Helpful Resources


Academic Support

Toro Learning & Testing Center - (Tutoring)

Students may now schedule tutoring appointments through Toro Success Collaborative (TSC), which can be accessed through

CSUDH Writing Center

The Writing Center offers two types of virtual tutoring: Online (synchronous) and E-Tutoring (asynchronous).

  • Online Tutoring is similar to a normal in-person tutoring session. Once you create an appointment, you will speak with a tutor over video, or through a chat log, to review your writing together. To make an Online Tutoring Appointment, click here.

  • eTutoring is where you submit your draft via our online tutoring platform, and a tutor reviews it and sends it back to you. There is no conversation between you and the tutor, although you can still let them know your main concerns about the paper in the appointment information box when you submit your draft. This is not a proofreading service; the tutor will provide suggestions and respond to your writing as a reader, but they will not make “edits” or “corrections” to your work. To make an E-Tutoring Appointment, click here.

Toro Learning & Testing Center (TLTC)

The Toro Learning and Testing Center offers a variety of academic support to all currently enrolled and matriculated CSU Dominguez Hills students. The Learning Center strives to create an open atmosphere of learning, promote engaged academic scholarship, and to provide students with opportunities to be fully integrated into the rich culture of the university. The Testing Center supports and enhances student success by providing secure and comfortable atmosphere for testing.

CSUDH Writing Center

The CSUDH Writing Center provides individual tutoring sessions for writers at all levels and from all disciplines across the university. Our disciplinarily-trained Writing Associates and Writing Professionals work with writers at all stages of the writing process. The Writing Center offers two types of online tutoring designed to meet your individual preferences and work with your schedule: Online Tutoring and e-Tutoring.

Mental & Emotional Well-Being

Student Psychological Services

Student Psychological Services will temporarily be offering tele-health (which will include telephone and/or video conferencing) in lieu of in-person services. Operating hours are Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., but please call (310) 243-3818 at any time if you are interested in psychological services.


Tiffany Herbert, Ph.D.
Director of Psychological Services

Bruce Wallace, Psy.D.
Staff Psychologist

Mekeisha Buffaloe, Psy.D.
Staff Psychologist

Food & Housing/Shelter Resources

Basic Needs

If you are in need of any services or would like to schedule an appointment with the Basic Needs Coordinator, Morgan Kirk, please schedule a Zoom meeting. If you do not have access to the internet, please specify that you would like to have a phone appointment.


If you are in need of any CalFresh services, they will be providing services to assist you via Zoom, FaceTime, and/or via text. Our hours will be Monday through Thursday 10 am - 2 pm. Call or text: (213) 610-7121. You may also make an appointment by email:

Basic Needs Office

The Basic Needs Program offers a multitude of resources on and off campus that will alleviate basic need challenges such as food, housing, transportation, or mental and health challenges. For more information, visit the Basic Needs website.

Morgan Kirk
Basic Needs Coordinator
(310) 243-334

Emergency Housing

This program serves students experiencing an unforeseen emergency crisis situation who have exhausted all sources of assistance including financial aid grants and loans. The services include short term emergency housing, faculty and staff student support grants, and more.


CalFresh is California's name for the federally funded Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The CalFresh Outreach Program at CSUDH provides application and verification assistance to students who meet CalFresh eligibility requirements. Assistance can be found during drop-in hours or through an appointment.

Toro Food Pantry

The Toro Food Pantry assists and supports CSUDH students who may experience food challenges, such as skipping one or more meals per day. At no cost, CSUDH students are able to visit one of three food pantries that we have on campus and to receive food distribution that they need. Our goal is to eliminate any food insecurities that students are experiencing on campus.

Discrimination, Harassment, & Dating Violence

Equity & Inclusion (Title IX)

The Title IX Office is available during business hours to respond to questions and meet remotely via phone, Zoom, and text. If you would like to speak with us, please contact Title IX Officer, Elizabeth Schrock, via email at To report an incident, please fill out the online form that can be found on the Make a Report page of the Title IX website.

CSUDH's Title IX Office promotes inclusive excellence by ensuring equal access to education and employment for the CSUDH community. The Title IX Office promotes prevention education and provides a response to incidents that occur and complaints made by students and employees.


Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Encouragement (CAPE)

CAPE is providing confidential services via phone, text and zoom. CAPE is using Zoom for tele-health version which provides for more protections and confidentiality than the standard version of the video conferencing software. To schedule a confidential phone, text or zoom appointment with the CAPE Advocate here.

The Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Empowerment (CAPE) provides confidential assistance, support, and education for those impacted by sexual abuse/assault, intimate relationship abuse, stalking, or sexual harassment. The goal of CAPE is to help individuals overcome the negative consequences of abuse in order to accomplish their academic, professional, and personal goals. Our services are available to CSUDH students, staff, and faculty.


Affinity/Resource Centers

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