As a transfer student, you are a valued part of our community as you join many other students like you who are committed to pursuing their educational goals. We recognize that transfers have different needs than first-year students, and we are here to make your adjustment and transition into our community as smooth as possible.
Here are some of the Transfer Student Programs at Cal State East Bay:
Smooth Transitions provides the support needed to transition transfer students to the university with a great sense of connection, engagement and involvement with the East Bay community through academic-related and co-curricular activities.
Transfer Connections pairs incoming transfer students from Cal State East Bay's top four feeder community colleges with Transfer Ambassadors who previously transferred from their same institution.
Having experienced the transfer experience firsthand, Transfer Ambassadors draw from their own experiences and available campus resources to create memorable experiences for incoming and first-year transfer students.
Tau Sigma National Honor Society
Tau Sigma is a national academic society for transfer students who achieve a 3.5 or higher GPA during their first term at Cal State East Bay. The Eta Epsilon chapter of Tau Sigma was established in 2016 to recognize oustanding students who transfer to the university each year.
Get a head start with learning your way around Cal Sate East Bay with advising, workshops and other activities. Gain the knowledge, skills, confidence and attitudes needed for a smooth transition to the university. Each student will be paired with a Transfer Ambassador before, during and after the Academy.
Deadline to apply is June 24, 2018.
Up to $5,000 total in scholarships available for future Math and Science Teachers
WHO: The Cal State East Bay Math and Science Teacher (MAST) program is open to current STEM and Liberal Studies Majors. Transferring Community College students, and current CSUEB Juniors and Seniors can apply. (Graduating from CSUEB in 2019 or 2020 with first undergraduate degree). Also, a $1,000 scholarship is available for MAST students in the CSUEB Credential program.
WHAT: CSUEB's MAST Scholars will join a community of students interested in STEM education. The scholars will engage in teacher education coursework, field experience directly in the K-12 classrooms, and science and math education workshops at CSUEB and in the greater Bay Area. Up to $5,000 total in scholarships available.
WHY: MAST is designed to provide scholars opportunities to explore science and mathematics teaching at the K-12 levels.
WHEN: Deadline to apply is June 24, 2018.
HOW: Apply online at www.csueastbay.edu/mast