The five-course dinner is an opportunity for graduating seniors to learn about proper dinner etiquette and other topics.
Stephanie Haro and Masiel Morales are the only students from the CSU system selected for the program run by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
Cal State East Bay’s Oakland Center will celebrate its grand reopening on Feb. 12 from 4-6 p.m. with a reception hosted by President Leroy M. Morishita.
The senior scored her 1,211th career point for the Pioneers' women's basketball team.
It's the sixth straight year that the Pioneers have captured Scholar All-America honors under head coach Ben Loorz.
Cal State East Bay’s Academic Advising and Career Education Department (AACE) will host the Winter Career and Internship Fair on Jan. 28.
Vaughn led the Pioneers to a 12-9 win over Cal State Bakersfield, their first over a Division I opponent since the 2013 season.
Undergraduate students Teresa Gamber and Jacqueline Ortiz have been honored for their work in promoting and enhancing environmentally-friendly practices.
For the first time since joining the conference, CSUEB swept the CCAA's weekly basketball honors.
Students are using solar energy education to promote social justice and environmental sustainability at home and abroad.
Launched in 2013, the Industry Job Panel Series invites expert Cal State East Bay alumni and professionals to share tips with students.
CSUEB has received national recognition for its diversity and for promoting student success among minorities.
President Leroy M. Morishita and his wife, Barbara, wish everyone happy holidays.
ICE features two different programs of dance works by faculty, students and guest artists while ICE-X takes audiences into more experimental realms.
Students are donating unused meals from their meal plan to those in need.
Breshers averaged 18.5 points and eight rebounds in the Pioneers' 2-0 start to the season.
Cal State East Bay’s production of the Thornton Wilder play is performed by an all student cast, headed by Ronny Marasigan as George Gibbs and Mariah Kuhn as Emily Webb.
Sophomore forward Jeremy Romero, sophomore midfielder Michael Paiva and junior midfielder Steffen Sauer were all named 2015 All-CCAA honorable mention.
The Hawaii native has won ever race she's entered this season and recently helped the Pioneers win the Bay Area Invitational.
CSUEB continued its tradition of improving the Hayward community on Oct. 24, the largest single day of volunteering in the U.S.
The five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education is designed to boost the success and retention rates of the Hispanic and low-income student population.
As part of National Cybersecurity Awareness month, Cal State East Bay computer science professor Levent Ertaul will discuss cybersecurity and privacy at noon on Oct. 28.
Students and alumni of the California State University’s 23 campuses will now have access to a state-of-the-art online network for professional development.
Students have opportunities to help improve the lives of others and give back to the community during this weeklong event.
This year marks the most East Bay honorees since the Pioneers joined the CCAA in 2009-10.
No Cal Sate East Bay students were affected by the cancellation of the exam.
Sorgaard, who has Asperger’s syndrome, was recognized as the Michael and Debe Lucki Scholar and will be awarded with a $6,000 scholarship.
The senior earned the prestigious honor by maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.5.
Jason Anaya, Michael Emono and Richard Rizzo combined their shared interests in tiny houses, sustainability and dystopian fiction with their individual talents and expertise to create “Live Cube.”
The Cal State East Bay women’s swimming team was one of a record 406 programs to earn College Swimming Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America Team honors for a team GPA of over 3.00.
The Garstang, England native was one of 47 athletes to be honored.
Replays of the undergraduate, graduate and Concord campus ceremonies are all available online.
The university is home to students from all walks of life, including many first-generation college students.
Daniel Riddle Rodriguez, an undergraduate in Cal State East Bay’s creative writing program, took first place in a national literary magazine contest for his work “Low Village.”
The innovative program focused on supporting, retaining and graduating transfer students is celebrating its first graduating class on Sunday, June 7.
Cal State East Bay’s student housing residents will have the opportunity to unload unwanted reusable items and find some new treasures at FreeFest from June 7-12.
Rachel Echeandia and Erik Miranda took second place in the undergraduate education category at the CSU Student Research Competition.