Last updated April 2, 2020
To help address specific questions you may have related to campus decisions and other announcements, we have developed a student-focused frequently asked questions (FAQ) for you to utilize as an informational resource as things progress throughout the remainder of the school year. As we receive questions and feedback from students, we will continue to update and add information. We encourage you to check this FAQ page frequently.
The facts related to COVID-19 in Yolo County are changing rapidly, so it’s important to keep checking in. We will also be providing updates via multiple communication channels, with social media being the most expedient way to share announcements. If you aren’t already, we encourage you to follow Student Affairs Facebook and Instagram channels and check The Updater tile on myucdavis. The most up-to-date campus information can be found online on the UC Davis coronavirus updates webpage.
What if I have concerns about the Coronavirus?
A good way to manage any worries about COVID-19 is to stay as informed as possible. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has posted some very good information.
Is the campus closing?
The campus is moving to suspended operations and will close non-critical campus amenities and facilities. Some campus buildings will remain open, and also still available will be critical campus units, including residence halls, apartments, dining facilities, Student Health and Counseling Services and student support services, though some services may be modified.
Should I go home?
We encourage students to consider returning home (permanent residence) and continue their studies remotely, if that is feasible. Note for international students: travel outside the U.S. should be limited since reentering the U.S. may be restricted, which could lead to issues with your visa or immigration status. Please contact Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS) if you are an international student considering leaving the U.S.
What if I can’t go home?
Our housing and dining services will remain open to serve residents that are unable to vacate their campus residence. Please be advised, while the campus is currently open, services may be reduced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When should I come back?
Instruction will be offered through remote means for the entire spring quarter. If possible, students are encouraged to remain at home (permanent residence) until in-person classes resume. The COVID-19 pandemic is constantly changing. Weekly updates to the community will be provided.
Remote Learning for Spring Quarter
What is the guidance to students for remote learning?
We are all doing this for the first time. While this journey on “Remote Learning” will be new to us, every university and all their students are on the same path. As we shift to remote instruction for spring quarter, both you and your instructors will need to make changes. Your instructors will likely be using a combination of Canvas, Zoom, email, and other web-based tools to offer remote instruction. To help students plan and prepare for their new learning environment, please review the Remote Learning Strategies available on the Keep Teaching website.
What you need to know before the start of the quarter?
Make sure you have a computer equipped with a camera and microphone, and access to the internet. Please complete the Technology Readiness and Work survey to help us understand your technology readiness and help us plan how to support you.
What do I do on the first day of class?
- Log into Canvas by the first day of instruction. If your instructor is using Canvas, you should be able to see your class. You can check earlier, but it may not be visible before the first day of instruction. Remember, your instructors are working hard to create remote teaching resources, so resources may not be available before the first day of instruction.
- Instructors who are not using Canvas should contact you via email. If you don’t hear from them, email them.
- As instruction evolves, we will post updates to the Student Resources section of the Keep Teaching website.
I do not have reliable access to WiFi. What do I do?
Please refer to the Student Resources section of the Keep Teaching website for help with WiFi access.
Is there a student laptop loaner program available for spring quarter? Please refer to the Student Resources section of the Keep Teaching website for this information.
What is the status of lab instruction?
This is evolving! We are working on remote options for some lab courses. We will update the Keep Teaching website.
As students continue academic pursuits in a shifted modality for spring quarter, academic advisors will provide service to students remotely.
Where can I find academic advising information? Your college and/or major department advising offices:
- College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences
- College of Biological Sciences:
- College of Engineering
- College of Letters & Science
How do I schedule an appointment with my academic advisor? Schedule appointments per usual through your appointment system. Students within the College of Biological Sciences can schedule appointments here. All other students can schedule appointments here.
Can I schedule an in-person appointment? In order to comply with campus and community directives, academic advising will only happen remotely at this time. No in-person meetings will occur.
What are my remote appointment options? You can connect via Zoom or phone. Your academic advisor will send connection details to you prior to your scheduled appointment. If you cannot connect via Zoom for any reason, you can always use the dial-in by phone option.
What do I need to prepare for Zoom? While you may find it useful to sign up for a free Zoom account, you do not need one. You can use Zoom on a computer or a smartphone device.
