Pre-Orientation: Advice for New Students
Welcome to Cal State East Bay!
Cal State East Bay requires that all newly admitted Freshman and Transfer students attend a New Student Orientation before registering for their first term at Cal State East Bay
The following information will help you with the basics of navigating Cal State East Bay before orientation. You should review the following videos before attending Orientation so you will be better prepared to understand the essential information provided at the session.
MyCSUEB MyCSUEB is the student’s online self-service center for enrollment transactions and personal information about their educational record.
The following will help you be prepared to select classes for your first term at Cal State East Bay
Advising for your first term
Advising and course registration can be completed before Orientation.
For more information about academic advising, please send an email with your name, net ID, and questions to:
Freshman student email: email@example.com
Visit our degree roadmaps for your major to begin reviewing the courses you should consider enrolling in during your first semester.
To identify which college you belong to, click here.
For general questions, please feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For incoming Associate Degree for Transfer students, email Wendy.Herbert@csueastbay.edu
GE Advising for new transfer students
Should you have any questions, or wish to speak with an academic advisor before registering for classes, please feel free to contact your respective college:
Advising for Transfer Students
HOW TO REGISTER FOR ORIENTATION
Spring 2021 Orientation registration will be open starting October 19, 2021. Once you have accepted your offer of Admission, you will be able to register for Orientation through MyCSUEB. If you do not see a specific Orientation session on MyCSUEB although it's listed on our website, this means that session has reached capacity and we request that you choose an available session.
Step 1: Sign into MyCSUEB and select "classic view"
Step 2: Select "applicant" then "student orientation"