To determine if your courses will transfer and/or satisfy the above requirements (A1, A2, A3, B4) you can use the following resources:
Cal State East Bay's Local Admission Area includes the state of California as CSUEB is not deemed impacted for Upper Division Transfer students. All applicants, regardless of location, must fully meet the CSU transfer admission requirements and adhere to all posted admission deadlines. The minimum GPA to qualify for admission is a 2.0.
CSUEB only accepts applications from upper-division transfer students. Upper division transfer applicants must meet all of the admission requirements listed by the term indicated in the following table.
|If you applied for:||Admission requirements must be completed by the end of the previous:|
|Fall Quarter||Spring Semester/Quarter|
|Winter Quarter||Summer Semester/Quarter|
|Spring Quarter||Fall Semester/Quarter|
|Summer Quarter||Fall Semester/Winter Quarter|
The application for admission requires you indicate a quarter to begin enrollment. The approximate start dates for each quarter are as follows:
Please submit all required items by the published document deadlines. Official documents, including test scores and transcripts in their original sealed envelope, may be hand-carried to Cal State East Bay's Enrollment Information Center, located on the first floor of the Student Services and Administration (SA) Building on the Hayward Campus, or the Academic Services Center on the Concord Campus. Or they may be mailed to:
Office of Admission
Cal State East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94542
Cal State East Bay's application for admission applies only to the term of entry indicated on the application form at the time of submission. If you would like to update the term of entry on your application, simply log back into your saved application stored in Cal State Apply, update your desired term of entry, confirm your address and previously attended institutions are still current, and submit the form with your application fee online. Cal State East Bay will then notify you upon receipt of your updated application with a letter by postal mail.
Official transcripts from all college or university attended must be sent to Cal State East Bay by the published document deadlines.
After enrollment, students will have transferrable credits outlined in a CSU Degree Audit Report or DAR. Due to the large number of new students enrolling at Cal State East Bay, it typically takes a minimum of two quarters of enrollment before your CSU Degree Audit Report (DAR) is completed. Learn more by visiting the Transferring Credits web page.
If you were denied admission, you may appeal the decision; learn more about Admission Appeals Procedures.