For New Admits

Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program

Accept Your Offer of Admission

Below are the steps you need to take in order to accept your offer of admission, and begin the process of enrolling in the Berkeley MBA Program. You may also decline your offer of admission by completing step 1.

Step 1: Inform Us of Your Decision

Visit your application status page to provide us with your decision. After you indicate your decision, you will be asked to provide updated contact information (including a current e-mail address, mailing address, and phone number) so you will receive all proper correspondence.

Step 2: Create a CalNet ID

Follow the steps in your application status page to create your CalNetID, which is your online student identity at UC Berkeley. You will need your Student ID number (found in your application page status page). We strongly recommend you use "firstname_lastname" as your username.

Step 3: Complete University of California Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) and Pay Your Deposit

Using your CalNet ID, login to CalCentral (link in your application status page). CalCentral is UC Berkeley's student dashboard where you will complete your Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) and pay your deposit. Please note, there will be an additional 2.75% fee charged for those paying their deposit by credit card.

Step 4: Set Up Your Haas and Email Accounts

Prior to the program starting, you will receive an email with detailed instructions on how to establish your Haas username, password, and email.

Step 5: Get to Know the Program Staff & EWMBAA

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. 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.


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