CSUEB transfer credit workshop on Nov. 13
- November 5, 2013 12:00am
The Office of the Registrar at Cal State East Bay will hold a Transfer Credit Workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 13, from 12pm to 1pm in the multi-purpose room of the new University Union.
The workshop will address the following commonly asked questions:
–How do I select courses?
–When will my transfer credit evaluation be completed?
–Where do I find my evaluation in MyCSUEB?
–How do I read my transfer evaluation?
–How do I know what courses I have left to take for my degree?
–What are the degree requirements for a bachelor’s degree?
–How do I know if I have enough units to graduate?
–What happens if I take courses at another institution?
–Where do I go for help?
–What is the writing skills requirement?
This workshop will NOT answer questions about individual records or provide individual academic/course advisement. But, learn about academic progress to help avoid any delays in graduating!
NO RSVP required. The first 300 student can be accommodated. Contact for questions: Email email@example.com or call 510-885-2784 and select #5.
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