Life at CDU
We are a learning community devoted to caring for all of our students. At CDU, there are many opportunities to connect with other students, engage with the community and find support. Explore what it’s like to be a student at one of the nation’s only Historically Black Medical Colleges.
Our campus is located in the Watts-Willowbrook neighbohood of south Los Angeles, directly across from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital. Students and faculty actively serve our immediate community through clinics and healthcare resources.
Numerous fellowship, internship and residency opportunities are just a short distance away.
Our strong, supporive culture at CDU is intentional. You will be able to thrive as you follow your calling and pursue your dreams.
We want to support you in the classroom and beyond. Learn about tutoring, campus computer lab space, disability resources and summer program opportunities.
Our Career Services team is committed to helping you achieve your professional goals. We provide support for students exploring career options, seeking a job or internship, or needing to build professional skills.
Your physical, mental and emotional health are a priority. Our Student Health and Wellness team offers counseling services that promote student success and emotional well-being. Skilled and culturally sensitive clinical services, outreach and consultation are available to the CDU community.
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We are a commuter campus, but there are many local housing options near our campus. We are available to help guide you in your search and empower you to find the best housing option while studying at CDU.
Explore the many ways you can be involved in campus life at a HBCU, including student leadership opportunities and clubs.