CSUEB winter quarter application deadline extended to July 31
- July 16, 2013 5:00am
The application deadline for Cal State East Bay’s winter quarter has been extended to July 31 for domestic undergraduate Transfer students. Prospective Transfer students interested in Cal State East Bay and the Concord campus may attend an upcoming information session at the Concord Campus. Attendees will learn more about the University, application process and have an opportunity to meet a pre-admission counselor after the session. Courses and programs available at the Concord campus will be highlighted as well. Registration is now open for the July 31st information and application session at the Concord Campus.
Students transferring from Community College or returning to complete their degree may take courses at Concord for selected majors. Classes are available for the following Cal State East Bay Majors Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Liberal Studies, Nursing, Psychology, Sociology, Health Sciences, Human Development, History and English in addition to upper level general education courses.
Students interested in accelerating their degree completion may participate in the Bachelor’s Plus – Fast Track Teacher Preparation Program or the Program for Accelerated College Education (PACE) at Cal State East Bay’s Concord Campus. For International, Graduate and Credential program application deadlines, please visit www.csueastbay.edu/deadlines.
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