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2013 CSU High School Counselors Conference. Cal State East Bay Go Pioneers!. 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd. Hayward, CA 94542 510-885-2784 admissions@csueastbay.edu. Life at the Bay. In the heart of Northern California’s exciting and beautiful San Francisco Bay Area.

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2013 csu high school counselors conference
2013 CSU High School Counselors Conference

Cal State East Bay

Go Pioneers!

25800 Carlos Bee Blvd.

Hayward, CA 94542

510-885-2784 admissions@csueastbay.edu

Life at the bay
Life at the Bay

  • In the heart of Northern California’s exciting and beautiful San Francisco Bay Area.

  • Within an hour drive to beautiful Bay Area locales: Golden Gate Bridge, Muir Woods, Tilden Park, Santa Cruz Beaches.

  • Enjoy a play, concert, movie night, or Pioneer Athletics game on campus.

  • Drive or take BART to Major League sport venues: Oakland A’s, Golden State Warriors, Oakland Raiders, SF Giants, SF 49ers and San Jose Sharks.


Campus highlights
Campus Highlights

  • “Best in the West” College 2013: 9th consecutive year by Princeton Review

  • Ranked in top 25 Online Colleges and Universities 2013

  • Recognized in top 100 by “Diverse: Issues in Higher Education”

  • Branch Campus: Concord, in the foothills of Mt. Diablo

  • Online Campus: more than 17% of instruction online

  • Small Class Size: Student/Faculty Ratio 26:1; Average Class Size: 31

  • Gender: Female 62%, Male 38%; Average Age: Freshmen 18, Undergraduates 26

  • Undergraduate Fields of Study: 52 BA Degrees, 65 Minors

  • Total Enrollment: 13,851

  • Historically a leading producer of credentialed teachers for California, including large numbers of math and science teachers

  • Take advantage of access to major business, cultural and residential areas in the East Bay, Silicon Valley and San Francisco.

  • Applicant Declared Most Popular Majors: Pre-Business Administration, Pre-Nursing, Psychology, Biological Science, Criminal Justice, Kinesiology and Art


More campus highlights
More Campus Highlights

Multiple Student Support Services

  • General Education Advising for Freshmen www.csueastbay.edu/ge

  • Freshmen Learning Communities

    • Allows freshmen to select a subject area of clustered courses, along with peers who have similar interests.

    • Offers guaranteed courses you need to meet major prerequisites and graduation requirements.

  • Academic Advising and Career Education (AACE)

    • Counselors guide students in understanding and completing all General Education and graduation requirements

    • www.csueastbay.edu/aace

  • Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)

  • Renaissance Scholars

  • Student Center for Academic Achievement (SCAA)

  • Accessibility Services www.csueastbay.edu/as

  • Residence Halls with Dining Commons

    • Freshmen Suites with kitchenettes

    • Meal plan required

    • Freshmen not required to live on campus

  • Division II Athletics

    • 9 Women’s Sports- Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Track & Field, Volleyball, Water Polo

    • 6 Men’s Sports- Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Track & Field


Student life and leadership opportunities
Student Life and Leadership Opportunities

  • Provides opportunities for student learning beyond the classroom.

  • Enhances the mission of the university through the coordination and support of a variety of special programs that promote campus life, leadership and community engagement.

ASI/Student Government: Opportunities for students to get involved and have their voices be heard.

Over 120 Student Clubs and Organizations!

  • Academic (Asian and Pacific Islander Social Work Association, Forensic Science Club, Hispanic Student Business Association, Psi-Chi Honor Society and Society of Women Engineers)

  • Greek (Including Greek Council)

  • Recreation (CSUEB Cheer Squad, Martial Arts Club, STANCE Dance Team and Table Tennis Club)

  • Special Interest (Peer Advocates for Wellness, Student Veterans Association, Women of Success, Student Athlete Advisory Council and Social Justice League)

  • More than 25 Cultural and Religious Clubs (Afghan Students Association, Black Student Union, Japanese Cultural Club, M.E.Ch.A., Pilipino American Student Association, Queer Straight Alliance, Chinese Student and Scholar Christian Fellowship, Muslim Student Association and Gospel Choir)


Cost of attendance and financial aid opportunities
Cost of Attendance and Financial Aid Opportunities

*Estimate is for 2013-2014 academic year for a California Resident. Tuition is based on 12 units.

