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After you Apply
**Please note that these next steps serve as a guide. It is your responsibility to check your Horizon email (horizon.csueastbay.edu) and your MyCSUEB To-do list, regularly for official university notices and updates.
Students may have received an email message from Cal State Apply to update academic information in their applications. East Bay makes initial admission decisions based on the information originally submitted and does not consider or review the updated information from Cal State Apply. Please contact email@example.com if you feel changes in your schedule negatively affect your admission decision.
Cal State East Bay uses self-reported information and a review of partial transcripts with in-progress coursework to determine initial admission eligibility. All initial admission offers are conditional and contingent upon the completion of in-progress coursework and final review of all admission requirements, including evaluation of all official transcripts.
Most applications meet the conditions of admission but occasionally some may not.
Common reasons are:
- Failure to meet document deadlines (link to document deadlines)
- Failure to meet the admission requirements (Freshman) (Transfer)
- Failure to meet published admissions requirements, such as:
– Official final transcripts that do not reflect the courses and grades indicated on your admission application
– Failure to complete planned or in-progress courses listed on your admission application
– Your cumulative grade point average falling below the required minimum
Be sure to submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application as soon as possible at fafsa.ed.gov. Use the Cal State East Bay School Code 001138 when applying.
Monitor your MyCSUEB portal for any document requests. Students are encouraged to quickly submit requested documents to avoid any delays in the processing of their financial aid awards. Visit the Financial Aid page at https://www.csueastbay.edu/financialaid/index.html to learn more.
Your NetID is your personal identification number that provides online access to student self-service systems such as your CSUEB email, Blackboard, and MyCSUEB.
After submitting an application for admission, you will receive your NetID by mail with instructions for setting your personal password. Please keep your NetID and password in a safe place. For assistance or questions about NetID or resetting passwords, please visit csueastbay.edu/netid or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need your NetID to monitor your admission status on MyCSUEB.
After your NetID is activated, you can set up your Horizon Email account. This is where important University communication will be sent about your academic status, classes, fees, financial aid, and more. In addition, this is also the email address professors will use to communicate with you. It is your responsibility to check your Horizon email regularly for official University notices and updates. You can log in to your Horizon email account with your NetID and password.
MyCSUEB is your personal student portal. This is where you can check the status of your application and any outstanding requirements. Financial aid and registration information are also available through MyCSUEB.
It is important that you check your MyCSUEB "To Do List" regularly for items that need to be submitted to complete your application.
Items that require your attention are indicated with the status of “Initiated”. You must submit all requested documents by their deadlines.
NetID and password are required to access MyCSUEB.
Upon being admitted, select “Accept Admission” from the left side of the page in MyCSUEB. There is a required $110 pre-enrollment fee that helps pay for orientation, which all enrolling transfers must participate in. You must submit this fee as part of accepting your offer of admission. This fee is nonrefundable.
For questions regarding what major courses to register for, you can contact your department directly. For contact information and additional resources, please visit: https://www.csueastbay.edu/admissions/after-youre-accepted/index.html
How to Register for Classes:
Note: Matriculated students who have not enrolled in classes at Cal State East Bay for two consecutive semesters (not including summer or winter sessions), and do not enroll in the third consecutive semester, will be discontinued and will be required to submit a new application to the University for readmission.
Students interested in on-campus housing should check the website frequently for important dates and information regarding accommodation options. The housing application and contract are on the Housing portal and can be completed online.
Incoming students must complete certain immunizations and screenings prior to attending.
Please visit CSUEB’S Immunization Requirements page for your immunization to-do list and further information. If you have questions, please check the Frequently Asked Questions of the website. We’re confident that the answer you’re looking for is there.
Attending Orientation is required. More information about Orientation is available on the Orientation website https://www.csueastbay.edu/orientation to locate the specific orientation dates and to register through MyCSUEB. As dates fill quickly, respond early for the best choice.
Incoming transfers must submit all final, official transcripts from any colleges or universities attended. Transcripts with final grades for all courses must be submitted to clear any admission conditions and maintain your eligibility to enroll.
Please refer to the transfer student application deadlines for partial and final transcript deadlines
Request that your institution send electronic transcripts to accelerate processing time. Previously opened, scanned transcripts or transcripts emailed directly from students are considered unofficial and cannot be used to fulfill admission requirements and evaluated for transfer credit. Only transcripts sent directly from the institutions or a 3rd party vendor on behalf of the institutions are accepted.
The Office of Admissions does not accept composite transcripts. Courses that appear on one transcript but were taken at another institution are invalid. Student will need to have transcript sent from that original institution.
Institutions that can send official transcripts electronically may send them to email@example.com.
Official documents in sealed envelopes can be delivered in-person to the Enrollment Information Center in the Student Services and Administration building on the Hayward campus or at the Academic Services Center on the Concord campus. They can also be mailed to:
Office of Admissions
Cal State East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94542
It may take up to three weeks to process your document and for your “To-Do List” items in your MyCSUEB account to be updated. Avoid delays — apply early, and submit documents as soon as possible in the approved format.
Fees are due after registering for classes. Check your MyCSUEB account under the “Finances” section to view your payment due date. You can pay in full or sign up for a payment plan. Visit csueastbay.edu/registrar/register/fees.html for details.
You can check your MyCSUEB for a preliminary DAR report. Our Degree Audit Team will start to provide completed DARs no later than the end of the first semester of attendance. If you would like to speak to an Advisor to go over your preliminary DAR and what courses you should contact your Major and General Education Advisors.
You’ve reached the end of the list! Thank you for being proactive. While you wait for further upcoming updates from the University, check out how you can GET INVOLVED on campus. CSU East Bay’s Student clubs and organizations help to enhance the quality of student life on campus and provide leadership and engagement opportunities.