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Find Your Path to Cal State East Bay

CSU East Bay is offering the Transfer Success Pathway program (TSP) for all graduating high school students from the Class of 2023. 

To learn more about this opportunity and to receive more information on the Transfer Success Pathway program, please complete the following TSP Interest form. 

Student Eligibility:

The TSP program is designed to increase access to the CSU. If you faced academic, financial, or personal hardships that prevented you from attending the CSU, this program could help you get to the CSU to earn your degree. All CSU Redirected freshmen who opted not to enroll at a CSU campus are also eligible to be a part of TSP.

 Starting with the California high school class of 2023 and beyond, eligible community college students can apply to the Transfer Success Pathway in order to: 

  •  Enter into a dual admission agreement with the CSU while attending a California community college and receive guaranteed admission to the degree program and campus of their choice (if all requirements are met).
  • Receive early, personalized guidance from CSU representatives to create an educational plan that will help them transfer.
  • Receive financial aid information and direct access to a CSU university library. 
  • Use the CSU Transfer Planner Portal to:
    • Explore CSU campuses and degree programs, determine their eligibility, and enter into a dual admission agreement.
    • Map out coursework to track their progress toward CSU bachelor’s degree requirements.

 As part of the agreement, students must complete either an Associate Degree for Transfer or an established course of transfer at a California community college.

 TSP Academic Programs:

 Transfer Success Pathway applicants can choose any non-impacted major at Cal. State East Bay.

 The list of our TSP program offerings:

TSP Programs
Anthropology, B.A.: Archaeology and Biological Anthropology Concentration Ethnic Studies, B.A.: American Indian Studies Concentration
Anthropology, B.A.: Socio-Cultural and Applied Anthropology Concentration Ethnic Studies, B.A.: Asian American Studies Concentration
Art, B.A.: Art History and Visual Studies Concentration Ethnic Studies, B.A.: Chicanx and Latinx Studies Concentration
Art, B.A.: Design Concentration Ethnic Studies, B.A.: Comparative Ethnic Studies Concentration
Art, B.A.: Studio Arts Concentration Ethnic Studies, B.A.: Genders and Sexualities in Communities of Color Concentration
Art, B.F.A.: 3D Art & Design Concentration Ethnic Studies, B.A.:Black Studies Concentration
Art, B.F.A.: Fine Arts Practice Concentration French, B.A.
Art, B.F.A.: Graphic Design Concentration Geography, B.S.
Art, B.F.A.: Illustration Concentration Geography, B.S.: Regions and Cultures Concentration
Art, B.F.A.: Interaction & Game Design Concentration Geography, B.S.: Resources and Sustainability Concentration
Art, B.F.A.: Photography Concentration Geography, B.S.: Spatial Techniques Concentration
Art, B.F.A.: Transdisciplinary Arts Concentration Geology B.S.
Art, B.F.A.: Video & Animation Concentration Geology, B.A.
Biochemistry, B.A. Geology, B.A.: Geoscience Education Concentration
Biochemistry, B.A.: Chemistry Education Concentration Global Studies, B.A.
Biochemistry, B.S. Health Sciences, B.S.
Biological Sciences, B.A.: Biology Education Concentration Health Sciences, B.S.: Health Policy Concentration
Biological Sciences, B.S.: Cell and Molecular Biology Concentration Health Sciences, B.S.: Public Health Concentration
Biological Sciences, B.S.: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Concentration History, B.A.: Migration and Globalization Concentration
Biological Sciences, B.S.: Forensic Science Concentration History, B.A.: Social Justice and Citizenships Concentration
Biological Sciences, B.S.: Microbiology and Biomedical Lab Sciences Concentration History, B.A.: Sustainability and Modernization Concentration
Biological Sciences, B.S.: Physiology Concentration Hospitality and Tourism, B.S.
Business Administration, B.S.: Accounting Concentration Industrial Engineering, B.S.
Business Administration, B.S.: Business Economics Concentration Kinesiology, B.S.
Business Administration, B.S.: Entrepreneurship Concentration Liberal Studies, B.A.: Early Childhood Education Concentration
Business Administration, B.S.: Finance Concentration Liberal Studies, B.A.: Liberal Arts Concentration
Business Administration, B.S.: General Management Concentration Liberal Studies, B.A.: Teacher Preparation Concentration
Business Administration, B.S.: Human Resources Management & Organizational Behavior Concentration Mathematics, B.S.
Business Administration, B.S.: Information Technology Management Concentration Philosophy, B.A.: Religious Studies Concentration
Business Administration, B.S.: Marketing Management Concentration Physics, B.A.
Business Administration, B.S.: Operations and Supply Chain Management Concentration Physics, B.S.
Chemistry B.A. Political Science, B.A.: Pre-Law Concentration
Chemistry, B.A.: Chemistry Education Concentration Political Science, B.A.: Public Affairs and Administration Concentration
Chemistry, B.S. Political Science, B.A.: Traditional Political Science Concentration
Chemistry, B.S.: Bioanalytical and Forensics Concentration Psychology, B.A.
Civil Engineering, B.S. Psychology, B.S.: Ergonomics and Human Factors Concentration
Communication, B.A.: Communication and Media Studies Concentration Psychology, B.S.: Industrial/Organizational Psychology Concentration
Communication, B.A.: Multimedia Journalism Concentration Public Health, B.S.
Communication, B.A.: Strategic Communication Concentration Recreation, B.S.: Recreation Therapy Concentration
Computer Engineering, B.S. Recreation, B.S.: Sustainability Concentration
Computer Science, B.S. Recreation, B.S.: Youth Development Programming Concentration
Construction Management, B.S. Sociology, B.A.
Criminal Justice, B.S. Spanish, B.A.
Economics, B.S. Speech Pathology and Audiology, B.S.
English, B.A.: British and American Literature Concentration Statistics, B.S.
English, B.A.: Creative Writing Concentration Statistics, B.S.: Data Science Concentration
English, B.A.: English Language and Literacies Concentration Theatre Arts, B.A.: Dance and Inclusive Performance Concentration
Environmental Science, B.S. Theatre Arts, B.A.: Stage Technology and Design Concentration
Environmental Science, B.S.: Environmental Health Concentration Theatre Arts, B.A.: Theatre Performance: Acting and Musical Theatre Concentration
Environmental Studies, B.A.  

