questions
You have questions. We have answers.
Find out the costs and benefits to live on campus. Check out the University Housing Web site.
Submit a help desk request online.
Check out updated information on where to park on campus.
Make the most of your time at California State University, Dominguez Hills by getting involved with the various student organizations on campus.
Students come first. Student Affairs offers a wide range of programs and services that are specifically designed to provide each student with a well-rounded educational experience.
The Office of Student Life encourages students to get involved in leadership and networking opportunities by increasing school pride through various events on campus.
CLASS is the tutoring center at CSUDH. We offer CSUDH students a variety of free academic services such as individual tutoring, group tutoring, online tutoring and access to tutorial software. In addition, we also have study spaces and computer workstations for student use.
Request a transcript through Admissions and Records.
Check out the University catalog to get information about academic programs we offer.