- Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center
- Tutoring Resources
- Financial Aid
- Community Resources
- Office of Educational Outreach
- Student Disability Center
- Student Resources for Remote Learning
- Internship and Career Center
- Student Health and Wellness Center
- Mental Health Services
Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center
Aggie Compass and the ASUCD Food Pantry are considered essential services and will remain available remotely and in different ways. We will be monitoring the situation closely and will move in alignment with public health and city decisions.
- Request a Hotspot
- Request a Loaner Laptop
- Submit a Basic Needs Assistance Form
- Call 530-752-9254 from 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday
- Email email@example.com
- Academic Assistance and Tutoring Centers
- Academic Assistance and Tutoring Centers (AATC) exist to help undergraduate students thrive at UC Davis and beyond. We provide an inclusive and interactive environment where students participate in reinforcing and retaining knowledge in multi-disciplinary writing, math, and science+ through co-curricular academic services provided by both professional staff and peer tutors. We strive to support students in developing academic competence and confidence that will empower them to succeed at UC Davis.
The mission of the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office is to provide prospective and enrolled students with information and resources to financially support their educational goals. We will work together to provide service in a timely, equitable and caring manner, in full support of the community, University, and governing agencies.
Many services provided by our centers and programs are still being offered remotely. We encourage you to visit their website for more information.
- AB540 and Undocumented Student Center
The center is offering remote services via phone and Zoom, including holistic support, financial support, mental health support and legal service referrals.
- Asian Pacific Islander Retention Initiative
Many services, including case management, individual student appointments and online events, will continue to be available remotely.
- Center for African Diaspora Student Success
Advising, seminars and work groups will continue via Zoom.
- Center for Chicanx and Latinx Academic Student Success
Advising, tutoring, CAN counseling and other services will continue via Zoom.
- Center for Student Involvement
Opportunities to get involved in registered student organizations (RSOs), leadership workshops, involvement workshops and other services will continue via Zoom. Guidelines for RSOs and Sorority and Fraternity Life organizations have been provided by the Center for Student Involvement (CSI).
- Cross Cultural Center
Programming and services are being offered remotely, including CAN Counselor support, E-socials and roundtables, E-Book Club and more.
- Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
Remote events, check-ins and counseling. In-person appointments will be available on a limited basis.
- Guardian Scholars
Remote check-ins and activities are being planned. In-person appointments will be available on a limited basis.
- LGBTQIA Resource Center
Remote drop-ins and crisis support will be available in addition to general inquiry and CAN Counselor support via email. Online engagement opportunities on through social media, watch parties and Discord.
- Middle Eastern, North African and South Asian Student Resources
Select in-person events will be offered remotely. Consultations are available by request. For appointments: calendly.com/awaseem. Available by email and Zoom.
- Native American Academic Student Success Center
Services will continue to be available remotely, including case management, community check-ins, individual academic plan advising, tutoring, CAN counseling, tribal presentation and coffee talks, mentorship activities and more.
- Sorority and Fraternity Life
Remote check-ins for Sorority and Fraternity Life (SFL) organizations, webinars for SFL organizations, virtual recruitment and outreach for sorority and fraternity life. Guidelines for RSOs and Sorority and Fraternity Life organizations have been provided by the Center for Student Involvement (CSI).
- Special Transitional Enrichment Program (STEP)
Remote check-ins, workshops and webinars will be available. In-person appointments will be available on a limited basis.
- Transfer and Reentry Center
Many of the center’s programs and services will continue remotely, including weekly classes via Zoom, remote peer advising, workshops and information sessions.
- Veteran’s Success Center
- Women’s Resource and Research Center
The center will offer remote drop-ins and crisis support, general inquiry support via email and remote programming (Instagram, Zoom, Webinars) including gender equity education, community building and academic support.
Office of Educational Outreach
The Office of Educational Opportunity and Enrichment Services (OEOES) houses a number of centers, programs and services designed to support student learning, enhance the student experience and foster strong communities where students feel empowered to achieve their goals.
- Success Coaching and Learning Strategies
Success workshops will be live via Zoom and appointments will be held over the phone or via Zoom. The best way to schedule an appointment is through the Appointment Advising System or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Students may also also access additional online resources including a self-assessment and learning toolkit.
- Information about the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), the Veterans Success Center, the Transfer and Reentry Center, STEP and Guardian Scholars can all be found in the Community Resources section of this webpage.
Student Disability Center
The Student Disability Center (SDC) is offering phone and Zoom appointments, and you can still submit disability documentation via email at email@example.com or by fax at 530-752-0161. Contact the SDC for any questions or concerns related to requests for accommodation, approval of services or equitable access to educational programs.
Student Resources for Remote Learning
Information and resources to support remote learning, including what to do if you need a computer, wi-fi, remote learning strategies and international access to online tools.
Internship and Career Center
The Internship and Career Center (ICC) is providing services remotely, including workshops and phone and video advising, and updating content and resources to address the changing employment landscape. You can still find a job, internship or career position through Handshake.
Student Health and Wellness Center
The Student Health and Wellness Center is one of the two primary locations for services provided by Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS). SHCS provides quality and cost-sensitive care tailored to the unique and diverse needs of students. This building is at the heart of the SHCS mission, which is to provide campus health and wellness resources that enable students to successfully achieve their academic goals and promote lifelong wellness.
Mental Health Services
- Please review the COVID-19 Mental Health Resource Flyer for more information about mental health appointments, crisis support and self-care that is available, based on where you are residing this fall.
- Familiarize yourself with the mental health resources at the Each Aggie Matters website.
- In Crisis? Text RELATE to 741741 | Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255