Songs from the university's summer hit show, "Haile!", will be performed during the freshman convocation.

Songs from the university's summer hit show, "Haile!", will be performed during the freshman convocation.

7th annual freshman year convocation Tuesday

  • September 17, 2010 4:10pm

The 2010-2011 freshman class members, along with their families, will be officially welcomed to Cal State East Bay Tuesday (Sept. 21) from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Dining Commons on the Hayward Campus. James Houpis, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, will address those in attendance on behalf of the university. All first-time freshmen are encouraged to attend.

Songs from Cal State East Bay summer hit show, "Haile!" will be performed during the evening program. In addition, a lot of useful information about Cal State East Bay and university life will be provided to those in attendance.

Dinner will be served as part of the overall program. RSVPs are welcome and can be made by e-mail to fyconvocation@csueastbay.edu or by calling (510) 885-2941.

BZ

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