Cal State East Bay is committed to offering admission opportunities to current and former members of the military for all available terms.
Follow the steps below to help you get started towards becoming a successful CSUEB applicant:
Cal State East Bay grants credit for military training in accordance with the recommendation of the American Council on Education. Those students who have entered military service before meeting the usual requirements for graduation, may receive nine units of elective credit toward the baccalaureate degree based upon the completion of a minimum of one year of uninterrupted active service. Commissioned officers may receive an additional nine units, which may be considered upper division credit. In order to receive such credit, applicants must present written certification from a recognized military authority, such as papers from a military separation center or an official copy of a diploma from a service school or USAFI transcript.
Counseling and Admission Professionals at Cal State East Bay are trained to ensure that all laws and policies surrounding the recruitment of military students are followed. For more information on the Code of Ethics and Professional Practices, please click here.