Resources for Students
Student Health and Counseling Services
- Provides a wide variety of medical, mental health and wellness services to all registered UC Davis students regardless of insurance coverage.
- Located in The Student Health and Wellness Center and North Hall.
LGBTQIA Resource Center
- The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual Resource Center provides an open, safe, inclusive space and community where students, staff, faculty and community members from all sexes, gender identities, gender expressions, sexualities and asexualities are welcomed and celebrated.
- Located on the first floor of the Student Community Center.
Internship and Career Center
- Provides Internship and Career related resources to UC Davis undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni. Resources include, but are not limited to, career planning, resume and cover letter samples, internship and career fairs, advising, events and workshops.
- Located in South Hall, open M-F 10am-4pm.
- Integrates global opportunities into the academic experience and aims to inspire global curiosity, understanding and engagement.
- Study Abroad goes beyond traditional programs to meet the academic, personal, and professional needs of UC Davis’ diverse and driven student body.
- For information on programs, explore the website or visit the Study Abroad Office located in the International Center.
Library Book Reservations
- Through Course Reserves, instructors may place required and recommended readings for use by themselves and the students enrolled in their course.
- This resource allows students to access course materials for free through the UC Davis Library.
Undergraduate Research Center
- Encourages and facilitates research opportunities for UC Davis undergraduates in all majors and class levels and promotes research as a high impact student experience to enhance readiness to succeed in future careers.
- The URC offers advising, info sessions, workshops, funding, programs and conferences.
- Located in the Student Community Center, open M-F 9am-5pm.
Educational Opportunity Program
- Strives to improve access, retention and graduation of students who have been historically disadvantaged, either socially or economically.
- Provides mentorship, academic programs, financial assistance, counseling/advising and other campus support services.
- The Educational Opportunity Program serves California residents from all ethnic backgrounds and Native American Students from any state.
Services for International Students and Scholars
- SISS helps build a campus community that includes student scholars from over 140 countries and six continents.
- They assist incoming and current international students and scholars and their families while they are at UC Davis.
- Provides orientation, assistance, information, and referral to international students, faculty, and researchers regarding financial, personal, cultural and academic concerns.
- Located in the International Center.
- Comprehensive list of food, housing, financial, mental wellness, and crisis resources available to students.
- Assists students with accessing food, EBT, housing, mental wellness, and crisis resources.
- Located in the East Wing Memorial Union next to the Market on the first floor. Open M-F 9am-5pm closed Saturday and Sunday.
Aggie Food Connection
- Comprehensive list of resources both on and off campus for students seeking free and low-cost food and produce options.
Fruit and Veggie Up!
- Free produce for all UC Davis students!
- Located at the Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center, MU first floor
- Be sure to bring your student ID and a bag
- Mondays and Fridays 11am-1pm
- Aims to fight food insecurity, promote health, fresh food, and ensure that all students have access to food and basic necessities.
- FREE! Provides up to five items per day to UC Davis students who show their student ID.
- Location: Memorial Union 154
- Monday-Friday 11:30am-6pm, Weekends 9am-1pm
- California financial aid program that helps students buy food and eat healthier.
- 2 in 5 students are eligible and the average student receives $150 each month.
- Visit the website to learn more about the program and eligibility.
Food Access Map
- Map including locations and a list of food services including:
- Early and late hours locations
- Vending Machines
- Price Ranges
- Vegan/Vegetarian food options.
Fruit and Veggie Map
- List of locations where students can access free and low-cost fruits and vegetables.
- Includes EBT locations.
Davis Community Meals
- Provides both meals and housing assistance to community members experiencing food shortages and/or crisis.
Yolo County Food Bank
- Provides a map of resources off-campus and located in the areas surrounding Davis including Woodland.
- Also provides a map of food pickup locations for individuals in need of food.
Yolo County Short Term Emergency Aid (STEAC)
- Provides financial, housing, utilities, and food-related short term aid for individuals and families at or below the Federal poverty level who live in Yolo County.
- FREE cooking classes at Student Health and Wellness Center
- Topics always vary. See schedule here: https://shcs.ucdavis.edu/services/nutrition- services/teaching-kitchen
- Online recipes that are low in cost, high in nutrition and short on time