To begin: click the meeting link that you receive, let the Zoom software/app download, follow the prompts, and you will enter into the remote session or virtual waiting room.
You’ll need: minimally audio functionality, ideally a webcam for video functionality on your end, stable internet connection, and a quiet place.
Why Zoom? Zoom has many useful features. We have heard from students that the screen sharing functionality has been especially helpful in a virtual advising setting.
To reduce the stress on students as we adapt as a campus to the remote learning environment, there will be added flexibility to the Passed/No Passed (P/NP) grading option for this quarter. The deadline to opt for a P/NP grade rather than a letter grade has been extended to the last day of instruction. You may also revert back to a letter grade by the last day of instruction. Letter grading remains fully accessible to all students.
You should consider the following before electing to take a course P/NP:
- A “P” is equivalent to a C- or better. P/NP grades are not used in GPA calculations.
- Taking a course P/NP could have important implications for future graduate school admissions. Graduate schools may have prerequisites that require letter grading. If you have applied to a graduate program for fall 2020, please check with that program for information on how P/NP grading may affect your application.
- If you are taking a course to fulfill the Entry Level Writing Requirement, you should not change the grading option to P/NP. You must earn a C or better to fulfill that requirement.
- No course units are awarded for a NP. If you receive a NP, this could drop you below minimum progress or affect academic probationary status. This could also affect the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) calculation, which determines your eligibility for future financial aid.
- Veterans who receive financial assistance may have a strong motivation to take classes for a letter grade, as the receipt of a grade such as a “NP” can retroactively impact financial aid. Some branches of the armed forces require that students maintain a 2.0 or higher, or make progress toward degree completion; the P/NP option may hinder the ability to maintain this threshold. These are complex issues and students should consult closely with their advisors or the Veterans Success Center.
How do I change my grading option?
Use Schedule Builder to follow the regular process for changing your grading option.
Can I change from P/NP back to a letter grade?
Yes. You can revert back to a letter grade up until the last day of instruction.
Will taking a class P/NP impact my GPA?
P/NP grades are not factored into the GPA calculation.
Will taking a class P/NP impact my time to graduation?
That depends on whether a letter grade in the class is required by your major or college. Additionally, courses in which you receive an “NP” grade yield no units toward graduation.
I am repeating a course after taking it for a letter grade. Can I take it P/NP in Spring 2020?
Who should I talk to if I’m not sure what to do?
You should start by contacting your academic advisor in your Dean’s Office (or BASC, if you are a College of Biological Student) or your major advisor if the course you are considering changing to P/NP is specifically required for your major. Don’t panic if you cannot get an appointment with an advisor right away. Remember, you don’t need to make this decision immediately. The deadline to opt for P/NP grading, or to revert back to letter grading, has been extended to the last day of instruction for spring 2020 (June 7, 2020).
Is the Campus Store open?
The Campus Store, as an essential retailer providing a vital service to the campus community, remains open Monday through Friday, with special hours during the spring rush (see the UC Davis Stores webpage for up-to-date information on store hours). Note that The Downtown Store, The Market at the ARC, The Market at the MU, and Welcome Center store are closed until further notice.
Has the Campus Store taken steps to promote social distancing?
Yes. A limit of 25 customers at a time will be allowed in the store, and social distancing is being encouraged through such measures as stationing an employee at register lines and tape on the floor indicating six feet of space. To minimize person-to-person contact, a dedicated pickup location for online orders is located at the front entrance. The Campus Store has also significantly increased the frequency and rigor of cleaning and sanitation during operating hours and after closing. This includes regularly disinfecting high-touch areas, including door handles, keypads, registers and counters.
How do I access my books for spring quarter?
To support remote instruction during spring 2020, all textbooks available in digital format will be provided as e-books. To access the e-books available for your courses, click on the Bookshelf option in the Canvas navigation menu. You have auto-access for any required textbooks, but you can opt out in the Bookshelf window if you make other arrangements for the text. If you do not see a book in Canvas, it is not offered in digital format, and you will need to purchase the print version.
For suggested textbooks, you have trial access until the 14th day of instruction and can choose to opt in during that period to retain access for the rest of the quarter. The access charge will be billed for any items showing a status of “Opted In” after the 14th day of instruction.
