The Degree Roadmap is a suggested plan of when to take classes to complete your specific major and option in an efficient fashion.
The College of Science Student Service Center provides comprehensive major advising and support for students in the Health Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Statistics majors. Students with with other majors should see their Faculty Advisor. The Student Services Center advisors assist students in thoroughly understanding their major/minor requirements, planning classes, and completing necessary paperwork. Their goal is to help students as they transition into university life and develop useful skills to complete their degree. The Center also supports students in other majors with routine and general questions.
In addition to meeting with your major advisor, there are Faculty Advisors who meet with students to discuss class substitutions, field specializations, career exploration, and department specific questions.
Academic Advising and Career Education (AACE) is a one-stop center for both academic advising and career development assistance. AACE counselors guide students in understanding and completing all General Education and University graduation requirements in addition to helping them clarify and attain their career goals.
Cal State East Bay publishes over 125 scholarship opportunities annually with awards ranging from $500 to $10,000. To apply, check out Pioneer Scholarships for more information on need-based and merit scholarships through individual departments, College of Science,CSUEB, the CSU System, and external organizations.
The catalog is the go-to resource to learn about what programs the University offers, what courses you need to complete your degree, course descriptions, units, prerequisites, and learning outcomes. It also provides helpful information on University policies regarding enrollment, admission, and grading.
The Math Lab, housed in the College of Science, as a community learning space that connects Math & Stats graduate Teaching Associates (TAs), undergraduate Learning Assistants (LAs), and the students they serve. This will be a study space for our new near-peer embedded tutoring (LA) program, designed to support students in entry-level math and statistics courses. Those courses are MATH 115 & 15 (College Algebra), MATH 118 & 18 (Mathematics for the Arts & Humanities), STAT 100 & 100A (Elements of Statistics & Probability), and STAT 101 & 101A (Statistics in Everyday Life). Students will be able to drop in for their TA and LA office hours, meet with a study group, utilize open lab computers, hang out in between classes, and possibly check-out textbook/calculator/laptops. We are very excited for this new space to open this fall!
Here in the College of Science we stress the importance of studying with peers. Study groups are a great way to learn and conquer difficult class material and create an academic support system. Setting aside 20-25 hours a week for studying is also recommended. The College of Science has reserved rooms all semester dedicated for study groups to meet. Check out our weekly schedule to find times and days that work for you! Free snacks and giveaways will be available for those who attend.
The Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA) provides FREE tutoring for math, writing, and statistics and other student learning services and programs. The SCAA's mission is to help students improve their skills and to become self aware, confident, and independent learners, as well as active members of the University community.
The SCAA Supplemental Instruction (SI) Program provides peer-assisted, collaborate, and active study sessions that improve understanding of subject content, fosters critical thinking, and encourages life-long learning to classes that are considered “at risk” (i.e. large lecture classes).
Student Health & Counseling Services is a fully accredited outpatient clinic staffed by Board Certified Physicians, and licensed Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, and Counselors. Student Health & Counseling Services offers basic medical care for most illnesses and injuries and various elective services.
To report an incident, please contact the Title IX coordinator, confidential advocate, or for a list of resources or more information, please visit the Title IX website.
California State University East Bay (CSUEB) has created a network of structures, policies and procedures for working with at-risk students (including the potentially violent student) for the purposes of providing support to the individual student and ensuring a safe campus environment. With regard to students in distress, the university has the responsibility to set the policies and programs that promote a safe campus environment and to respond to students who are at risk or are an imminent danger to self or others. Each organizational unit of the campus involved in this effort has a specific set of functions. However, it is the interaction of the various units of the system that is crucial when encountering the complex cases involving at-risk students.
The University Police Department is a professionally trained police department established pursuant to Section 89560 of the Education Code to fulfill the Public Safety needs of the campus Community. The department has primary responsibility for public safety on the Hayward and Contra Costa Campuses and one mile beyond its borders.
Pioneers for H.O.P.E (Helping Our Pioneers Excel) California State University, East Bay's new intervention program will address the Chancellor's food and housing security initiatives to include wide-ranging efforts to immediately serve some of our most-at risk students facing homelessness, food insecurity, and other various crisis situations.