  • More than 50% of our students receive Financial Aid; over $100 million awarded annually

  • Exciting CSUEB Scholarship Opportunities including the Presidential Pioneer Endowed Scholarship

  • Three ways to improve your students’ FA experience:

    • Read everything! If students receive notification from FA, it’s important!

    • Don’t turn in anything that is not asked for!

    • Beat the deadlines, don’t just meet them.

*Subject to change. Fees should be regarded as estimates.


Visit us
Visit Us!

Visit us at the Welcome Center!

  • Individual Tours: Monday- Friday, 11am and 2pm

  • Group Tours: Available by appointment

  • Saturday Tours: December 7, 2013

  • 510.885.2556, or visit us online: www.csueastbay.edu/visit

    Admission Events for Students:

  • Preview Day: Saturday, October 19, 2013 www.csueastbay.edu/previewday

  • Welcome Day: Saturday, April 26, 2013 www.csueastbay.edu/welcome

  • For a full list of events for students: www.csueastbay.edu/events; (510) 885-2612

    Admission Events for Counselors:

    CSUEB Counselor Breakfasts

  • Thursday December 5th, Los Angeles

  • Thursday December 12th, Hayward

  • Thursday March 6th, WACAC Counselor Breakfast, Hayward

  • For a full list of events for counselors: www.csueastbay.edu/counselors; (510) 885-2612

    Stop by our table or sign up online to join our mailing list!

"... the perfect place to appreciate a 360-degree panoramic view of the Bay and reflect on what I'm learning and where I want to go with it."

-Hillary Johnson, Liberal Studies Major


Admission service areas
Admission & Service Areas

Music Majors:

  • Students are conditionally admitted to the Music BA major pending the results of an audition with the Department of Music.

  • www.csueastbay.edu/music

  • Admission Area: All of California. We are NOT IMPACTED!

  • FTF only accepted for Fall Quarter and must meet minimum requirements:

    • Be a HS graduate, Complete GED or California High School Proficiency Exam

    • Qualifiable Eligibility Index

    • Meet “a-g” Requirements

      Impacted Majors with additional requirements:

  • Students interested in Business and Nursing Majors are first admitted to CSUEB as a Pre-Business or Pre-Nursing and must additionally apply directly to the Business Administration B.S./Nursing B.S. major by the departmental deadlines. Nursing students are only accepted in the Fall Quarter.

  • www.csueastbay.edu/buad

  • www.sci.csueastbay.edu/nursing/


Fall 2013 admission
Fall 2013 Admission

  • Average GPA: 3.1, Average ACT Composite Test Score: 19/ SAT Approx 1,000*

  • Students must submit their Intent to Register to secure place in the entering class (no deposit required) and submit all required documents to maintain an active admission status. To view a full list of terms and conditions of admission, please visit www.csueastbay.edu/termsofadmission.

    After application is processed students will receive the following communications:

  • Application confirmation letters begin going out in November on a rolling basis; activate personal identification number, called a “NetID,”andset up a CSU East Bay horizon email account

  • Notification letter/e-mail on Admission status and action required

  • Regular communications regarding next steps for enrollment; e-mails, phone calls and letters (at least once/month)

  • Reminders to log on to MyCSUEB to view “to do” list

    * Data based on 2013 incoming class


Csueb where all your possibilities come into view
CSUEB- Where all your possibilities come into view!

Important websites:

  • Application & Doc Deadlines: www.csueastbay.edu/deadlines

  • Meet our Enrollment Development Staff: www.csueastbay.edu/visit

  • Terms and Conditions for Admission www.csueastbay.edu/termsofadmission

Fall 2012 Admission Cycle

Thank you!

Marc Strong

Recruitment and Veteran Outreach Specialist