Your UC Davis community is all around you.
A great first step toward creating a supportive circle of friends, mentors and allies within the larger UC Davis community is to visit the Community Resource and Retention Centers, the ethnic-specific retention centers, Student Success Centers in Advising and Retention Services and Services for International Students and Scholars.
Whether you’re new to campus or a continuing student, the centers are welcoming spaces that both affirm and provide opportunities to explore intersecting identities. You can stop by to get academic support, find out about student organizations, be social or just chill.
Drop in and discover for yourself all the centers have to offer.
What you’ll find:
- Academic and career exploration and support
- Counseling services
- Community-building events
- Space for use
- Student organizations and social events
- Volunteer, internship and employment opportunities
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