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PEOPLE

Strengthening the core of our university: our students, faculty and staff, with increased scholarship, mentorship and professional development opportunities.

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PLACE

Creating an environment that inspires learning, fosters collaboration, and builds community, with distinctive spaces where people live, learn, work and play.

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PURPOSE

Responsible leadership that makes a difference, solving the issues that matter to our communities and the region, and cultivating the next generation to carry on the cause.

About the Campaign 

The Campaign for Cal State East Bay will strengthen the university's ability to fulfill its promise to the communities and region we serve: to empower students of diverse backgrounds to reach their full potential and use the transformative power of knowledge to serve the public good.

With strong philanthropic support, we will continue to make a dramatic difference in the lives of tens of thousands of students who, in turn, make a dramatic difference in the places they work, the communities where they live, and the causes to which they commit themselves.

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$60M GOAL

Campaign Stories 

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Cal State East Bay to Kick Off $60 Million Campaign

A Sept. 24 gala launches the public phase of the university's first-ever comprehensive campaign.Read More

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CSUEB Foundation Receives $500,000 from AT&T

The grant will be used by the Hayward Promise Neighborhood initiative to fund drop-out prevention at local high schools.Read More

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CSUEB Aims to Lower Number of Hungry, Homeless Students

The university has hired a case manager to help identify and meet the needs of students who are homeless, food insecure or financially unstable.Read More