For questions regarding content access and billing, please contact the student support desk at email@example.com. For questions regarding functionality of the Bookshelf e-reader, please contact the Vital Source support desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Books without a digital equivalent will not appear in Canvas. You can order these books from the UC Davis Stores website, Amazon or wherever you prefer to buy textbooks.
Do I need to move out of my residence?
In order to reduce campus density, students are encouraged to go home (permanent residence) and continue their studies remotely. The Residence Halls, Student Housing Apartments and Solano Park Apartments remain open at this time for students who are unable to vacate their campus residence. Students may choose to permanently move out for Spring quarter and they will receive a prorated refund for their room and board/housing if they choose to do so. All personal belongings must be removed from the space for students who are terminating their contract or lease; storage will not be provided.
I am moving off-campus for the spring quarter. What are my options with my current housing contract/lease?
Residence Hall and Student Housing Apartments residents need to visit the myHousingPortal to cancel their spring quarter contract. In order to receive the full Spring Quarter refund, residents must complete the online process and remove all belongings before March 25th, 2020 by 4:00pm. After that date, the refund will be prorated based upon a daily rate. Solano Park Apartment residents can simply e-mail the Student Housing and Dining Services Office with the date they would like to vacate for Spring Quarter; the 42-day notice will not apply to this situation.
I am currently at home, canceling my spring quarter housing contract and want to return to move out my belongings. Am I able to do so with the “shelter in place” and "stay at home" directives from Yolo County and the State of California, respectively?
County Shelter in Place Orders permit travel to retrieve belongings from colleges and universities and travel to facilitate remote learning. Similar to Shelter in Place Orders issued by counties, the Governor’s Stay at Home Order also permits such essential travel because institutions of higher learning were identified by the Governor as a critical function. Therefore, you and/or your family members may return to completely move out of your room or apartment, if you chose to cancel your spring quarter housing contract. You will be able to access your building to move out or to retrieve belongings.
What is the guidance for students who live in Sol at West Village, The Colleges at LaRue, 8th and Wake, Russell Park, LaRue Park, Co-ops, fraternities or sororities?
These properties are not owned by the campus and have their own housing policies. Please contact your building/house manager for details. In the event your current housing will close down and you do not have other options or would prefer to stay in Davis, please email e-mail the Student Housing and Dining Services Office for assistance in securing a university housing contract.
What is the guidance for students who live off campus in private homes or apartments?
If you live off campus in a private residence, you are responsible for paying rent for the remainder of the term of your lease unless your landlord has provided a written confirmation that the full rent is not due. We recommend you contact the person or company who manages your lease to understand your options. In addition, we have issued guidance regarding the recent City of Davis Eviction Ordinance and Governor's Executive Order to help address financial hardships and rent payments during this challenging time.
What do I do if I am experiencing a housing crisis or at risk for losing housing?
Please refer to the basic needs support information for help.
Will dining services be available through spring quarter?
We expect that dining services will be available to students who are staying on campus, although there may be modifications to services or hours of operations. Please visit the Dining Services website for the current available locations and hours.
What if I am sick, staying in my room and need food?
We do offer sick tray service. Provide your Student ID to a fellow resident who can visit the appropriate Dining Commons to request a sick tray for you.
My roommate seems to be ill. What should I do?
Please refer to the Student Health and Counseling Services section for guidance.
For more specific information about Student Housing and Dining Services,
please visit housing.ucdavis.edu.
Will I be able to access health care at Student Health and Counseling Services?
Yes. Student Health and Counseling Services (including the Medical Services, Pharmacy, Laboratory, Optometry and Counseling Services) will remain open for students.
Students who have fever and/or a cough or shortness of breath AND recent travel to a CDC Level 2 or Level 3 country:
You must first call SHCS to arrange for appropriate precautions prior to visiting the SHCS. Call 530-752-2349.
Phone and online access are available for the following students:
- Any student, including those who are no longer on campus or in the Davis area
- Those who have traveled to a CDC Level 2 or Level 3 country within the past 14 days
- Those who have respiratory symptoms and who have traveled to a CDC Level 2 or Level 3 country or are a known contact of someone with COVID-19
- Those who wish to use after hours services or self-help online care resources
Student Health and Counseling Services providers by phone:
- Medical visits: Speak with a Student Health Center nurse during normal business hours or the after-hours nurse advice service by calling 530-752-2349.
