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Student Affairs is Here to Support You

As the campus has shifted to remote learning, departments within the Division of Student Affairs have gone virtual to continue to support and empower students in ways that align with public health and safety guidelines. We anticipate that services will evolve and expand over time, and we will continue to update and add information. We encourage you to check this site frequently.

Student Health Services

Medical visits:

  • You can speak with a Student Health Center nurse during normal business hours or the after-hours nurse advice service by calling 530-752-2349, regardless of location.
  • You can also schedule a telephone visit through the Health-e-Messaging portal to initiate care.
  • Looking for more information or additional services? Please review the Student Health and Well-being Resources flyer for a complete list of available services.

Learn more about health services

Mental Health and Crisis Services

Learn more about mental health services

Academic Assistance and Tutoring Centers

The Academic Assistance and Tutoring Centers (AATC) will be holding all services online through various platforms including Zoom, Google Hangouts, Canvas and GoBoard. AATC will be modifying services to provide more unique and individual academic support to undergraduate students enrolled in BIS, Chem, Econ, Math, Physics, Stats and Writing.

Learn more about AATC

Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center

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. Check our website for frequent updates and to access 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.:

Learn more about Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center

Associated Students, University of California, Davis (ASUCD)

Campus Bookstore

UC Davis Stores launched Equitable Access in fall 2020. Required textbooks are included for $199 per quarter when you pay your student fees. There is no need to enroll—all of your required digital textbooks will be available in your Canvas account by the first day of class. Required textbooks that don’t have a digital equivalent are also included at no additional cost. Learn more by visiting the Equitable Access FAQ.

Learn more about UC Davis Stores

Campus Recreation

To support students during suspended in-person operations, Campus Recreation has created Aggies at Home, featuring remote programming and resources from all of our units. Aggies at Home includes online workouts, nutrition advice, self-care and wellness resources, instructional videos highlighting fun indoor and outdoor activities, advice on studying and working from home, managing your free time, and more. You can find these great resources on the Campus Recreation websiteInstagram and Facebook pages, and YouTube channel.

Learn more about programs at Campus Recreation

Community Resources

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 roundables, 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: 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.

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.

Learn more about the ICC

Office of Educational Outreach and Enrichment Services

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.

Learn more about OEOES

Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs

The Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA) will continue its operations remotely, addressing student misconduct, student grievances and providing CARE services. Appointments are being conducted through Zoom or by phone.

Learn more about OSSJA

Services for International Students and Scholars

All Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS) advising are available via phone or online appointments only at this time. Please reach out to your advisor directly to schedule an appointment or ask a question.

Student Disability Center

The Student Disability Center (SDC) is offering phone and Zoom appointments, and you can still submit disability documentation via email at 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.

Learn more about the SDC

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.

Learn more about Student Resources to Keep Learning

Last updated on: April 9, 2020