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California State University Dominguez Hills University Outreach and Information Services (310) Centrally located in the South Bay and the heart of Los Angeles CSU Dominguez Hills is a diverse, welcoming community of learners and educators collaborating to change lives and communities for the better
DID YOU KNOW? Medium size campus, ________ Various online programs 42 Undergraduate Majors 24 Graduate Degrees U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 annual “Best Colleges” ranks CSU Dominguez Hills 12th among the most ethnically diverse universities in the West offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees. CSU Dominguez Hills is among the “Top 50 Safest Universities in California” as ranked by stateUniversity.com (2013). Our online Bachelor of Nursing Program (BSN) ranked 14th on the GetEducated.com’s “18 Most Affordable Online Nursing Degrees” list (2013). CSU Dominguez Hills was a Presidential Award finalist and named to the Corporation for National and Community Service President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll (2013). The U.S. Department of Education has once again ranked CSUDH as one of the nation’s most affordable schools. With college tuition on the rise, CSUDH continues to offer students an outstanding value for a respected degree.
Enrollment by Ethnicity African-American: 19.4% Asian: 11.2% Hispanic: 51.1% Pacific Islander:.5% Native-Indian:.3% White: 14.2% Two or More Races: 3.3% CSUDH ADMISSION INFORMATION Fall 2014 Summary Student Profile Average GPA: 3.07 Average ACT: 17 Average SAT: 850 (Fall 2013 entering class) Number of Majors 45 Undergraduate 22 Graduate Popular Majors Business Administration Biology Child Development Communications Criminal Justice Administration Health Science Kinesiology Liberal Studies Nursing* Psychology Sociology *only for transfer applicants with RN licensure Gender Female: 61.5% Male: 38.5% First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Applicants15,80211,303 Admitted7,6818,425 Enrolled1,3402,710 (Data as of 9/8/14)
Housing CSUDH offers apartment style housing: Two or Three-Bedroom Double* $5,898 One-Bedroom Double * $8,142 Three-Bedroom Single $9,516 *Double refers to two persons per bedroom Online application: housing.csudh.edu Priority application deadline May 15, 2015 Application fee: $30 Security deposit deadline: $300 by May 29, 2015 Housing is not mandatory for students Athletics NCAA Division II Teams Women’s Team: Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Track & Field (Indoor & Outdoor), and Volleyball Men’s Team: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, and Soccer Get the most of your CSUDH experience Student Services IncludeStudent Services Include: ● Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) * Must meet established guidelines ● Career Planning and Placement ● Disabled Student Services ● Toro Learning Center (TLC) ● Internships ● Multicultural Center ● Student Health and Psychological Services ● Study Abroad Program ● Veteran’s Center ● Women’s Center
LIFE BEYOND THE CLASSROOM! Passport to Leadership A series of educational and developmental workshops that trains CSU Dominguez Hills students to become campus leaders and effective agents within their community. Clubs & Organizations Students have over 70+ student clubs and organizations to choose from. Volunteer Opportunities Students are needed to assist with implementing campus- wide such as Welcome Week, New Student Orientations, Unity Fest, and Commencement. Greek Life Go Greek! Joining a Greek organization is an excellent way to meet people, get acclimated to campus life, gain important leadership skills, have fun, and establish life-long friendships. Service Learning Internships and Civic Engagement (SLICE) Students who work with SLICE are provided with various community engagement opportunities. Through SLICE projects, students apply what they are learning in the classroom in the real-world. CSUDH’s Student Government Body Leadership skills Advocacy and representation Communication and public speaking Experience preparing and chairing meetings
CSUDH IS NOT AN IMPACTED CAMPUS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN Requirements at a Glance To qualify for admission to CSUDH, a first- time freshman must: Be a high school graduate Have a qualifiable eligibility indexeligibility index Have completed with grades of "C" or better each of the courses in the comprehensive pattern of college preparatory subject requirements. Courses must be completed prior to the first enrollment in the California State University.subject requirements. Admissions TimeLine October 1-November 30 Priority application filing period February 15 Missing application documents deadline May 1 Deadline line to submit Intent to Enroll at My.CSUDH.EDU Enrollment deposit is not required May 2 Deadline to take the EPT/ELM test May 15 Deadline to submit additional financial aid documents July 15 Deadline to submit official high school transcript showing date of graduation All admission deadlines must be met in order to remain eligible for enrollment.
CSUDH IS NOT AN IMPACTED CAMPUS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR UPPER DIVISION TRANSFER STUDENTS Requirements at a Glance 1.Have completed 60 transferable semester units (90 quarter units) 2.Have completed at least 30 semester (45 quarter) units of general education courses, graded C or better in each course including the “The Golden Four: One Written Communication course One Oral Communication One Critical Thinking/Logic course One Mathematics/quantitative reasoning with intermediate algebra as prerequisite. 3.Have a grade point average of 2.00 or better in all transferable college units attempted 4.Be in good standing at the last college or university attended (i.e. eligible to re–enroll at that college or university). *BSN applicants refer to for additional admission criteria.www.csudh.edu/cps/son/bsn/admission criteria. Admissions TimeLine October 1-November 30 Priority application filing period March 15 Missing application documents deadline May 1 Intent to Enroll at My.CSUDH.EDU Enrollment deposit is not required May 15 Deadline to submit additional financial aid documents July 15 Document deadline for undergraduates. All official college transcripts through spring are due All admission deadlines must be met in order to remain eligible for enrollment.
CSUDH SCHOLARSHIPS CSUDH offers three Premier Scholarship Programs: Presidential Scholarship Covers full fees High School Graduates: Minimum of 3.5 GPA, Minimum 1000 SAT I or 25 ACT Transfer Students: 3.4 GPA and 44 transferable units Katherine Loker Scholarship Amount: $4000 Minimum of 3.0 GPA Honors Scholarship Amount: $2,500-$3,000 High School Graduates: Minimum of 3.4 GPA, Minimum 1000 SAT I or 25 ACT Transfer Students: 3.2 GPA University Scholarships Scholarship programs available exclusively to CSUDH students. Anne Peters Memorial Scholarship Breedlove Family Scholarship British Petroleum California State University, Dominguez Hills Alumni Scholarship Carol Tubbs Dance Scholarship College of Business And Public Policy Scholarships CSU Future Scholars CSUDH Faculty & Staff Scholarship Dr. Lois W. Chi-Emeritus Faculty Association Science Scholarship Graduate Equity Fellowships Jack Kilfoil Scholarship in History James and Jocelyn Lyons Scholarship Jamina O. Barnes Memorial Scholarship Jubilee Choir Scholarship AND SO MANY MORE……. For a full list and complete details please visit:
Visit US! We offer a number of options for visiting our campus: Campus Tours (310) – Individual tours – Group visits – Schedule a tour online at Univision Feria de Educación – Saturday October 11, 2014 Discover Dominguez Hills Counselors Day – Thursday, October 16, 2014 – Register online at A Day at Dominguez Open House – Saturday, November 1, 2014 – Register online at Explore Dominguez for Admitted Students – Saturday, April 18, 2015
Contact Information University Outreach Office (310) Jackie Chavez Outreach Counselor (310) Patricia Enyekwe Akudinobi International and Veteran Outreach Counselor (310) Christina Rios Associate Director (310) Vince Flowers Outreach Counselor Michael P. Smith Assistant Director (310) Tania Garcia Outreach Counselor (310) Pilar Simi Outreach Counselor (310) Yolanda Hurte Outreach Administrative Services Coordinator (310)