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Human Development Student Association (HDSA)

HDSA meets every other Tuesday of each month. See details below!

The Human Development Student Association (HDSA) is the official student organization of the Department of Human Development focused on professional development, scholarly activity and community service. The goal of HDSA is to provide students with meaningful experiences outside the classroom to enhance their education. HDSA activities are geared toward understanding lifespan development from an interdisciplinary perspective.  All Human Development majors, minors, and pre-Human Development majors are encouraged to join HDSA. There is no minimum class standing or grade point average required. To join HDSA all you need to do is attend an HDSA meeting. Join the HDSA Facebook group!  HDSA faculty advisor is Dr. Kimberly Kelly.

HDSA 2015-2016 Officers


Yesenia Hernandez –


Jiarra Marasigan –


Jamila Marisol –

CLASC Representative

Natalia Sequeria –

Academic Chair

Grace Ocular –


HDSA Fall 2015 Meetings

All general meetings take place at 1:00 PM.

Location: USU – 202

    • Tuesday, September 8
    • Tuesday, September 22
    • Tuesday, October 6
    • Tuesday, October 20
    • Tuesday, November 3
    • Tuesday, November 17
    • Tuesday, December 1





HDSA Group
PIc Stitch

HDSA Fall 2015 Events

To be announced.

Email Yesenia (

2013-2014 Activities:

  • Community service
    • Food drive
    • Volunteered at CSULB VetNet and Habitat for Humanity in Long Beach
    • Vounteered at Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk/Run in Los Angeles
    • Beach clean-up
    • Collected donations for Cinderella and Prince Charming Foundation
  • Professional activities
    • Resumé workshop
    • Hosted booths at Grad Fair and Psych Day
  • Car wash fundraiser

Questions, comments, concerns, or ideas can be emailed to emailed to or posted on our Facebook page.