Resource and Retention Centers
Empowers students to attain their educational goals, overcome legal and financial obstacles and achieve their long-term dreams.
The Center for African Diaspora Student Success (CADSS) is intensively focused on the retention, persistence, and graduation of all undergraduate students of the African diaspora.
The core mission of CCLASS is to provide an academic support space where students thrive as scholars and unique individuals.
Department through which groups register as a student organization; helps groups operate successfully and supports the educational experience which organizations provide.
Provides culturally relevant community spaces where student voices can be expressed and respected.
Provides an open and inclusive space and community that is committed to challenging sexism, cis-sexism, genderism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and heterosexism.
MENASA Student Resources at UC Davis is not only about building a community that supports and empowers you but also honoring you and your respective story.
NAASSC is focused on creating a sense of belonging for Native American students in a culturally appropriate way. Our community includes students, staff, faculty and alumni from a wide variety of tribal backgrounds, experiences and academic interests.
Serves over 8,000 international students, faculty, and researchers and their accompanying family members who come to UC Davis each year.
Their student-run and student-initiated programs foster holistic academic and personal development while raising political and cultural awareness.
Assists all transfer students (junior college or community college to UC Davis, UC to UC Davis, out of state to UC Davis) and reentry students.
File for educational benefits, attend workshops to help you succeed in your educational goals, and engage and network with your veteran community.
Provides opportunities to promote gender equity in the UC Davis community.
Committees and Councils
Campus Council on Community and Diversity
Provides campus leaders and the community with advice on how to strengthen and maintain the bonds of community.
Constituent Groups and Chancellor’s Administrative Advisory Committees
Diverse campus organizations whose members provide opportunities for staff and faculty to explore and share the many contributions they bring to the university.
Academic Senate Affirmative Action and Diversity Committee
Advises the administration concerning affirmative action policies for academic personnel and academic programs and addresses issues of admission and retention of culturally and economically disadvantaged students.
ASUCD Ethnic and Cultural Affairs Commission
Responsible for investigating and recommending policies and programs concerning under-represented communities at UC Davis.
ASUCD Gender and Sexuality Affairs Commission
Promotes awareness of issues pertaining to gender and sexuality as well as sexual assault.
A variety of campus initiatives ensure UC Davis’s commitment to a discrimination-free work and learning environment by providing cultural competency education, forums for discussing and reporting concerns, services for working through challenges to achieve learning goals and tools to ensure equitable access to learning and workplace resources.
Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP)
Campus Community Book Project
Campus Dialogue and Deliberation
Center for Accessible Technologies
Center for Educational Effectiveness
Disability Management Services
Diversity Education Program
Harassment and Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program
Police Accountability Board
Staff Development and Professional Services
Student Academic Success Program
Student Disability Center
Student Health and Counseling Services
Student Housing Living-Learning Communities
Undergraduate Research Center Programs
University Writing Program
Diversity Resource Pages
Several campus units maintain web pages that link to resources targeted specifically for faculty, staff, graduate students, undergraduates and people with disabilities, respectively.
Academic Diversity Resources
Accessibility at UC Davis
Graduate Studies Diversity Resources
Undergraduate Admissions Multicultural Campus and Student Resources
Worklife and Wellness
Schools and Colleges Diversity Resource Pages
Several schools and colleges offer diversity resource sites targeted to students in their programs
Graduate School of Management
School of Education
School of Medicine - Office of Student and Resident Diversity
School of Veterinary Medicine
Centers and Institutes
These centers and institutes offer opportunities for interdisciplinary research on diversity and inclusion issues.
Center for Mind and Brain
Center for Poverty Research
Center for Reducing Health Disparities
Hemispheric Institute on the Americas (HIA)
Institute for Social Sciences
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