Student Resources

Health & Well-Being

Need emergency housing or food?

Contact the Basic Needs Program via phone 310.243.3349 or through email and visit their website

Need to apply for Cal Fresh?

CalFresh Assistance 

If you have a concern or are concerned about a CSUDH student, please submit a CARE referral.

The CSUDH Campus Awareness, Response, & Education (CARE) team is a multi-disciplinary group of campus officials that work in a proactive and collaborative approach to respond to non-emergency concerns. The CARE team works to intervene early and develop appropriate courses of action for referred students. 

Are you experiencing sexual abuse/assault, intimate relationship abuse, stalking, or sexual harassment and need support?

Contact The Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Empowerment (CAPE) via phone 310.243.2567 or through email and visit the website

Need to report discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking?

Call the Office of Equity & Inclusion (OEI) via phone 310.243.3492 or through email and visit the website

Feeling sick or need health care?

Call Student Health Center 310.243.3629 or visit the website

Need Psychological Counseling Services?

Call Student Psychological Services 310.243.3818 or visit the website

Need accommodations or services for a disability?

Contact the Student disAbility Resource Center via phone 310.243.3660 or email and visit the website

Financial Support

Need an emergency grant?

Apply for the I heart Toros, Stay in School Grant at and Search for “ I Heart, Stay in School Grant”

Need to apply for financial aid, scholarship, grant, or student loans?

Contact Financial Aid & Scholarship Office via phone 310.243.3691 or email and website

Support Services

Are you a first year student of support and resources?

Contact the Dominguez Hills First-Year Experience by visiting the following website

Need childcare?

Contact the Child Development Center 310.243.1015 and visit the website

Looking for a job, internship, or volunteer opportunity? or need help with your resume?

Contact the Career Center 310.243.3625 or email and visit website

Want to sign up for ride sharing, purchase a bus pass or parking permit?

Contact University Parking Department via phone 310.243.3725 and visit website

Need someone to escort you to class or the parking lot?

Contact University Police & Parking Department 310.243.3639 and visit the website

Academic Support

Need academic advising for your classes or major?
Need tutoring assistance?

Contact the Toro Learning and Testing Center (TLTC) via phone 310.243.3827 or email and visit the website

Need help with essay or writing skills?

Contact the Writing Center via phone 310.243.3400 and visit the website

Need support with computer programs, apps, or technology support?

Contact Information Technology (I.T.) 310.243.2500 and visit the website


Have a 911 emergency?

Call University Police at 911 or 310.243.3333

Medical Emergencies
  • Medical Emergencies: 9-1-1 (Emergencies ONLY)
  • Harbor/UCLA Medical Center Medical Emergency Team: (310) 222-2345
  • University Police: (310) 243-3639 (Business)

Psychological Emergencies
  • Call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline 988
  • Crisis Counseling: 741-741 (text Start to talk to a Crisis Counselor)
  • The Trevor Project (LGBTQ) 24-Hour Hotline: 866.488.7386

Need information about local resources and services

Dial 211 or visit

Faculty & Staff


LifeMatters is a free employee assistance program offered to California State University, Dominguez Hills. Eligible employees and any members of their household, including dependents living away from home, have 24-hour access to confidential services that support emotional well-being, safety and productivity in the workplace. 

For more information, please visit the Life Matters Website, Employee Code: dhtoros. You can also contact Life Matters 24/7 at 1-800-367-7474. Note EAP LifeMatters services is for stateside employees only.

Please call Payroll Services and Benefits at (310)243-3769 for additional questions on LifeMatters.


This resource guide [PDF] is a reference to resources that are available to you as you teach, advise, mentor, and guide students toward success.


The Red Folder provides tips for how to approach a student who may be in distress and connect that student with the appropriate resource.

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