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California State University Dominguez Hills was established by the legislature of the state of California in 1960 as a branch
of the California State College system to serve southwest Los Angeles. Its first name, South Bay State College, was chosen
to reflect that orientation. Its first president, Leo F. Cain, was appointed in January, 1962, and consulting architect and
the college planning staff were appointed later that year.
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