Alumni

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Show your Toro Pride and stay connected to the Toro Community – join the CSUDH Alumni Association. Membership is free! Our members are committed to being a part of the university community even after graduation – and with over 100,000 graduates, CSUDH’s alumni are a force to be reckoned with!

The Alumni Association is a major supporter of many campus programs, and works to spotlight the achievements of CSUDH graduates to our current students. A free lifetime membership also lets you take advantage of a wide range of discounts and affinity programs. And did we mention that all of this is FREE for any CSUDH graduate? Join us today!

male alumn at a previous CSUDH alumni event holds CSUDH license plate gift

Free Membership

It’s free to join the CSUDH Alumni Association – and new members start receiving benefits immediately! Sign up now and get invitations to events, CSUDH activities, affinity partner discounts, and more.


alumni scholarship recipient Aaron Street in front of the sculpture

Give to CSUDH

Support our current Toros! Your tax-deductible contributions are always appreciated – no gift is too big or too small. Best of all, every penny you donate will directly enhance the educational experience of our students.


Map of alumni counts across US states

"After graduating Dominguez Hills, I have continued to work as a Special Education Trainee at an elementary school. I am also working towards becoming an educator in special education and am eager to get there to make more differences in children's lives." - Sara J. (B.S.'19) Los Angeles, CA

I work from home in Los Angeles as a Communications Manager for a VP in Dallas TX. I love my job and happy my CSUDH degree paid off! - Victor R. (B.A. '17) Los Angeles, CA

After graduating from CSUDH. I joined the United States Navy to gain opportunities and see how the military can benefit myself and others across the world. I currently am at my first command VAQ-136, working as a PR (Parachute Rigger) or fully known as an Aircrew Survival Equipment man. I hope to get married soon and move my Carson native fiancé up to Washington for the time being. I hope to finish my Navy career in California, because I definitely miss the California sun. As always I am a Toro. I will never forget the experience and challenges I faced while attending CSUDH. GO TOROS! - Christopher B. (B.A. '18) Oak Harbor, WA

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