As a new transfer student you will receive a transfer credit evaluation from the Office of the Registrar within your first two terms of attendance at CSUEB. It is emailed to your CSUEB Horizon email account.
Until you receive your transfer credit evaluation, on the MyCSUEB “To Do List” there is a checklist item of “GE Evaluation Status.” This item does not require any action by you and does not affect admission to the University. It will be changed from “Initiated” to “Notified” once the transfer credit evaluation has been completed and e-mailed you.
Transfer Credit Resources
Learn more about the following topics:
- Advising and Course Selection
- DAR – Your Transfer Credit Evaluation
- Transferrable Courses
- Graduation Requirements
- Contact Us
University Writing Skills Requirement (UWSR)
Students who have completed 90 units are required to begins steps to satisfy the UWSR as soon as possible. Delaying this requirement may jeopardize your ability to graduate in a timely fashion. For further information, please visit www.csueastbay.edu/WST.
The Office of the Registrar will complete General Education evaluations (Degree Audit Report) for students after admission to the university. E-mail email@example.com for more information.
The Office of Admission reviews admission applications and gives admitted students the ability to enroll in classes. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The International Admission Office reviews admission applications and completes transfer credit evaluations for students who have transcripts from outside of the United States. E-mail email@example.com for more information.
Be sure to consult an academic advisor. View a list of academic advising departments to find your advisor.