Steps to Enrollment
Congratulations! We’re so excited to welcome you to the Berkeley Haas family! To complete your enrollment and hold your place in the class, please follow steps 1-2 by the given deadlines. Steps 3-6 will prepare you to begin the program.
Fill out the Statement of Intent to Register to accept or decline your offer of admission.
Choosing to accept your offer of admission on the Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) is the formal notice to UC Berkeley that you will be registering to start classes July 2023. This step must be completed to officially accept your offer of admission with the University. *This step is required before you can make your deposit.
1. Create your CalNet ID
The day after you submit your SIR form, you will receive an email with instructions on how to create your CalNet ID, which is your online student identity at UC Berkeley. Your CalNet ID will also be used as your Berkeley email address.
- You will need your Student ID number (given in the email and also listed in the Admit tab of the application portal).
- We strongly recommend you use “firstname_lastname” as your username.
- Within 24 hours, log in to bConnected to activate your berkeley.edu email address.
Former UC Berkeley Students: You do not need to complete the instructions to create your CalNet ID and will proceed to pay your deposit using your existing CalNet ID. If you have forgotten your CalNet ID, or need assistance with your previous CalNet ID, please contact CalNet Office at [email protected] (510-642-4126).
2. Pay your Tuition Deposit
Pay your non-refundable $2,500 deposit using your CalNet ID and passphrase. We encourage students to pay by e-check (also known as EFT) or wire transfer. Students choosing to pay by credit card will be assessed an additional 2.75% fee. Deposits are applied toward the first semester fees.
3. Upload your Covid-19 Vaccination Record
UC Berkeley policy has been updated and now requires that all students need to upload proof of COVID-19 vaccination before they can be enrolled in classes. Two days after you have paid your deposit, please visit eTang to upload your vaccination records by July 31, 2023 and learn more about the University Health Services.
Review your application checklist to ensure you’ve submitted all official documents necessary to matriculate in July. If any documents, such as transcripts or translations, are missing or insufficient, please check your inbox for an email from us or reference your online checklist directly.
Official documents should be sent directly to our department at the mailing address below:
Evening & Weekend MBA Admissions
Haas School of Business
430 Student Services Bldg #1906
Berkeley, CA 94720-1906
If your domestic university offers Electronic Transcript Services such as Parchment, then email it directly to [email protected]. Do not select UC Berkeley from available schools. This will send your transcript to our main campus, where we do not have access to them.
The Program Office will be your main point of contact as an EWMBA student. You will find a lot of answers to your questions about the program office as a new admit here. The Program Office will reach out to you in early summer. In the meantime, meet the EWMBA Program Office here.
The Evening & Weekend MBA Association (EWMBAA) is your student governing body and works to create the best environment for working professionals like yourself. Learn more about EWMBAA here, along with additional resources.
You will be invited to our Slack workspace for the EWMBA Class of 2026 soon after receiving your decision letter. This unique forum brings together the Class of 2026 and connects you to Berkeley Haas EWMBA students, admissions, and program office staff to provide guidance and support.
We recommend that you take a minute to develop your profile, in particular to upload a photo of yourself—this will help you start building more personal connections right away.
The program cost for the 2022—2023 academic year are $3,600 per unit, with a minimum of 42 units required for graduation. Program fees are subject to adjustment annually, and the number of required units may change.
If you are planning to finance any part of the Berkeley Haas Evening & Weekend Program, we encourage you to contact the Berkeley Haas Financial Aid Office directly to discuss your options at your earliest convenience. The Financial Aid Office at the Haas School exists to help students efficiently secure the best federal and outside funding to achieve their degrees.
We encourage you to schedule a consultation with our Financial Aid team to craft the best funding plan based on your goals and resources.
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