Leadership Development Programs
CSUDH offers an array of opportunities to build leadership skills through volunteer and community service programs, participation in student groups, as well as courses in Leadership Development.
UNV 289 3 - Unit Leadership Development Course
This course is offered each semester and is taught by the Director of the Office of Student Life. Course objectives are founded on the cornerstones of Relational and Transformational Leadership Theories, Positive Social Change Leadership, Civic Engagement, and the celebration of Diversity. Students (Freshmen - Seniors) who take the class will:
- Learn to apply leadership theories and concepts to their own leadership and life settings;
- Evaluate their personal leadership styles and skills for future development;
- Actively provide positive leadership on campus and in the community through 30 hours of community service; and,
- Display improved critical thinking, planning, and reflective skills through discussion, experiential exercises, and reflection papers.
Want to register for this course?
- Course Registration Number (CRN) for UNV 289
President's Student Leadership and Service Awards
2nd Annual President’s Student Leadership and Service Awards
The CSUDH President’s Student Leadership and Service Awards are designed to recognize outstanding students (both graduate and undergraduate) and student organizations that have exemplified outstanding leadership and provided extraordinary services to California State University, Dominguez Hills and the surrounding community.
Many students and student organizations provide leadership and service to the California State University, Dominguez Hills community. As such, we invite faculty and staff who work directly with deserving students and/or student organizations to nominate candidates who meet the awards criteria for the 2012 President’s Student Leadership and Service Awards. We also encourage students to nominate advisors of student clubs or organizations for the Advisor of the Year Award. Individual student nominees must be full-time students in good academic standing.