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CSUDH Scholarships

CSUDH offers a wide range of scholarship programs to help deserving students finance their degrees. All economic and academic backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.


CSUDH Career Center

The CSUDH Career Center provides services and resources for all students and alumni to help identify skills, interests, explore career opportunities and professional development. Learn more about how they can support you along your career journey. 

CSUDH Writing Center

The CSUDH Writing Center supports students at all levels and at any stage of the writing process as you prepare, draft, revise and polish your writing. Learn about the services they offer such as individual tutoring sessions, group workshops for writers, and more. 

CSUDH Toro Learning & Testing Center (TLTC)

The CSUDH Toro Learning & Testing Center has a variety of free academic support services for help in CSUDH courses such as peer tutoring and group study sessions. The TLTC also offers proctoring services and administers exams such as the Graduate Writing Exam (GWE), Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), and GRE subject exams. Learn how you can be supported by each service.


CSUDH Institutional Review Board (IRB) for the Protection of Human Subjects

Note: Subject recruitment and data collection may not be initiated prior to formal written approval from the CSUDH Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects.

The CSUDH Institutional Review Board is a committee comprised of faculty, staff, and community members who review research studies that involve the use of human subjects. The purpose of the IRB is to protect the rights of human research subjects by ensuring compliance with university and governmental regulations.

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training - CSUDH Information and Instructions for CITI

Responsible Conduct of Research is defined as "the practice of scientific investigation with integrity." It involves the awareness and application of established professional norms and ethical principles in the performance of all activities related to scientific research.

Podcast- Things Undergraduate Students Should Know About Research Assistantships

Are you an undergraduate student thinking about engaging in research?

Are you a professor thinking about working with a student research assistant to support your research?

The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) is excited to premiere “Things Undergraduate Students Should Know About Research Assistantships”, a podcast created and hosted by Angelica Smith (scholar) & Dr. Bianca Murillo (professor) from the CSUDH Department of History!! Through this very important conversation, the goal is to increase and encourage faculty-mentored research on campus. This podcast will address what to expect from undergraduate research assistantships, how to get involved, and the benefits from the professor and the student’s perspective. Tune in!

Tune into the PODCAST HERE!

Things Undergrad Student Should Know About Research Assistantships