Current Students

Students used to have to stand in line to get things done. Now, CSUDH students can go online to check grades, correspond with professors, pay for tuition, register for classes, and more.

  • My.CSUDH 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.

  • ToroMail (Student Email) - 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.

  • Blackboard - Log on to check out your Web-based coursees or classes.

  • Academic Affairs - Academic resources for students, from academic calendars to class schedules.

  • Academic Calendar - Find out important dates; plan your semester.

  • ASI (Associated Students, Inc.) - Student leadership opportunities that enhance student life at CSUDH.

  • Bookstore - Order textbooks, purchase software, or get cash for your books.

  • Campus Tutoring Center - Offers a variety of free academic services such as individual or group tutoring, online tutoring, access to tutorial software, study spaces, and computer workstations for students.

  • Career Center - Counseling, career, and employment services for students.

  • Class Schedule - Plan your semester; choose the classes to meet your educational goals.

  • Class Search - Search for classes by term, session, course subject, and course number.

  • Colleges - Discover what your College has to offer.

  • Commencement - Information about CSUDH Commencement ceremonies.

  • Degree Roadmaps - Degree Roadmaps 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.

  • Department Contacts - Do you need contact information for the Accounting Department or Theatre Arts? Find all the contacts you need here.

  • Distance Learning - 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. CSUDH currently offers 9 degrees and multiple certificate programs and courses online.

  • Extended and International Education - Offers degree, certificate, and credential programs and individual credit and noncredit courses to students in Southern California and worldwide via distance learning. Also offers organizational training, inbound and outbound international programs, and summer, spring and winter intersession courses.

  • Financial Aid - Comprehensive financial aid information.
    • Check for your financial aid award: Log into My.CSUDH.edu to find out if your aid is ready, or if you still need to submit documents.

  • Frequently Asked Questions - You have questions. We have answers.

  • Housing - Find out the costs and benefits of living on campus.

  • International Students - Information center for international students at CSUDH.

  • IT Service Portal - Submit an IT help desk request online.

  • Parking Announcements - Check out updated information on campus parking.

  • Student Affairs - Programs and services designed to provide each student with a well-rounded educational experience.

  • Student Finanical Services - Flexible payment plans and acceptance of payments by mail, My.CSUDH, e-check, or credit card.

  • Student Life - The Office of Student Life encourages students to get involved in leadership and networking opportunities through various events and student organizations on campus.

  • Transcript Requests - Request a transcript through Admissions and Records.

  • University Advisement Center - Academic advising; 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.

  • University Catalog - Information about academic programs CSUDH offers.