Enrich your college learning experience by getting involved on campus or in the community. Cal State East Bay has many opportunities for you to meet people and be part of campus life. Choose from more than 90 academic athletic, Greek, honor, religious, recreational, student government, and cultural clubs and organizations. Student government, service to the community and leadership groups provide ways for you to get involved and make a difference.The Transfer Student Alliance (TSA) seeks to serve as a collaborator for all Cal State East Bay transfers students. Transfers include: currently enrolled students, incoming students [from community colleges, 4-year institutions, and private universities], returning students, and alumni. The TSA's main purpose is to create a social space, community, and advocacy for all transfer students based on the transfer student experience at Cal State East Bay.
|Associated Students, Inc. (ASI)||Associated Students Incorporated prioritizes students’ needs and advocates for them through lobbying. Lobbying is done through non-violent demonstrations at the federal, state system and campus level while ensuring students opinions are objectively heard in every decision affecting them. Associated Students, Incorporated also provides significant services such as funding, diverse programs and facilities that improve the holistic educational experience and also enabling students success.||Associated Students, Inc.|
|BaySync||BaySync is your way to connect to organizations, communicate with other members, and explore the CSUEB community.||BaySync|
|Clubs and Organizations||Student clubs and organizations help to enhance the quality of student life on campus. Student Life and Leadership Programs recognizes and assists nearly 100 student organizations active on the CSUEB Hayward Hills, Concord and Oakland Campuses. Download the Student Life and Leadership Programs brochure here!Find student organizations and campus events with your account on BaySync.||Clubs and Organizations|
|Peer Mentor Services||Peer mentors take on an integral role in General Studies (GS) classrooms. Mentors assist GS instructors by designing and presenting lesson plans pertaining to such topics as managing time, coping with stress, understanding diversity and utilizing campus resources. Gain leadership, public speaking and teaching skills by volunteering to help other students to succeed.||Peer Mentor Services|
|Pioneer Athletics||Cal State East Bay offers students all the excitement of competitive collegiate athletics in an environment unlike any other. Our 15 teams compete in the NCAA Division II against top teams in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) — one of the country’s most competitive conferences. Athletic scholarships, outstanding coaches, highly competitive play, and a gorgeous setting in the heart of the Bay Area attract top student-athlete talent.||Pioneer Athletics|
|Recreation and Wellness||The RAW Center boasts 54,000 square feet of fitness, recreation, education, and administrative space complete with state-of-the-art equipment. In partnership with Health and Wellness Services, the RAW also hosts the Wellness Center, a health education resource for students. The RAW hosts a number of recreation programs including intramural sports, group exercise, and personal training. Currently enrolled CSUEB students may use the RAW Center at no additional cost.||Recreation and Wellness|
|Smooth Transitions||Smooth Transitions is solely devoted to assisting transfer students with transitioning into the campus smoothly as well as providing useful information to get them in, out, and ahead in their chosen field of study. Smooth Transitions aims to provide our students with a unique and enjoyable experience during this exciting time in their academic journey.||Smooth Transitions|
|Tau Sigma National Honor Society||Tau Sigma is the National Honor Society exclusively for Transfer Students! This organization is designed to recognize and promote the academic excellence and involvement of transfer students at four-year universities.||Tau Sigma|
|Transfer Living Learning Community||
Incoming residential transfer students have the option to live in the Transfer Living Learning Community. Transfer students who select the single-occupancy living option will automatically be placed in this Living Learning Community on a first come, first serve basis. Residents of this community will receive specialized support and programming aimed at guiding and enhancing the transfer student experience.
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|Transfer Student Alliance (TSA)||The Transfer Student Alliance (TSA) seeks to serve as a collaborator for all Cal State East Bay transfers students. Transfers include: currently enrolled students; incoming students from community colleges, 4-year institutions, and private universities; returning students; and alumni. The organization’s main purpose is to create a social space, community, and advocacy for all transfer students based around the transfer student experience at Cal State East Bay.||Transfer Student Alliance|
Visit Student Enrichment Opportunities to learn more ways you can become connected and engaged while a student at Cal State East Bay.