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1 Presented by: Nancy Martinsen

2 2010-2011 Admission Cycle Average GPA: 3.1 Average ACT Composite Test Score: 19/ SAT Approx 1,000 Applicant Declared Most Popular Majors: Pre-Business, Pre-Nursing, Psychology, Biological Science, Computers Science and Liberal Studies *These numbers are as of August 1, 2011 for both Domestic and International students. * 2010-2011 Applications 2010-2011 Admits 2010-2011 Enrollment Goal Applicant to Admit % Freshman11,0187,563150068.64%

3 We are NOT IMPACTED FTF must meet minimum requirements: – Be a HS graduate, Complete GED or California High School Proficiency Exam – Qualifiable Eligibility Index – Meet “a-g” Requirement Local Service Area: – Contra Costa & Alameda Counties Admission Area: – All of California Students must meet all published requirements and document deadlines

4 Priority: October 1- November 30 Will accept application through April 1 on a space available basis FTF applicants will only be accepted for Fall quarter Apply online at Student must meet minimum admission eligibility requirements by time of graduation

5 After application is processed students will receive the following communications: Application Confirmation Letter – Activate personal identification number, called a “NetID,” available at – Misplaced your NetID? Contact (510) 885-2784 – Set up a CSU East Bay horizon email account to receive pertinent information If a student is missing required items: – Incomplete letter – CSU Mentor notification/check MyCSUEB Admitted Student Packet – Next steps for enrollment – Log on to myCSUEB to view “to do” list

6 Partial Documents Due: March 1 – Official HS transcript with 7 th semester grades along with college transcripts (if requested) – Residency documents (if applicable) – SAT and ACT Official test scores up to December test dates Final Documents Due July 15 – Official HS transcripts with all coursework completed – Official college transcripts with all coursework completed (if applicable) – SAT, ACT and/or AP test scores Intent to Register – May 1 st priority deadline – No Deposit Needed Orientation Required for First Time Freshmen – Dates available in August and September

7 Early Start Program (ESP) Early Start Program (ESP): In June 2010, Executive Order (EO) 1048 established the Early Start Program (ESP). This program is for CSU admitted freshmen who have not demonstrated college ready proficiency in Mathematics and/or English. As of summer 2012, incoming freshmen who have not demonstrated proficiency in English and/or Mathematics will be required to begin remediation prior to the term for which they have been admitted, e.g., summer prior to fall Students may complete ESP at CSUEB, other CSUs, or CCCs. ELM/EPT must be taken as early as possible, but no later than May. CSUEB will communicate with students of their expected ESP participation, requirements and remediation options available, including the new Smart Page process.

8 Submit Housing Application – 1296 beds – Accepts applications year round – Contracts are sent to students who submitted an application by June – Submit completed contract and initial housing payment of $800 by July 1 for guaranteed housing – Housing Themes: First Year Experience (FTF) Co-Ed/ Gender Neutral apartments Register for Orientation – Orientation is mandatory – Is the key to a successful transition

9 Rescinding Admission – Based on final transcript, student no longer meets the minimum requirements – If there are changes to an application, students can email: To Appeal – Rescinded students will be offered an opportunity to appeal with instructions via email/letter

10 Estimated Cost of Attendance Based on 2010-2011 Fees* Estimate is for a California Resident. Tuition is based on 12 units. Students are not required to live on campus. Meal plan costs vary depending on plan chosen. Personal expenses vary from student to student Just over 50% of our students receive Financial Aid; almost $90 million awarded annually Once FAFSA is received students can apply for CSUEB scholarships With ParentsOn-CampusOff-Campus Fees6,333 Books and Supplies1,704 Food and Housing4,34711,35212,078 Transportation1,2721,1821,272 Miscellaneous/Pers onal 3,120 Total16,77623,69124,507 *Subject to change, fees should be regarded as estimates.

11 Three dynamic locations: Hayward Hills, Concord Campus and Oakland Professional Development & Conference Center all in the heart of the East Bay Area. Freshman Learning Communities Residence Halls with Dining Commons New Recreation & Wellness Center Financial Aid Scholarship Opportunities Athletics - Division II Multiple Student Support Services One Stop Shop Advising Services Student Life and Leadership Bechtel Grant is $1.15 million to support our STEM centered campus

12 Preview Day for Prospective Students & Families: October 29 CSUEB Counselor Appreciation Breakfast: – NorCal hosted on campus December 2 – SoCal hosted in LA on December 9 WACAC Counselor Breakfast: February 10 Education Summit: February 25 Welcome Day for Admitted Students: April 14

13 Meet the Enrollment Development Staff: : Hayward, Union City, Newark, and Fremont : Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties, Alameda and Oakland : Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, San Lorenzo & San Leandro : Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Sonoma, & Sacramento counties, 580 Corridor and Tri-Valley area, and San Jose County Community Colleges : Solano County high schools, West Contra Costa County, Santa Clara County High Schools, and Central Valley : Contra Costa County, Solano Community College, Napa Valley College, and Santa Rosa Junior College : Welcome Center : Director, parts of East Contra Costa County Important Websites: Application & Doc Deadlines: Important Dates page: How to Register For Classes: Information for Parents:

14 Visit us at the Welcome Center! Individual Tours: Monday- Friday, 11am and 2pm Group Tours: Available by appointment Group Advising Sessions: twice/month To make an appointment, call the Welcome Center: 510.885.2556, or visit us online:, then go to Campus Tour Where all your possibilities come into view!

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