Current Students

Cal State East Bay students attending at the Concord Campus have access to a variety of services including financial aid, academic advising, career advising, research support, financial aid and tutors.

As a Cal State East Bay student you will have access to University online support through your free MyCSUEB account where you will log on to access:

  • Concord Campus Blackboard information
  • Free online career and resume tools (Link to AACE)
  • Free career search site for students (Link to Cbay)
  • Accessibility services (Link to Concord Accessibility)
  • Health and counseling services for students (Link
  • Course registration information (Link to Blackboard instructions)
  • Grade information and updates
  • Financial aid information
  • Free BART Shuttle (Link to shuttle schedule)
  • Bookstore
  • More (link to Current Student Pages)

"Such a wonderful place to attend college – I love the small classes" Michaela Diaz – Health Sciences major

Photo of Cagdas Cubukcu

Cagdas Cubukcu


Office: ST 170

Phone: 510-885-3000


 Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Etiam ornare eros quam, in aliquet massa vehicula non. Pellentesque interdum feugiat mi, fringilla pellentesque turpis consectetur vel. Interdum et malesuada fames ac ante ipsum primis in faucibus. Vestibulum at urna sem. Maecenas sit amet purus molestie, tempus velit vel, ultrices tellus. In bibendum ornare est non dictum. Cras facilisis, magna a malesuada dapibus, sapien ante dignissim purus, et porta lectus libero in urna.

Ut et metus et eros vulputate cursus. Sed neque leo, luctus sed urna sed, rutrum congue neque. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Pellentesque ultricies mollis velit in scelerisque. Nam ac ante sit amet augue consectetur molestie. Sed sit amet orci vitae sapien accumsan ornare. Nullam posuere tempus turpis, ac eleifend massa imperdiet tincidunt. Aenean venenatis enim ut sapien volutpat, eget eleifend velit tempus. Nunc sodales dolor id tempus vehicula. Maecenas molestie nibh ac tellus volutpat accumsan. Aliquam porta ultricies ultricies. Nunc urna ipsum, pulvinar eget diam nec, pulvinar rutrum nibh. Ut quis mi rhoncus, rutrum tortor eleifend, venenatis eros. Vestibulum massa nisl, elementum non magna gravida, aliquam semper enim. Phasellus aliquam gravida tellus id adipiscing.

Nulla interdum, urna at dapibus eleifend, sapien justo sollicitudin nisl, sit amet pulvinar dui massa tristique ante. Phasellus malesuada gravida ornare. Sed sapien diam, sollicitudin vitae justo lobortis, scelerisque fringilla quam. Quisque dui nibh, consequat at accumsan tristique, pulvinar eget odio. Nunc vel diam ac nulla fermentum mollis. Etiam tincidunt nec nulla a mattis. Nulla rutrum turpis augue, a sollicitudin purus eleifend bibendum. Nam varius suscipit porttitor. Phasellus ac vulputate erat. 

Photo of Anelyse Villa

Anelyse Villa

BPEB Student


Anelyse Villa is a BPEP (Bachelor's Plus Education Program) student getting her Liberal Arts degree and her Multiple Subject Teaching Credential at Cal State East Bay. An athlete and lover of music Anelyse chose the Concord campus because of its proximity to her home and the quality of its faculty and staff. "I went to some other schools and junior colleges around California to realize there truly is no place like home…. I love that it is so convenient," Anelyse says " I never have to fight traffic. And on a really nice day I can ride my bike! It has been a perfect situation to be at home and finish my degree."

As far as the campus itself, "You can't get more peaceful then the Concord campus. When you drive up the hill it feels like your miles away from any town. It is so quiet and peaceful with all the gorgeous hills surrounding it. I love that you can sit under one of the willows on the grass and be greeted by rabbits and turkeys!"

Beyond the physical setting, "I have felt like my education is so much more personal. Teachers have really known who I am, which is possible through smaller class sizes, and I have gotten to know them well." The staff is very attentive, with a level of service and attention. "I have never been to a school where I have truly felt like everyone wants me to be successful and is willing to help me" she continues.

While taking her general education classes at a local community college with the intent to go into the nursing program, Anelyse discovered her true love for teaching. "Sometimes I wish I would have figured that out earlier so I would have spent so many semesters taking classes geared toward the medical profession," but in retrospect, she found those courses "made me more confident in my pursuit of becoming an educator and a well-rounded student."

That confidence came in handy when Anelyse did a presentation with a group of other students on the teaching credential program at the Concord campus' annual "Day of the Teacher" conference.

For now, Anelyse is just focused on finishing her credential and starting out on a new and promising career. "I hope to stay local in the Bay Area after I graduate and teach Elementary school. "

  • Print This Page
  • Bookmark and Share