- Mental health visits: Students can call Counseling Services at 530-752-0871 to schedule an appointment with a counselor or to hear more about counseling resources on campus. Mental Health Crisis Consultation Services are available in 219 North Hall, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. No appointment is needed. (Mental Health Crisis Consultations Services are currently not available at the Student Health & Wellness Center)
Additional mental health resources:
- COVID-19 Mental Health Resource Flyer (pdf download)
- LiveHealth Online: Have secure, online video visits with licensed mental health professionals and primary care providers; no referral is needed.
- Therapy Assistance Online: Use interactive tools and self-care exercises for mental health concerns.
What should I do if I’ve traveled internationally and need to return to campus?
Any students returning from high risk Level 2 or Level 3 countries are required to self-quarantine off campus for 14 days. Contact SHCS at 530-752-2349 for information about self-quarantining, health monitoring and other support.
What should I do if I am diagnosed with COVID-19 while away from campus?
Please call Student Health and Counseling Services at 530-752-2349 so that we can be aware and coordinate care if needed.
What if I want to come in to be tested for COVID-19?
We are currently following Yolo County guidelines for testing, which include the following:
- People with a severe infection who are hospitalized
- People who have COVID-19 signs and symptoms and live in a nursing home
- Healthcare workers who have symptoms and have a known exposure to a person with COVID-19
- The elderly who have symptoms and chronic health problems
If you feel that you need to be tested based on the criteria above, or if you have further questions, please contact your provider via Health-e-Messaging or schedule a phone appointment with an advice nurse call 530-752-2349. If testing is ordered, it will be provided at no cost to you.
What should I do if my roommate is sick?
It is crucial for all members of the UC Davis community to heed the recommendations for preventive care which have the greatest likelihood of protecting us as individuals as well as the larger community by diminishing the chances of transmission of the virus:
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds, or, as an alternative, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
- Stay home if you are sick and avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, throw the tissue in the trash and wash your hands.
In addition, it is recommended that people practice good health habits: Get plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage stress, drink plenty of fluids and eat nutritious food. If you have not received your annual flu shot, please schedule one with your provider to help protect yourself against the flu. (At the Student Health and Wellness Center, flu shots are covered for students with SHIP insurance and $25 for students without SHIP.) Do not smoke or use e-cigarettes. For information, see the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s People at Risk for Serious Illness From COVID-19.
If you have questions about alternative arrangements to housing if your roommate is sick, contact the Student Housing main office.
What do I do if I become sick?
Signs of coronavirus infection include fever and respiratory symptoms like a cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.
For students — Student Health and Counseling Services, based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, has developed additional screening (by phone and at its front desks) and has implemented additional protocols to help identify possible cases of coronavirus to provide optimal care for those with symptoms and to protect other patients and staff.
Any student who suspects they have influenza or coronavirus should contact Student Health and Counseling Services at 530-752-2349 or their primary medical provider prior to arriving at the medical office. This will allow the office to provide you with information on your illness and to plan for your visit to the clinic, if needed. In addition, please review the steps to help prevent the spread of respiratory illness if you are sick.
What do I do if I test positive or someone I know tests positive for COVID-19?
Follow the campus protocol on how to report a positive COVID-19 test result if a UC Davis student, staff or faculty members tests positive.
What’s happening to student support services, such as the Student Disability Center, the Internship and Career Center, Student Community Center, Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS), Student Support Case Managers, etc.?
Support services will still be available remotely using Zoom, email, phone, etc. It’s best to check the website of the office you’re interested in to learn more.
What do I do if I qualify for academic accommodations and have concerns about the impact that remote instruction may have on me?
Please contact the Student Disability Center for any questions or concerns related to requests for accommodation, approval of services, or equitable access to educational programs.
What is the status of basic needs support?
The Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center is currently open and recommends minimizing in-person use of the space so that we can stay open for students with emergency needs. In response to growing concerns over COVID-19, the Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center has prepared a Living Guide to help students navigate available resources and support. If you are a student with an emergency need, i.e., lacking adequate nutritious food, homeless, at risk of losing housing, etc.:
- Submit a resource request
- Call 530-752-9254 from 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday (these hours may be modified, so please check the Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center website to confirm hours of operation)
- Email email@example.com
What about tutoring and supplemental instruction?
Most of the academic support provided by Academic Assistance and Tutoring Centers will happen remotely through online classes, workshops and individual tutoring. For information on academic support services, check out the website at Academic Assistance and Tutoring Centers. Tutoring services in the Residential Academic Centers are closed.
What services is the Internship and Career Center offering?
The Internship and Career Center (ICC) is providing services in a virtual format and updating our content and resources to address the changing employment landscape. You can still find a job, internship or career position! Visit the website for regular updates and find some highlighted services below.
- Looking for a part-time or temporary job right now? Check our “Quick hire” list. These are local/regional opportunities in which hiring is taking place quickly to provide essential services (biotech, logistics, health care services, child care, etc.) during the national health crisis. We are updating as we hear of new opportunities.
- Phone and video advising appointments are available via Handshake. Appointment times have been expanded to include late afternoon and evening hours.
- Need to prepare for an on-line interview? Here’s a short video we created to help you “Ace the On-line Interview”! You got this!
- Spring quarter ICC Workshops will be delivered via Zoom. We are inviting employers to join and share their tips, which is an additional way to connect with them and build your network. Register via Handshake to obtain the meeting number.
- Companies are still recruiting! Search jobs and internships via Handshake.
- The Spring Internship and Career Fair has been cancelled in adherence with physical distancing mandates. Stay tuned as we are working diligently to create a virtual career fair. For now, we are providing the list of companies registered for the Spring Fair live so you can see the firms interested in hiring Aggies.
What is the guidance for events in spring quarter?
Any UC Davis event with attendance of greater than 50 people is canceled. The attendance cap applies to all events, university-sponsored or otherwise, in all campus spaces and venues, at all UC Davis locations, and to university events held off-campus.
What if the event attendance is below the attendance cap?
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) also provided guidance for events of any size, including those with planned attendance of less than 50. They advise that “events should only be continued if they can be carried out with adherence to guidelines for protecting vulnerable populations, hand hygiene and social distancing. When feasible, organizers could modify events to be virtual.” With this guidance, we recommend to move all events and meetings virtual, whenever possible.
What is the status of Commencement?
No decisions have been made regarding spring commencements but will be communicated as soon as feasible, both for the individual graduate and professional ceremonies as well as those for graduating seniors.
Is there specific guidance for events hosted by Registered Student Organizations or Greek organizations?
Please refer to the guidance provided by the Center for Student Involvement.
What is the status of spring quarter tuition and fees?
Consistent with guidance from the UC Office of the President, for all enrolled students, tuition and fees remain unchanged as the remote instruction program fully supports continuing progress toward students’ academic degrees. All tuition and fee charges will remain the same as published here, except for Course Materials and Services Fees.
The Spring Quarter Fee Payment deadline was on March 15. However, the Late Fee Payment deadline is available for students who need additional time to pay. UC Davis eliminated the $110 Late Payment Fee for the Spring Quarter 2020. If you find that you need an extended payment plan, you may enroll in the Late Deferred Payment Plan through April 10. The plan allows for two installments due on April 15 and May 15 with a down payment of 33.3% of fees due at enrollment. Students can review their account and enroll in the payment plan at MyBill. If you have questions regarding your account or need assistance in enrolling in the Late Deferred Payment Plan, please contact the Student Accounting Office at Contact an Expert or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why are the Campus-based and Student Services Fees not being adjusted?
The University continues to function even as many staff and faculty are working and teaching remotely. While certain aspects of campus operations are curtailed during this transition, the campus is not closed. Staff are supporting most functions remotely and all staff are receiving paid administrative leave. As well, many of the costs associated with campus-based fees are necessary to maintain campus infrastructure and fund long-term debt obligations. The debt owed for student buildings and facilities, such as the Memorial Union, Student Community Center, Student Health and Wellness Center and the recent ARC expansion also continues despite the current crisis. In addition, the campus is now incurring new costs to support remote teaching and learning related needs and unexpected shifts in operational and staffing needs. Staff continues to serve and support students and certain services, such as Student Health and Counseling Services, the Basic Needs Center, advising and many Student Affairs units, have ramped up services to meet the needs of students who are continuing their education from many different locations.
