Orientation Details

Welcome to The Bay!

Sneak Peek at the Program

ONE DAY PROGRAM | Coming Soon!

  • Check-In begins at 7:30 a.m. Friday morning in front of RAW Plaza (Recreation and Wellness Center)
  • Campus Tour                                              
  • Bay Card Photo ID
  • Program Overview of GE Cluster
  • Academic GE Advising
  • Campus Technology Tutorial                              
  • Pioneer Pete Gameshow about Campus Resource
  • Family BBQ & Campus Resource Fair                     
  • Student Success Workshops
  • Academic Guidance from O-Team Peer Leaders and Faculty
  • Pioneer Bookstore Showcase

TWO DAY PROGRAM | Coming Soon!

Includes everything in the One Day Program & MORE

  • Check-In begins at 7:00 a.m. Thursday morning at Lassen Hall Quad
  • Peer Mentoring & Networking
  • "Your Journey" Workshops on CSUEB Resource:
    • Study Abroad
    • Leadership opportunities
    • Pioneer Athletics
    • Career Development
  • Interactive Workshops on Diversity Topics
  • VIP event at the RAW (Recreation & Wellness Center)
  • Taste of Residential Living in Pioneer Heights
  • ASI Diversity Center Presents (Special Guests Performances)

Note: Orientation for both programs ends at approximately 5:00pm on Friday.

Orientation Rules

Orientation Parking

Parking is available in all general lots. A parking permit will be attached to the confirmation email that will be sent to your Horizon email account. Students can check-in as early as 7:30 a.m. In front of  the Recreation and Wellness Center.

Bringing Guests

Sorry! Freshman Orientation is only for admitted first-time Freshman at Cal State East Bay. We pride ourselves in having a safe and secure campus and therefore, no guests are allowed during Orientation. Parents and family members should register for Family Orientation.

Alcohol/Drugs

Cal State East Bay prohibits the possession, use, or trafficking of drugs or alcohol on campus; this includes your stay at Pioneer Heights. The University Police Department will handle all violations of this rule. Consequences could include, but are not limited to: having your parents called to pick you up, de-enrolled from the University, or arrested. Come to Orientation with a positive outlook and ready to have fun and we’ll show you how to have a good time without breaking the rules.

What to Bring

We suggest you bring the following to Orientation:

  • A photo ID
  • All correspondence you have received from any CSUEB Office (e.g. Admissions, Financial Aid, Testing, etc.)

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