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Continuing Education implements new registration process

  • May 31, 2013 5:15am

Cal State East Bay Continuing Education has implemented a new registration process. Students are now able to apply and enroll for courses online through Continuing Education’s new registration portal at MyCSUEB. Registration can also be made by phone, mail or in person.

Continuing Education students may enroll in classes at MyCSUEB by signing in with their NetID and password. New students will need to create a temporary ID by going to MyCSUEB and clicking the “New Students Apply Here” button. 

Fees are due at time of enrollment and can be paid by cash, credit card, electronic check, check/money order by mail (with registration form) or in person. Acceptable types of credit cards have recently expanded to include American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa.

Students may also use MyCSUEB to check grades and view/print unofficial transcripts for all of their CEU course work.

For more information on Continuing Education registration and enrollment processes, visit here.

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