Accessibility Statement: CSU East Bay is dedicated to providing equal opportunity and access for every student. If you need accommodations for a documented learning or physical disability, feel free to share with your advisor. You are not required by law to do so, but you are your own best advocate and it helps to share relevant information. We will refer you to the Accessibility Services Center for additional assistance and support.
FERPA Statement: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is a federal law that aims to protect the privacy of students. This means that only you have legal access to your grades. Your parents, friends, peers, and significant others do not. Advisors are not allowed by federal law to discuss your grades with anyone but you, unless an Online Waiver has been completed by the student.
College Success Toolkit
This section of the AACE website includes tools to help students improve in the areas of organization, study skills, time management and note taking. It also provides guidance in understanding how to read your transcript, calculation of your GPA and grade forgiveness, as well as an academic guide for new transfer students. The purpose of this toolbox is to help you survive and THRIVE at the university.
Click on the links to individual guides. Check this website regularly for additional tools and updates.
Degree Road Maps & DAR
Most academic departments offer their degree roadmap online and host a department website with more specific information, including how to get in contact and faculty office hours.
It's also students' responsibility to read the university catalog and to speak to their academic advisor for the most up-to-date information about major and graduation requirements.
There are many tools to assist students in determining what degree requirements have been completed and which ones are still needed to be fulfilled. By the end of your first semester at Cal State East Bay, you should also receive notification via your @horizon email, alerting you that your Degree Audit Report (DAR) has been completed. Once it is, you'll be able to access it through MyCSUEB in your Student Center. Be sure to review your DAR with your academic advisor!
Searching for GE Classes:
- Go to MyCSUEB and select “Search Class Listings”
- Next to “Course Attribute,” click on the drop-down menu and select “Breadth Area(s)”
- Next to “Course Attribute Value,” click on the drop-down menu and select the corresponding GE Area (e.g. Diversity, Upper Division B, US3 etc.)
- Add any additional filters (e.g. Mode of Instruction, Location)
- Click on “Search” to generate a list of selected GE courses