Campus Resources

When you need assistance, do you know where to go? Whether it’s help with your resume, getting a flu shot, or having a study space. Most students don’t realize how many resources are actually available at CSUDH. Take a look at these campus resources, take advantage of the resources-you'll be glad you did!

Medical & Wellbeing Resources

BASIC NEEDS PROGRAM 

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.

CENTER FOR ADVOCACY, PREVENTION, & EMPOWERMENT (CAPE)

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.

STUDENT DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER

The Student disAbility Resource Center provides parking needs, test accommodations, reading/writing services, volunteer note-takers, interpreting services for the hearing impaired, and any other adjustments to give every student the right to a proper education.

STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES 

Student Health Services provide basic outpatient services for the diagnosis and treatment of acute and subacute illnesses and injuries.

Student Support Resources

AMERICAN INDIAN INSTITUTE 

The American Indian Institute provides support and builds a college culture among Native American families through a series of l educational initiatives throughout the year to promote better understanding of indigenous cultures across the campus and in our communities, as well as providing experiential learning opportunities for our students.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES

The International Students Services (ISS) office provides services to international students on F-1 visas.

MALE SUCCESS ALLIANCE 

The Male Success Alliance hosts a variety of programs and services designed to equip men with the tools necessary for post-secondary success. These include workshops, peer-led study halls, leadership development retreats, civic engagement opportunities, graduate school exploration, and cultural field trips.

OLDER ADULT CENTER 

The Older Adult Center (OAC) serves as a support system for older students on campus, but provides a warm and friendly atmosphere for people of all ages.

VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER 

The Veterans Resource Center assists military veterans, service members, and their dependents in successfully navigating their college experience. They provide advisors, mentors, academic workshops, and holistic personal and professional development opportunities to help students’ transition to the university. 

WOMEN+S RESOURCE CENTER 

The Women+s Resource Center advances gender equity, social justice, and an inclusive campus climate through co-curricular programming, support services, and opportunities designed to empower women of all backgrounds.

Affinity Centers

ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER CENTER...Coming Soon

LATINX CENTER... Coming Soon

QUEER CULTURE & RESOURCE CENTER 

The Queer Culture & Resource Center is a space for the campus to come together, find support, and build connections and relationships to queer culture, people, and programs.

ROSE BLACK RESOURCE CENTER

The Rose Black Resource Center improves the collegiate experience and educational outcomes of Black students by providing a network of academic, personal, and professional support services and culturally-relevant programming.

TORO DREAMERS SUCCESS CENTER 

The Toro Dreamers Success Center offers a range of programs and services to educate the campus community and support undocumented students’ access, persistence, graduation, and post-graduate pursuits.