AACE is a one-stop center for both academic advising and career development. Counselors can help you understand and complete all General Education and graduation requirements, and also assist you with identifying career goals. AACE is located on the 2nd Floor, Student Service and Administration Building. Call (510) 885-3621 for an appointment. Visit the AACE web site to see the many services we offer including academic advising, major exploration, career tools and workshops, internships, jobs on campus and more!
Undergraduate Student Advising: First-year students are encouraged to visit AACE as early as possible, so that counselors can help them choose a major field of study, join a learning community, and chart academic progress.
For EOP Advising, see the EOP Program.
Advising in your major: Department advisors and service centers in your college help you stay on course with the appropriate courses in the right sequence. Contact the service center for your college (shown below) or your academic department for advising assistance in your major.
Graduate Students: Graduate students can find academic and career advising through their home departments and through visiting AACE. Contact your academic department office for the name of your faculty advisor.
For Academic Probation, Disqualification and Reinstatment Advising, please visit the Academic Policies web site.
Colleges and Departments
Each of the four Colleges at CSUEB has a service center which offers information about scheduling, forms, academic progress, requirements in your major and graduating, as shown in the following table.
|College||Service Center||Contact||More Information|
|College of Business & Economics (CBE)||Valley Business Technology Center (VBT)
College of Education & Allied Sciences (CEAS)
|Physical Education Building (PE) 130||CEAS|
College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences (CLASS)
|Meiklejohn Building (MI) 4006; 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday||
|College of Science (CSCI)||North Science (NSCI) 143; 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday||
Advising and Support Programs
The following service centers help students with advising and support for specific programs.
|Service Center||Description||Contact||More Information|
|Asian Pacific American Student Success (APASS)||Provides tutoring, mentoring, cultural awareness, and advising for historically underrepresented Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander students. SSOS is funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution (AANAPISI) program.||
|Athletic Advising||CSU East Bay is home to 16 NCAA Division II teams. Athletes from these teams receive advising, mentoring, and tutoring to help them balance study and a busy schedule of competition and training.||
|Concord Campus||Find help through the services of an AACE Counselor for studying at the Concord Campus.||
|Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)||Students admitted into EOP are assigned counselors who are committed to the academic success of students. Counselors provide academic, career, financial aid, and personal counseling.||
|EXCEL Program||EXCEL provides support for undergraduates who have a demonstrated academic need and are low-income, first-generation college, or students with disabilities. Participants receive academic and personal counseling, career planning, tutoring, scholarship guidance, financial literacy education, and graduate school advising. EXCEL is funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education/TRiO Student Support Services Program.||
|Gaining Access 'N' Academic Success (GANAS)||GANAS is an innovative access and retention program for transfer students that aims to smooth the process of transition to Cal State East Bay. Students participate in a one-year cohort experience paired with a transfer success seminar, intensive counseling, and mentoring.||
|International Advising||AACE is also home to advising for International Students, but additional guidance is available through the Center for International Education. Contact: AACE, 2nd Floor, Student Service and Administration Building.||
|Online Campus||Students studying primarily online can receive phone and email assistance through a dedicated counselor.||
|Program for Accelerated College Education (PACE)||Working students returning to college after a period away, can receive help with special scheduling, advising, and other services. Counselors see matriculated students by appointment only.||
|Project IMPACT||Students with disabilities can find assistance with accessible course materials, tutoring, counseling, and connecting with the faculty through this office, partially funded by the Department of Education.||
|Renaissance Scholars Program||Renaissance Scholars Program provides support services for former foster youth. The program is jointly funded by the University, private foundations, non-prot organizations, and individual donations.||
|Veteran Students Advising||A Veterans Counselor, housed within the EXCEL program, helps students develop and implement their academic plans and supports the transition to the university. The counselor works in collaboration with academic and student service departments and external veteran agencies to provide academic advising, personal counseling, career and goal planning, scholarship guidance, graduate school advising and referrals.||