Welcome to the MyCSUDH Portal!

The MyCSUDH Portal is the gateway for guiding our students, faculty and staff to information and resources important to daily activities at CSU Dominguez Hills. Your portal login is your MyCSUDH campus network account user ID and password. Once you log into the portal, you will have access to information that is relevant specifically to you, based on your campus credentials.

Students should consider the portal as their first stop for viewing announcements related to registration, financial aid and more. Through the portal, you are only one click away from accessing services such as Student Center, your e-mail (toroMail), lynda.com Online Training and Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS).

Faculty and staff can take advantage of the portal to access HR Self-Service, Faculty Center, Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS), lynda.com Online Training, campus e-mail, and more.

Are You a First-time User?

Let's help get you started:

  • First, you need a campus network account.
  • Visit DHNET Password Management to change your password or to create your security questions if needed.
  • Verify that the internet browser you are using is one of the MyCSUDH supported browsers.
  • NOTE: Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 (IE 10) is not currently a supported browser. Please use a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer or switch to another browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari. If you need additional assistance, please contact the Helpdesk at 310-243-2500 or extension 2500.

Access the MyCSUDH portal by clicking on “Login to: MyCSUDH” above or by typing https://csudh.service-now.com/ into your supported web browser. Use your MyCSUDH campus network account user ID and password to log in.

Need Help?

Our I.T. Help Desk is always available to provide personal assistance or address any problems you encounter. You can call them at 310-243-2500 or stop by the Helpdesk in the South Library. You can report problems online anytime by visiting I.T. User Services Ticketing System and opening a support case.