Parking Permits are mailed to you, they are not available on campus.

Parking Permits

Be sure to purchase your parking permit online. Visit For alternatives to driving to campus, see the Parking and Alternative Transportation web site to find shuttle and bus schedules.

Transfer Ambassadors help you adapt to life at East Bay

Connect with a Transfer Ambassador on Zoom.  

Get involved with student clubs and organizations!

Don't miss all the clubs and organizations you'll find on the Bay Sync student portal. Just sign in with your Cal State East Bay Net ID.

For a complete list of calendar events, visit the University Calendar and the Cal State East Bay Online Catalog.

For Student Life and Leadership events visit Life at the Bay Weekly.

Learn how you can study abroad!

Study Abroad Programs

The study abroad opportunities offered through California State University, East Bay allow Cal State East Bay students to study overseas for one semester or academic year and earn academic credit towards their degree. The experience leads to personal growth and acquisition of valuable skills, such as language fluency and cross-cultural understanding. Financial aid (except Work-Study) may apply, and study abroad scholarships are available.  

Virtual Info Sessions

Information Sessions last approximately 30 minutes. During the Information Session, we explore program websites, discuss scholarships and finances, give an overview of the application process, and hear from study abroad and NSE alumni. Attending an information session does not commit you to study abroad but it does give you the tools to find the program that best fits your academic and financial needs.

Sign up for a CSUEB Study Abroad Information Session (most Fridays at 11:00 am during Fall Semester 2023). 

National Student Exchange Program

Cal State East Bay students can study at another university in the United States or Canada through the National Student Exchange Program (NSE). NSE offers study opportunities in diverse university settings and provides access to a wide array of courses and programs. Students may use financial aid. Coursework applies to their degree.

For additional information on the Center for International Education’s services or the programs listed above contact:

Center for International Education
SF 102
Tel: (510) 885-2880; Fax: (510) 885-2787