CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY DOMINGUEZ HILLS

United States, California

Established in 1960, California State University Dominguez Hills is a public post-secondary educational institution located in Carson, California, that falls under the California State University system. Home to more than 17,000 students, the university offers 46 undergraduate and 23 post-graduate level programs through its five main schools of arts and humanities, business administration and public policy, international education, health and nursing, and natural and behavioral sciences. The university is known for its nationally accredited courses in clinical sciences, computer science, education, public administration, social work, and more. The small class size and a student-teacher ratio of 26:1 make sure every student is benefitted in an optimum way.

Campus Life

California State University Dominguez Hills has a vibrant 346 acres of campus area which is well equipped with amenities to serve it is students, staff members, and the local community as well. The campus facilities include a 250 seater Claudia Hampton lecture hall, computer-based laboratories, Loker Student Union, the university library, and more. The library is a 1,40,000 square foot facility with 1600 reader stations, 250 computer workstations, an events center, an art gallery, and more. The students are also encouraged to take part in sports and make use of the athletics and fitness facilities available. Student clubs and organizations provide an opportunity to explore different areas of interest and develop different skills that help them grow.

Noted Alumni

The university has over 1,00,000 alumni, most of whom live within 25 miles of the campus. Some notable alumni names include Emmy nominated actor Jeff Coopwood, Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist Steffan Tubbs, and community activist Sweet Alice Harris among many more.