Welcome to UC Davis Student Life, a website for UC Davis students looking for ways to live, learn, play and connect.
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 ways to study and manage your time effectively, and try your hand at a new hobby.
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.
Friends, mentors and advisors—all contribute to your experience as an Aggie. Socialize with classmates on Facebook, volunteer in the community, serve in a leadership role on campus or join a club. Connect and thrive at UC Davis.
We will continue to expand the information in each of these areas on the site, and we welcome your input!
March 3-7. Mixed Heritage Week
March 5. Sex and The Cinema: Dallas Buyers Club, 7 p.m., 1100 Social Sciences. Free to students. The LGBTQIA Resource Center leads a post-film discussion on gender and sex issues.
March 5.Wii Wednesdays, 2-4 p.m, LGBTQIA Resource Center
March 6-16. Grapes of Wrath
March 11. Interview Practice, 1:10-2 p.m., 234 South Hall
March 13. Finding Internships and Student Jobs, 2:10-3 p.m., 229 South Hall
March 13-15. Merchant of Venice
March 15. Aggie Open track and field meet, Woody Wilson track.
March 17. Ags United basketball, 6-8:30 p.m., ARC
March 22. Women's gymnastics championships, 6 p.m., ARC Pavilion.
Chancellor's Civic Engagement Awards
Applications are being accepted for the Chancellor's Civic Engagement Awards, which recognize students and organizations who have demonstrated a substantive and positive community impact through involvement and engagement. Award categories are first-year student, graduate student, individual and student organization.
Take Online Courses for UC Credit
UC Davis students can study with faculty at UCLA, Irvine, Riverside and Santa Cruz this spring through University of California’s cross-campus online program. Enrollment is now open for 12 online courses, including three taught by UC Davis faculty. All courses bear UC unit credit and, if accepted for credit by the student's major, can count toward GE or major requirements.