The mission of the Toro Dreamers Success Center (TDSC) is to serve, support, and advocate for the academic, professional, and personal development and success of all undocumented students at CSU Dominguez Hills. We serve as a resource and provide a safe and welcoming environment for undocumented students and their allies. The TDSC offers a range of programs and services to educate the campus community and support undocumented students’ access, persistence, graduation, and post-graduate pursuits.

Toro Dreamers Success Center

Welcome!

California State University, Dominguez Hills is proud to welcome you to our campus. As an institution that embraces and celebrates diversity in all its forms, we aim to support the academic, professional, and personal development of undocumented students and be a resource for undocumented immigrant students and their families. All California State University campuses welcome and support students without regard to their immigration status. The CSU system will continue to make every effort to provide a safe and welcoming campus environment for all our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the community. We are a university that prides itself in inclusion. Anything that diminishes one member of our community diminishes us all. Undocumented students currently enrolled at CSUDH continue to be important and valued members of our community.

Mission

The mission of the Toro Dreamers Success Center (TDSC) is to serve, support, and advocate for the academic, professional, and personal development and success of all undocumented students at CSU Dominguez Hills. We serve as a resource and provide a safe and welcoming environment for undocumented students and their allies. The TDSC offers a range of programs and services to educate the campus community and support undocumented students’ access, persistence, graduation, and post-graduate pursuits.

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Resources for Undocumented Students

In an effort to provide additional resources for students and campuses, the Chancellor’s Office has relaunched a website on Resources for Undocumented Students. The information includes admission process, financial aid, campus support, legal support services, overview of AB540/2000 and the California Dream Act, systemwide communications, and other resources that include organizations such as the ACLU, National Immigration Law Center, Immigrant Legal Resource Center and federal government agencies. View CSU Resources for Undocumented Students [pdf].

Prospective & Current Students

Prospective & Current

The information here is intended to provide prospective and current CSUDH undocumented students with important information about how to access the university, as well as important financial resources to support your success and ease your experience at our institution.

Resources

Resources

CSU Dominguez Hills offers a wide range of resources to help you find your home at CSUDH.

FAQ's for Students & Allies

FAQ's for Students & Allies

This is where you can find important information about  state policies, financial aid, scholarships, and where to find student, staff, and faculty allies on campus at CSUDH.

Upcoming Events

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EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Nov. 2: CA DREAM Act Application Workshop

1pm-2pm  Welch Hall F144

Nov. 8: Intro to Handshake: Career Center Workshop

2pm-3pm   Welch Hall 360

Come visit us at the Toro Dreamers Success Center located at LSU-110A.