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Be sure to register for Orientation, required for all Transfer students and runs from May to August with sessions at the Hayward and Concord Campuses. Online Transfer Orientation is available until December 2019. Sign up today!!
The Transfer Academy is an opportunity for incoming transfer students at Cal State East Bay to learn more about the transition to the University in a supportive cohort environment prior to the first fall semester. Students commit to five days at the Hayward Campus to become familiar with available resources, and develop a deeper knowledge to assist them in their transition.
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HOW TO APPLY: Visit the Admissions web site for complete information about applying to Cal State East Bay.
WHEN TO APPLY: View application and document deadlines for Transfer students.
ADMISSION GUARANTEE - STAR Act (SB 1140): California Community College students who earn a transfer associate (AA-T or AS-T) degree are guaranteed admission with junior standing to a CSU and given priority admission over other applicants when applying to a local CSU campus, or non-impacted CSU program.
The benefits of study abroad go well beyond academic enrichment. You will experience personal growth by acquiring valuable skills, such as language fluency and cross-cultural understanding, for your career. Many students go overseas to learn about another country, culture, and return with priceless memories and experiences that last a lifetime.
Through Study Abroad, Cal State East Bay students go overseas for one semester or an academic year and gain academic credit towards their degree at an affordable price. Students can study a variety of subjects in a number of different countries. For example, you can study Multiculturalism in Denmark, International Business in Korea, History in Spain, or Biochemistry in Sweden, just to name a few possibilities.
You can attend one of the many information sessions held throughout the year to learn about eligibility requirements and get answers to your questions. Please call the Center for International Education at (510) 885-2880 or visit us on the campus in Hayward, California.