What can we help you with today?

The Office of Student Outreach offers one-on-one appointments with an Outreach Counselor for undergraduate students who have not yet applied and have domestic (U.S.) transcripts.

Contact us to be matched with a counselor!

  1. Chat with a Welcome Center Ambassador! Click the red "Chat with an Expert" tab at the bottom of your screen to be instantly connected

  2. After hours? Leave us a question and we'll get back to you the next business day. Click the red "Contact Us" tab at the bottom of your screen to leave a message for a Welcome Center Ambassador

  3. Send us an email: visit@csueastbay.edu

  4. Call us weekdays from 9 AM - 5 PM at 510-885-2556

Appointments are available over the phone, ZOOM, or email – at your preference!
Each appointment will cover:

  • The freshman or transfer admission requirements to the university

  • What to expect when applying

  • Questions about deadlines

  • General university questions

Important: Be sure to get send your unofficial transcripts to your counselor at least 48 hours before your appointment so your counselor has time to review your transcript.  

The Degree Audit Report (DAR) is the tool used by students and advisors to map out courses toward graduation.  Once students accept the admission offer, our Degree Audit team starts working on populating the report with your coursework.  

Students may generate a preliminary DAR report using MyCSUEB after they accept the admission offer and

  • Around March 15th for incoming fall students and
  • around October 15th for incoming spring students.

The Degree Audit team will notify students as soon as the official review is done and the DAR is officially ready to be used. At the very latest, the DAR will be completed no later than 3 months into the first semester and in time for students to plan their courses for their second semester.

For questions about your major, which courses to take for your major, or admission to Nursing, use the search bar to look up your major department.

You can also reach out to ask us for contact information by clicking the red "Chat with Us" tab at the bottom of the screen or sending us an email: visit@csueastbay.edu 

Call the Welcome Center at 510-885-2556 Monday-Friday from  9 AM- 5 PM to be transferred to the department of your choice.
Each graduate program has different admission requirements and can have different application deadlines. For more information about earning a Master's degree, contact the Graduate Program directly in which you are interested.

Visit the International Admission Office for more information:

  • If you have any unit of course credit from outside the United States
  • Regardless of residency (won't affect your residency)

  • Email iao@csueastbay.edu or call 510-885-7471
California State University East Bay’s student outreach and admission selection policies and procedures are committed to and adhere to the Standard of the Principles of Good Practice of the National Association for College Admission Counseling. Cal State East Bay is a proud member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and the Western Association for College Admission Counseling (WACAC).