Welcome to UC Davis Student Life!
Read student stories, find housing, eat well, stay healthy, explore careers, learn about financial aid—all components of a student's life.
Get help with a challenging class, find out where you can get tutoring, study with others, and hone your study skills.
Attend an Aggie game with your roommates, join an intramural sports team or hang out in Downtown Davis—incorporate fun into your life to stay healthy and relieve stress constructively.
Find an internship, volunteer in the community, serve in a leadership role on campus or join a club.
Jan. 20. Time Management Basics, 9-9:50 a.m., 114 South Hall
Jan. 21. How to Publish as an Undergraduate: Strategies for Developing Your Article, 12:10-1:30 p.m., Multipurpose Rm., Student Community Center. Registration not required, just show up!
Jan. 22. How to Get Involved in Research, 4:10-5 p.m., Meeting Rm. D, Student Community Center
Jan. 27-31. Music and Words Festival, Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Jan. 28. Students with Asperger’s Disorder/High Functioning Autism: Transition to College, noon-1:30 p.m., MUII, Memorial Union. A Campus Community Book Project event.
Jan. 28. LGBTQIA Resource Center: Non-Monosexual, Pansexual Awareness Day
Jan. 31. ESPN returns to campus for the Aggies vs. Cal Poly, 7 p.m., ARC Pavilion
Feb. 2. Deadline to apply for Undergraduate Travel Awards
Feb. 6. 25% off UC Davis imprinted clothing the first Friday of every month!
Feb. 25. Winter Internship and Career Fair, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., ARC Pavilion
Feb. 28. Women's basketball vs. UC Santa Barbara, 2 p.m., ARC Pavilion
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Administrative Reorganization and Transformation
As UC Davis has grown in size and scope, the administrative structure of the university—how its divisions, departments and units are organized—has evolved over time.
Learn about how the university is taking an opportunity to look critically at the administrative structure through an initiative called Administrative Reorganization and Transformation, and share your ideas about how the university might change its administrative organizational structure to best support students, faculty and staff.
To learn more about the administrative structure of the university, visit the Administration webpage.