Tuition and Fees

The fees you pay for your Continuing Education courses vary, depending on the type of course you have selected. You can view individual courses for fee information.

Fees are due at time of enrollment. You can pay your fees by cash, credit card, electronic check, check by mail (with registration form), or in person. Note: Credit card payments are only accepted online.

Credit card and electronic check payments can be made online through our secure interface or through MyCSUEB. We accept American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and VISA. There is a non-refundable 2.65% service charge for paying with a credit card.

Financing Your Certificate Program

Traditional Financial Aid (such as completing the FAFSA, Pell Grants, etc.) is not applicable for Continuing Education certificate programs.

However, there are other options available for you:

Note: Loans will not be certified if they exceed the estimated cost of attendance adjusted to reflect the fees for your specific program.

Sallie Mae Student Loans
Offering competitive fixed interest rates in addition to low variable interest rates on all in-school repayment options, Sallie Mae loans will give you more choice and flexibility. For each new loan, you can choose the pricing and repayment option that best fits your needs (minimum $1,000).  There are no fees, and there are additional ways you can save, such as choosing to make automatic payments from your debit account, and more.  For more information and to apply online, visit their website.

Important: The Continuing Education school code for SallieMae is: 001138-98.

Employer Reimbursement/Assistance
If you are currently employed, inquire with your employer as many companies provide tuition reimbursement/assistance for professional development courses and programs.

Unemployment / Retraining Assistance
If you are currently unemployed, you may be eligible under the provisions of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014. California’s Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL), established in compliance with WIOA, provides customer-focused employment training for adults and dislocated workers. For more information, visit their web site, or visit CareerOneStop's American Job Center Finder to find the office nearest you.

Grant Funds for Certificate Programs
Cal State East Bay, in partnership with Ohlone College's Tri-Cities Career Center, has an educational grant program through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). This grant could provide a partial or a full funding opportunity for eligible certificate programs. To see if you qualify, please complete the WIOA intake form and a member of the team will get back to you.

Veterans Benefits
Cal State East Bay is proud to help veterans and their family in achieving their educational and career goals. A variety of programs have been pre-approved for tuition assistance for active and retired military, and qualified dependents. Get VA Educational Benefit details online, including application and reimbursement processes, and contacts who can help you along the way.

Forever Pioneer Discount
Our Forever Pioneer discount is available for select programs within Continuing Education. Alumni of Cal State East Bay can complete and submit the Forever Pioneer Registration form to receive the discounted pricing. Advanced registration must be processed via the Forever Pioneer Registration form in order to qualify for the discount.

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