What is the exception for Course Materials and Services Fees?
With the campus providing remote delivery of instruction for spring 2020, UC Davis is suspending all undergraduate and graduate Course Materials and Services Fees that are tied to specific courses. A list of all Course Materials Fees for 2019-20 can be found in the 2019-20 Course Materials and Services Fees report on the Tuition and Fees webpage. Course Materials and Services Fees associated with DVM and MD programs are not tied to specific courses and therefore will not be suspended.
Have there been any adjustments to Add/Drop deadlines?
No changes have been made to the add/drop policy or deadlines. More information can be found here.
Please contact Financial Aid for any questions regarding your financial aid award.
What do I do if I am not able to continue to work or have concerns about working?
Please contact your supervisor if you have any concerns about your ability to continue working.
Can I work remotely?
Staff are in the process of determining how to offer services remotely and, as part of that process, still considering new ways to engage their student employees remotely as well. We encourage student staff to recommend projects in which their perspective is uniquely valuable in these unusual circumstances such as:
- Provide input and help to design or create resources your unit can use to connect with recently accepted and prospective students.
- Review and update social media calendars for spring quarter and create and schedule posts.
- Audit department website for broken links and content updates
- Begin converting website content to Gen-Z friendly short videos using tools like Powtoons or Doodly
- Prepare materials for Orientation 2020
- Review and update departmental documents such user guides, student staff policy, procedure documents and student staff training guides
- Use LinkedIn to locate, interview and create a web-based gallery of alumni profiles to showcase the array of careers former student employees and majors from your unit have attained
Think of your department’s needs and be creative. Your insights will make us more successful.
If your campus job cannot be done remotely and you are seeking employment visit the Internship and Career Center (ICC) for updates on local opportunities with essential services employers. Internship and career opportunities will continue to be posted in Handshake. These listings will also include UC Davis remote jobs and other opportunities related to the unique needs of this time, such as biomedical testing and logistics. ICC advisors are available to meet with students via phone or video conference, and you may make your appointment on Handshake.
Am I eligible for paid leave?
According to a University of California Office of the President Executive Order, all employees, including students, shall be eligible to receive a one-time allotment of up to 128 hours of paid Emergency Administrative Leave (EAL). The number of hours for employees who work less than full-time shall be prorated according to the percent of the appointment based on the calculated amount and assuming their absence met the criteria.
If I am on work-study, will I continue to get paid if I am not working?
Yes. If you are enrolled and your department determines that remote work is not operationally feasible, you will continue to be paid using your work-study award until the funds are depleted. If you are unable to work remotely, your pay will be based on estimated hours at the discretion of your supervisor. If you are able to work remotely, you must work in order to get paid and your earnings will be based on actual hours worked.
Where can I get information for international students?
Please visit the information page and FAQ on the Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS) website.
Where can I find the current travel advisories?
Please visit the Global Affairs Travel Announcement page.
What should I do if I’ve traveled internationally for school-related or personal travel and need to return to campus?
Any students returning from a CDC Level 3 country must self-isolate for 14 days before returning to campus and any students returning from international travel should practice social distancing for 14 days before returning to campus. Contact SHS at 831-459-2000 for information about self-quarantining, health monitoring and other support. If you are an international student with specific questions please contact your advisor in Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS).
What is the status of UC Davis Study Abroad programs?
Based on UC guidance and recent advisories from the CDC, UC Davis has suspended all its international and U.S.-based study and intern abroad programs through summer. Specific details and resources have been sent to students who enrolled in programs so that they can plan for other opportunities. For more information on UC Davis global learning programs visit the Global Learning Hub website. For more information on UC Education Abroad Program (UCEAP) programs visit the UCEAP website.
Please visit the Graduate Studies COVID-19 information page for updates on instruction and research, form submission and degree filing, leave and remote work and graduate studies events, specifically for the graduate student and postdoctoral scholar community.