Important Links and Resources

















 Free Software: Did you know that there is a suite of free software available to you as a student.  Login to MyCSUDH and find the “software Launchpad” for the full suite.  It can all be downloaded remotely.

 Laptop checkout: Students can checkout laptops for FREE:

 University Library Services: Students can use the CSUDH Library's  Text-to-Speech conversion (provided with the support of Division of Information Technology) This alternative way of reading provides students the flexibility to listen to their course reading materials while doing something else at home.  In addition, we know learning/reading needs repetition! Students can easily revisit their reading materials using this service.

 The Writing Center:

The CSUDH Writing Center supports writers at all levels as they prepare, draft, and revise their writing for various courses, departments, and programs. We support all writers across our (virtual) campus, including students, faculty, and staff, and we offer additional services for teachers of writing in all disciplines. 

The CSUDH Writing Center is open for the Fall 2021 semester in an online capacity Monday, August 23rd—Friday, December 10th

Synchronous Online Tutoring Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm (Closed Wednesday 12pm-1pm for staff meetings)
Asynchronous e-Tutoring Hours: Papers can be submitted any time

 Toro Learning and Testing Center:

The TLTC is Now Offering Hybrid Services
Welcome to the Toro Learning and Testing Center (TLTC). The TLTC offers hybrid services, with tutoring services offered both in center and online. Find face to face and online office hours too. Contact us to learn more about what services are offered as we strive to keep our students, families, communities, and ourselves safe and healthy during these difficult times. Please continue to check our website for further updates on center services

Office Hours and Contact Information
Learning Center Hours:

Fall 2021 Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (Virtual Hours)

Location: LIB 1575
Phone: 310-243-3827

 Student Health & Psychological Services:

Student Health Center (SHC) services are now operational reduced hours Monday - Friday.

Students seeking medical care will need to call our general office number 310-243-3629 during our hours of operation, calls will be taken by clinical staff who will determine if the person can be assisted and treated through tele-medicine, or seen in person. Instructions will be given on this call. Please know our doors are locked for safety purposes, but we have staff on-site available to do their best to address your health care needs. Again, call first: 310-243-3629. We have compiled some useful information (financial issues, housing and food assistance, legal help, etc) click here that students may find helpful during this COVID19 crisis. Updates for SHC will also be posted on our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter).

 Student disAbility Resource Center:

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.

The SdRC can be reached by phone at (310) 243-3660, and by email at

 Women's Resource Center:

Student Success Hub, North Library 3500
Phone:(310) 243-2486
Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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

  Veterans Resource Center:

The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) assists military veterans, service members, and their dependents in successfully navigating their college experience. We provide personal and academic advisement, workshops, and holistic personal and professional development opportunities to help students’ transition to CSUDH. We believe veterans possess unique abilities and characteristics that, when nourished, will help them succeed inside and outside of the classroom regardless of their age, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, physical, or mental abilities.