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Q&A: Meet Pablo G. Reguerín

The new vice chancellor for Student Affairs is Bolivia-born, Bay Area-raised and brings a vast and varied experience as a scholar-practitioner to UC Davis and the Division of Student Affairs.

5 Ways UC Davis Can Help You Achieve Your New Year's Goals

The new year can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Resolutions and routines alike can be made and maintained with a little help and relatively little grief. Check out this list of goals that you can achieve using resources right here in Davis!

Equitable Access Success Allows Reduced Fees, Grants for Students

Pioneered by UC Davis Stores, Equitable Access — under which students pay a flat rate for all course materials — ended its first year with a surplus that translated this fall quarter into reduced fees for all and grants that covered all costs for 1,000 low-income students.

Expanding Support for Student Parents

Like other reentry and non-traditional students, student parents benefit from forms of support and services tailored to their needs and mode of life. Recently, Student Affairs units have undertaken a series of new projects and initiatives to best serve this group.

UC Davis and University Credit Union Announce New Partnership

Gain a Financial Advantage with University Credit Union

As the official credit union partner of UC Davis, we’re here to give you banking resources for campus life and real life…wherever that may take you. As a not-for-profit financial cooperative powered by you, our focus is to help students with a financial plan and the tools necessary to achieve your goals.

8 Steps to Quarter System Success (and Balance)

The beginning of a new school year can be a whirlwind, and the quarter system guarantees things move fast. Before you know it, it’s midterms—not long after that, finals. If this is how it’s feeling, here are some tips to help you thrive and enjoy student life, avoid burnout and get in tune with the pace of the UC Davis academic quarter.

The Do's and Don'ts of Biking on Campus

Davis is one of the top bicycling cities in the country, but navigating roundabouts, passing and mixed bike and pedestrian traffic across campus can be a bit daunting if you’re not clear on the do’s and don’ts.

Top Tips for Getting Adjusted (and Readjusted) to Campus this Fall

This quarter it won’t just be first-years who are getting to know campus for the first time. With all the changes over the past academic year, as well as continuing Campus Ready measures, we thought Aggies could use a roundup of what’s new on campus, what to look out for, where to find what you need and this quarter’s unique student life need-to-knows.

Student Affairs 2021 Retirees

This year the Division of Student Affairs said farewell to some wonderful employees who have bettered the Aggie community through their service to UC Davis! We thank each retiree for their years of service, commitment and dedication to making the university the best it can be every day. Congratulations to our 2021 retirees!

Student Affairs Expanding Student Health and Wellness Programs

As part of our ongoing support of the well being of all Aggies, the Division of Student Affairs will be expanding our health and wellness programs for undergraduate and graduate students starting fall 2021, including the largest mental health investment at UC Davis since 2015 and more offerings from Campus Recreation.

Your Pandemic Year — Looking Back, Looking Forward

Not long ago, we reached a milestone: one full calendar year since campus switched over to remote instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic; and now we're nearing the end of the 2020–21 academic year—another major milestone. Each of us has faced burdens, disappointments and unique challenges in that time—but alongside those, many have also found silver linings and unexpected reasons for hope. 

Mental Health Awareness and Support at UC Davis

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. A lot has changed since May 2020, and while some pandemic-related stressors have thankfully begun to let up, mental health awareness remains as important as before the pandemic. Take a minute or two to reacquaint yourself with the campus services and wellness programming—both in-person and virtual—that are here for you.