Grand opening of three new buildings highlights CSUDH’s transformation into a model urban university.
Dean Joseph Wen leads the College of Business Administration and Public Policy into an exciting new era.
CSUDH celebrates the addition of three state-of-the-art new academic facilities to campus.
CSUDH Fab Lab students partner with Toyota to create real-life versions of the automaker’s annual Dream Car Contest winners.
The arrival of the Spring 2022 semester was to have finally brought the Toro community to a goal we’ve been pursuing for almost two years—welcoming the majority of our students back to campus.
California’s 2021-22 state budget includes $60 million earmarked for CSUDH, to help fund campus revitalization efforts.
Signing of Town and Gown agreement strengthens the bond between CSUDH and the City of Carson.
CSUDH landscapers revamp the campus’s green spaces—and create a more sustainable environment for future generations.
Associated Students, Inc. President Jonathan Molina Mancio shares his thoughts about CSUDH and his excitement for its future.
Director C. Augustus “Gus” Martin will lead the school, housed in the College of Business Administration and Public Policy.
Three deans step into new roles at CSUDH, ready to support student success.
L.A. artist Mark Steven Greenfield aims to inspire students with his vibrant, abstract murals.
CSUDH welcomes the Latinx Cultural Resource Center and the Asian and Pacific Cultural Center to campus.
CSUDH was awarded millions in grants during 2021, which will fund outreach efforts, new equipment, research studies, and more.
CSUDH political science professor David Dixon will serve as the first L.G. Chaffee Endowed Chair.
Mary Talusan Lacanlale uses music to share Filipino history and culture with a younger generation.
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Dena Freeman-Patton steps into her new role as CSUDH director of athletics.
16 students received the CSUDH Alumni Scholarship in 2021-2022, the most in a single year.
Successful business school graduate sets his sights on helping the next generation of Toros thrive.
CSUDH received donations totaling $8.3 million from generous alumni, corporations, and foundations during 2020-2021.
The company’s generous donation of $5 million will help create a new institute to address equity gaps in computing education.
Alumna credits CSUDH for her success in helping new Los Angeles Dodgers acclimate to careers in baseball.
While the whole world was asleep, the caterpillar was awake, working towards becoming a butterfly.– Matshona Dhliwayo
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