 Program Application:

 Students will be able to enroll in the TSP program between August 1 and September 30, 2023 by submitting their application through the Transfer Planner (link coming soon).


Frequently Asked Questions

 Students will have guaranteed admission to CSU East Bay and their degree program upon completion of the transfer requirements.
Students will receive personalized guidance with their CSUEB Transfer Success Counselor and create an educational plan that will help them transfer within 3 years or less. Students will also map out their coursework using the CSU Transfer Planner portal to ensure they stay on track for their degree.
TSP applicants can attend multiple community colleges; however, a student can only apply to one program and have one TSP agreement.
If a student decides to change to another campus or program in the future, they must submit a request for release and allow time for the campus to review. Students can request to cancel their agreement at any time. However, the ability to select another campus or major is only during their enrollment period between August 1 and September 30th.
If a student requests to be released from their original agreement, they can elect to do an agreement with another campus or program provided it is within the filing period for an agreement. If a student is deemed to be ineligible for the TSP program by any campus, they will not be able to enter into any agreement with any other CSU campus and those students will not be able to utilize CSU Transfer Planner.
Yes, provided they graduated from a US high school, have no prior community college coursework completed after high school graduation, and are enrolling in a California Community College.
Yes, provided the student did not earn any college credit since leaving high school.
The Transfer Planner will go live at the end of May. Students will have an opportunity to explore campus programs. However, students are only able to submit a TSP Agreement during the enrollment period of August 1-September 30.
Students must meet the requirements of the agreement and transfer within three years to a CSU campus.
A student can only have one TSP agreement. They cannot enroll in multiple agreements with campuses. The system will not allow a student to enroll in more than one TSP agreement. Campus officials will review if a student attempts to enroll in more than one program.
A student can request to be removed from an agreement. If they wish to change to another campus or program, they must submit a request for release and allow time for the campus to review. The filing period for a student to submit an agreement is from August 1 - September 30. If a student requests to be released from their original agreement, they can elect to enter into an agreement with another campus or program provided it is within the filing period for an agreement.
Students can request to cancel their agreement at any time. However, the ability to select another campus or major is only during their enrollment period that takes place from August 1 - September 30.
No. Once a student is deemed ineligible by any campus, they will not be able to enter into any agreement with any CSU campus. Students that are not eligible for TSP will still be able to utilize the CSU Transfer Planner.
Currently, yes, students will need to apply/reapply. Future development of Transfer Planner will allow students to eventually transfer their Transfer Planner info into Cal State Apply.
Yes. Conversely, if the student signed the agreement at a lower GPA, but then two years later, the campus has a higher GPA, the campus should still honor the lower GPA that the student agreed to at the initial entry of the agreement.

Transfer Success Pathway

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