Task Forces for Chancellor May’s strategic plan (please follow links to learn more/give feedback):
For information on Student Health and Counseling Services (medical services, counseling services, wellness services), mental health, accessibility, food resources, GSA services, and maps (this includes maps of gender inclusive restrooms).
For information on the various centers that cater to students with marginalized backgrounds and resources provided by UCD Graduate Studies.
SEXUAL ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT
Looking for a confidential resource to deal with sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic/dating violence, and stalking? Contact:
- CARE (Center for Advocacy Resources and Education) – (530) 752-3299
- WRRC (Women’s Resources and Research Center) – (530) 752-3372
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual Resources Center – (530) 752-2452
- For a printable list of confidential resources click here
For NON-confidential resources (meaning that reporting will lead to a formal investigation) please contact:
- The UC Davis Title IX officer, Wendi Delmendo (email@example.com) – (530) 752-9466
- UC Davis Campus Police
- City of Davis Police Department
- For emergencies please dial 9-1-1
- Looking for a confidential, independent, impartial, and informal problem-solving and conflict management resource? Contact UCD Office of the Ombuds – (530) 219-6750
- If you prefer to talk to a faculty member you can contact the Associate Dean for Graduate Students, J.P. Delplanque (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- If you have a concern regarding accessibility or suspected disability discrimination please contact our ADA Compliance Officer (email@example.com) – (530) 752-9466
- Looking to get advice from the UC Student-Workers Union? Contact a Davis union officer (firstname.lastname@example.org) – (510) 549-3863
- Want to put the university on notice? File a Whistleblower Report
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU TO MAKE YOUR PROGRAM BETTER WITH YOUR FEEDBACK
- The purpose of Graduate Program Review is to promote excellence in graduate programs at UC Davis. The review, conducted by the Graduate Council of the Academic Senate, is an opportunity for programs to evaluate past achievements, current status, and future directions related to graduate education.
- Graduate Council Schedule of Program Review 2017-2024 (PDF)
UC STUDENT-WORKERS UNION
UAW Local 2865, the UC Student-Workers Union is the union that represents over 17,000 Academic Student Employees—Teaching Assistants (TAs), Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs), Readers, and Tutors—at the University of California. The Union negotiates a Collective Bargaining Agreement, or contract, that sets the base-level pay, benefits, and rights and protections of every Academic Student Employee (ASE) at the University of California. Over the years, the union has worked to win many of the benefits we now enjoy, from full in-state tuition remission to health insurance and the childcare subsidy.
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Know your rights as a student worker
- View the current UAW contract
- Contact a Davis union officer (email@example.com) – (510) 549-3863
- Become a member!
The GSA offers free legal consultations for graduate students. Contact Attorney Ava Landers with subject line “Legal Services for Graduate Students” to schedule your consultation.
Also see: the UC Davis School of Law currently operates five clinics: the Immigration Law Clinic, the Civil Rights Clinic, the Prison Law Clinic, the Family Protection and Legal Assistance Clinic, and the Aoki Social Justice Clinic.