Student Affairs Expo offers various insights

By LaQuanda McNeil Staff Writer The Student Affairs Expo Nov. 15 provided students with an overview of the services and programs offered by over 25 departments at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Admissions and Records, the Rose Black Resource Center, the Career Center, Financial Aid, Male Success Alliance, Veteran Resource Center, University Outreach and School Relations… Read More Student Affairs Expo offers various insights

Do your PTEs

By Eduardo Landa Staff Writer All semester, students have been turning in assignments, waiting for teachers to grade them. But now the roles are reversed, as teachers will have to wait for students to evaluate their work. Every semester, students are emailed Perceived Teaching Effectiveness (PTE) forms that evaluate a professor’s performance. These forms are… Read More Do your PTEs

University victim advocate joins CSU Dominguez Hills

By Fernanda M. Tovar Editor-In-Chief Amid the sexual assault allegations against many powerful men, including Harvey Weinstein, U.S. Sen. Al Franken and President Trump, Dominguez Hills has hired Mayra Romo, the university victim advocate. As victim advocate and prevention educator, Romo will “be providing confidential support and advocacy for students, faculty and staff impacted by… Read More University victim advocate joins CSU Dominguez Hills

Deadline approaches for LFSA DACA scholarship

By Eduardo Landa Staff Writer   Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) students are being offered a scholarship by the Latino Faculty and Staff Association (LFSA). Applicants must have a “short letter of application, their unofficial transcript, a letter of recommendation from an instructor or an advisor, a double-spaced, 12 font, one-page personal statement showing… Read More Deadline approaches for LFSA DACA scholarship

Student Support Services Gives Students a Hand UP

By Jacqueline Resendiz Morales Staff Writer TRIO SSS (Student Support System) is aimed at helping disadvantaged students on campus. The program is funded with a five-year grant by the U.S. Department of Education and is staffed partly with Toro alumni who benefitted from the program. Elizabeth Hanna, a Cal State Dominguez Hills alumna, became TRIO… Read More Student Support Services Gives Students a Hand UP