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Learn how to apply to CSUEB graduate school on Feb. 26.

Pathway to Graduate School, Feb 26.

  • February 19, 2013 5:00am

Learn how to apply to graduate school at California State University, East Bay during the"Pathway to Graduate School" event scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 26, from 6:00pm-8:00pm in the New University Union's Multipurpose Room (MPR).

Talk to faculty and staff about the various graduate programs offered at CSUEB, the admissions requirements and process, cost of attendance, and financial aid. Plus, attend workshops on how to apply to graduate school, how to write an effective personal statement, how to finance your graduate education, and strategize on how to take the GRE or GMAT. 

Information and online registration is available at For more information, call (510) 885-3286 or e-mail

For detailed information about applying to one of CSUEB's graduate programs, please visit our Prospective Graduate Students website.

Don't miss this opportunity to get all your questions about Graduate School answered in one place!


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