Resource Centers

DIRC is home to six identity-based resource centers. Two new centers are coming soon!

Each center offers students a home away from home, an inclusive space for students to be their authentic selves, and co-curricular engagement opportunities for students to develop deeper understanding of their identities and those of others. 

Students of any identity are welcome to explore any of the spaces whether or not they identify with the centers.

African American Resource Center

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The mission of the African American Resource Center (AARC) is to create an Afro-centric, holistic environment that contributes to the full intellectual, social, and professional development of Black/African students at CSUF. We offer programs and services aligned with the pillars of our community: Identity, Community, Consciousness, and Culture.

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Asian Pacific American Resource Center

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The mission of the Asian Pacific American Resource Center (APARC) is to unify, empower, and support the community of Asian, Pacific Islanders, Desi and South Asians, students on campus. We provide opportunities that contribute to students’ holistic development during their academic journey while honoring and educating on their many identities and cultures and fostering a sense of belonging in a creative and inclusive space.

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Latinx Community Resource Center

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The mission of the Latinx Community Resource Center (LCRC) is to create an inclusive environment for students to engage in history, culture, and equity issues in the Latinx community. We foster a sense of belonging while supporting the intellectual, personal, and social development of our students.

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Losquadro Keller LGBTQ Resource Center

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The mission of the Losquadro Keller Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Resource Center (L.K. QRC) is to create an inclusive and affirming space for students to engage in community. We provide opportunities for students to explore history, culture, and issues related to sex, sexual orientation, romantic orientation, and gender identity through an intersectional lens.

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Titan Dreamers Resource Center

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The mission of the Titan Dreamers Resource Center (TDRC) is to empower undocumented students and students from mixed status families through identity support, community programs and personalized services. We focus on holistic student development within a validating environment where students can feel a sense of belonging and community.

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Women's Resource Center

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In Fall 2022, the Women's Resource Center officially joined DIRC! We are currently in the process of envisioning the future of our newest center. This process includes a complete revamping of the center’s name, website, programming and overall vision for the how the center will engage students. In the meantime, we encourage you to stop by  Langsdorf Hall - 556,   the temporary home of the Women's Reource Center, where students can be in community, study, attend programs, learn about resources, and more. The center is open when classes are in session Monday through Friday 8:30am-5:00pm.

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