"Looking back on my success at CSU Dominguez Hills brings me a feeling of joy that cannot be replaced because of the connection I shared with all of the wonderful people along the way. CSU Dominguez Hills was a sanctuary to me, and I loved that I was able to become the best student athlete I could be in an environment where I had everything I needed to be successful."
WHITNEY LEE (2011-13)
2-time All-CCAA Selection
Community service provides our student-athletes the opportunity to use their skills and talents to help those in need and to support local and regional non‐profit organizations. Service is an integral part of our students’ learning experiences, and contributes to their social and intellectual growth and development. We believe this is critical, and provides our student-athletes with the tools they need to become active members of local, regional and global communities. It also helps CSUDH athletics build and strengthen vital relationships in our community that support our program and winning values.
IMPACTING CHILDREN'S LIVES
CSUDH Athletics partnered with Team Impact to connect with children
in the community that are fighting serious and chronic illnesses.
CSUDH partners with the City of Carson to host the 2015 Special Olympics, promoting unity and diversity.
SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY
Hear from the Sharefest Summer Youth Development Academy on CSUDH's role in teaching leadership and other new skills.
DIG FOR A CURE
The CSUDH Volleyball team honors cancer survivors and fighters with Dig for a Cure, a tribute to the friends and family lost to the disease.
We're proud to support the dreams of our student-athletes. Our coaches, administrators, professors and campus support staff work to empowering our student-athletes to preform at a high level academically and athletically.
Student-athletes are representatives of the CSU Dominuez Hills athletics department, and as such, are amongst the most visible students on campus and in our community. As Toros, playing collegiate athletics creates a unique opportunity to be a role model in our community, and a mentor for young people.
We're committed to excellence, and to developing leaders and responsible citizens that are difference makers in our community. This is made possible because of the support and involvement of our active alumni and corporate partners. We thank you for supporting our student-athletes and CSUDH.
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We Are Toros is an athletics engagement and growth initiative that supports our successful base of student-athlete alumni, and our valued local and regional business partners. We Are Toros builds on a strong belief that at CSUDH, you're never just a number. You are family.
Through We Are Toros, we're developing mutually beneficial programs to support our family of alums and partners, that also helps us continue to win and develop tomorrow's leaders. Leaders that believe when it comes to their potential, the sky is the limit.
When it comes to our students, alumni, coaches, partners and local community, we're all Toros. We are all family.
California State University, Dominguez Hills, founded in 1960, is a public university located in the city of Carson, California in the South Bay region of Los Angeles County. The university is part of the 23-school California State University system, offering 46 majors for a Bachelor's degrees, 22 different Master's degrees, and 17 types of teaching credentials. We celebrate our ethnic diversity, and that many toros are first-generation college students.
The Toros are proud to be a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) competing at the Division II level, bringing excitement and tradition to the campus through 10 different sports (4 Men's, 6 Women's). CSUDH is one of 13 universities that competes in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), the most prominent Division II conference in the nation with 154 NCAA National Championships, including CSUDH's 2008 men's soccer title, far more than any other conference in the nation.
We're building a winning legacy:
Aside from competing for championships, Toro student-athletes engage in community service projects throughout the year.
WHY SUPPORT CSUDH ATHLETICS
YOUR SUPPORT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
Hear from Jeff Falkner on what the support of our alumni and
corporate partners mean to CSUDH Athletics.
Hear our student-athlete alumni talk about why
donors and sponsors are important to CSUDH.
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At CSU Dominguez Hills, we believe in family first. We take great pride in developing long-term, mutually beneficial relationships that helps our family of alumni and corporate partners achieve their goals for growth and advancement. Our coaches, administrators and student-athletes work every day to develop a winning culture that's helping to establish CSU Dominguez Hills as one of the premiere NCAA Division II programs in the country.
We're excited to launch www.wearetoros.com to support our growth and engagement goals. I want to thank our amazing family of alumni and corporate partners for their support, and for being the catalyst for our success! If you're a student-athlete alumni looking to reconnect, or a corporate partner that's interested in getting more involved on our campus, we're here to help. Please give me a call, or stop by anytime. You're family, so our door is always open! Check us out on social media and join the conversation - #Toros4LIFE. Thanks, and go Toros!
Cal State Dominguez Hills
Department of Athletics
1000 East Victoria Street, SAC - 3
Carson, CA 90747
CONNECT WITH US
Olympic Gold Medalist and Honorary Doctorate Recipient, Carmelita Jeter, Delivers 2019 Commencement Address
California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) and the California State University Board of Trustees bestowed an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree on 2012 Olympic gold medalist and CSUDH alumna Carmelita Jeter, during the CSUDH’s 2019 Commencement Ceremony. CSUDH was proud to have Dr. Jeter deliver the commencement address to the graduating class.
**Courtesy of Youtube Olympic Channel
**Courtesy of CSUDH