On-Campus Support (Non-Confidential)

On-Campus Support (Non-Confidential)

CSUDH departments are more than happy to support anyone overcoming abuse; however, all CSUDH staff (including student staff) and faculty are required to notify the Title IX Officer of any known incidents of sexual misconduct.

This does not mean students cannot ask for help, but be aware that staff and faculty will need to provide the Title IX Office with the student’s name and what type of abuse they have experienced. The purpose of this is to ensure that every student receives support and has the opportunity to report if they wish to do so.

When the Title IX Office receives a notification about a student, they will send an email offering support, resources, and an opportunity to schedule a meeting. It is the student’s decision whether or not they want to file a report/complaint. The student has the option to file a Title IX report at any time. For more information about Title IX click here.

Campus Faculty and Staff

CSUDH faculty and staff are here to provide support for our campus community. Understandably, some people feel most comfortable confiding in their professor, advisor, or other employee. However, keep in mind that faculty and staff (including student staff) are required to report any known incidents of sexual misconduct to the Title IX office.


Student disAbility Resource Center

Phone: (310) 243-3660
Email: dss@csudh.edu
Location: Welch Hall, Room D-180
Website: https://www.csudh.edu/sdrc/

The Student disAbility Resource Center is focused on making sure CSUDH students with disabilities have full access to the university’s educational, cultural, social, and physical facilities and programs. We provide a centralized source for information for students with disabilities, as well as faculty and staff who work with them. Our services are aimed at helping students with disabilities realize their full rights to reasonable accommodations, as well as the ability to advocate for themselves, participate fully in campus and learning environments, and reach their educational goals, including graduation.


Women+s Resource Center

Phone: (310) 243-2486
Email: womensctr2@csudh.edu
Location: Small College Complex, Room 148
Website: https://www.csudh.edu/wrc/

Founded in 1972 and reopened in 2014, the WRC provides a safe space for women to discuss and explore the issues that affect them and their communities. The WRC supports students as they reach toward their personal, academic, and professional success.

The WRC connects the campus and community to a wide range of resources, programs, events, and opportunities designed to empower women of all ages and backgrounds.


Toro Dreamer’s Success Center

Phone: (310) 243-2782
Email: tdsc@csudh.edu
Location: Loker Student Union, Room 110B
Website: https://www.csudh.edu/dream-center/

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 CSUDH. 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.


Queer Culture and Resource Center

Phone: (310) 243-2429
Email: kblackhorn@csudh.edu
Location: Loker Student Union, Room 215

The Queer Culture & Resource Center exists to build awareness, pride, and support for a strong and supported Queer culture and community at CSUDH.


Rose Black Resource Center

Phone: (310) 243-3305
Email: cjermany1@csudh.edu
Location: Loker Student Union, Room 132

The Rose Black Resource Center (RBRC) aims to provide a safe and inclusive space that promotes the academic, cultural, and social development of Black students.


Student Advocate (not CAPE Advocate)

Phone: (310) 243-3822
Email: studentadvocate@csudh.edu
Location: South Academic Complex (SAC), Room 2155
Website: https://www.csudh.edu/academic-affairs/student-advocate/

Working closely with students, the Student Advocate functions on an informal basis, listening, identifying, and reframing issues to assist you in navigating campus resources. They explain relevant policies and procedures to best fit your personal circumstances. Even during difficult times, students should be empowered with the resources to make informed decisions and take a proactive role toward their successful pursuit of a degree. 


University Advising

Phone: (310) 243-3538
Email: uac@csudh.edu
Location: Welch Hall, Room A-220
Website: https://www.csudh.edu/uac/

The mission of the University Advisement Center at CSUDH is to work in partnership with DH students through a collaborative process that identifies the most comprehensive path towards academic success. The UAC is home to professional academic advisors that are an essential academic resource for every DH student. We strive to advance the campus community’s mission of student-centered services by aiding all DH students to persist and matriculate towards degree completion. We endeavor to achieve this mission by employing academic and developmental advising best-practices that positively contributes to the DH student experience.


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