Student Organizations

Teamwork Starts Here Development Begins Here Leaders Grow Here

Student organizations are an essential part of our campus. They represent the most visible and accessible avenue to student involvement. They provide students with a variety of opportunities to explore their academic, professional, political, social, cultural, religious, and community service interests. These leadership experiences allow students to develop interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills that can contribute to your marketability.

Clubs & Organizations

Welcome to the Clubs & Organizations website for California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH)! Students have over 100 student clubs and organizations to choose from. It is helpful to identify what type of organization you are interested in joining. Our student organizations are responsible for the majority of the programs and events held on campus each year including workshops, lectures, special events, cultural and social events, and conferences.

If you are looking for a particular organization, click on the Clubs & Organization list on Toro Link and find one that suits your interests. If there isn’t one that matches what you are looking for, you can work with the Office of Student Life (OSL) to start a club that meets your needs. In addition to this website, the Office of Student Life is always available to assist you with all of your involvement needs.

Getting involved in a student club or organization enhances your overall experience here at CSUDH. Student clubs and organizations address a wide range of issues, plan a countless number of events and work to improve the overall campus environment. Last year, student organizations planned more than 1,400 meetings, fundraisers, socials, educational workshops and community service events.


So what are you waiting for? It's time to GET INVOLVED!!!

All active clubs and organizations are listed on CSUDH Toro Link

Don't see a club that meets your interest? Start one of your own!

A club is started by at least five students who share a common interest (social, recreational, vocational, educational, cultural or religious). All clubs must have a faculty or staff advisor.

Student groups are allowed to use many campus facilities and resources for free, and they can apply for funding through the Associated Students, Inc. or their organizations commission. Joining/starting a club/organization at CSUDH can really be a step in the right direction for students looking for leadership development opportunities.