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Frequently Asked Questions
After you receive your admission decision, it is important that you refer to your admitted student packet for all deadlines that students must meet to maintain their admission status, and for helpful information meant to help you through the admission process.
Yes, Cal State East Bay is a Western Undergraduate Education (WUE) school, which permits students from participating Western states to save on tuition. The university is no longer a Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP). See Western Undergraduate Exchange Program for details.
Yes, Cal State East Bay has many programs and courses for working adults including Continuing Education and professional development, online courses, and Program for Accelerated College Education (PACE).
Conditional admission means your admission is based on the information you self-report on your application. Cal State East Bay reserves the right to cancel your admission for any of the following reasons: the class/grade information on your application form does not match your transcript, your planned courses are not completed, you do not maintain your self-reported GPA, or you do not submit documents by the required deadlines.
No you cannot. Your application to Cal State East Bay applies only to the semester you indicate on your application at the time of submission.
Cal State East Bay accepts applications for select second baccalaureate majors. Visit the Second Bachelor's Degree admission page for information about admission requirements and program availability.
Yes, Cal State East Bay accepts undeclared students for first-time freshmen only. You are encouraged to declare a major no later than your junior year for the timely completion of your degree.