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Student Resource and Information Centers

Center for Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE)

530-752-3299
ucdcare@ucdavis.edu
http://care.ucdavis.edu

The goals of the UC Davis Campus Violence Prevention Program (CVPP) are to reduce the incidence of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and bias related incidents in the campus community and at the UC Davis Medical Center by increasing the knowledge and awareness of students, staff and faculty about such offenses; to provide crisis intervention, advocacy, support, counseling and referrals to victims of such offenses, their families and friends; to serve as a resource for information regarding sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and bias related crime; and to collaborate with other campus units and community agencies to provide a safer campus community and a concerted integrated effort.

The Program's primary mission is to eliminate all forms of violence and in the interim, to ensure that comprehensive and appropriate support services are available for survivors. The Violence Prevention Program provides confidential and supportive responses to victims and offers one on one advocacy with initial medical evaluation, legal and police procedures, and academic and housing issues. Confidential crisis intervention, problem-solving and advocacy is also available to recent survivors and to those working to recover from past incidents, as well as short-term intervention and support being available for friends, family, house mates and co-workers. With the overall purpose of providing for a comprehensive model program of support, education, training and outreach.

Center for Leadership Learning

1350 The Grove
530-752-6908; http://cll.ucdavis.edu/

The Center for Leadership Learning (CLL) offers a variety of co-curricular programs and activities to help undergraduate students develop their leadership and professional skills. The CLL provides students a unique opportunity to formally learn about leadership and professionalism, while receiving invaluable, hands-on training that will assist them for a lifetime.

The CLL's programs and services are open to all UC Davis undergraduate students and are free of charge. Undergraduates from all majors, class levels, and range of leadership and professional experience are welcome to participate. Students may elect to participate in our quarterly workshops, complete any of our optional certificate programs, attend our special events, or all the above! The CLL embraces all students who wish to enhance their personal and professional lives and they get to choose the level of involvement that works for them!

Cross-Cultural Center

Bruce E. Smail, Director
Student Community Center, First Floor
530-752-4287; Fax 530-752-5067;
ccc@ucdavis.edu; http://ccc.ucdavis.edu

The mission of the Cross Cultural Center (CCC) is to foster a community through education and advocacy regarding systematic group oppressions, ethnic and cultural diversity, and establishing an environment of cross-cultural learning and exchange for the entire campus. The CCC advocates for a campus environment free of racism, classism, sexism, heterosexism, ableism, body image oppression, religious/spiritual oppression and any other forms of oppression.

The CCC strives to build an inclusive and welcoming campus community through the annual Culture Days programs that raise awareness and celebrate our cultural diversity. Everyone is invited to share in these programs featuring speakers, workshops, films, entertainment and family events.

The center features much more as well. It is home to Danzantes del Alma, a popular student folklórico dance troupe that celebrates the culture and heritage of Mexico through performances on campus and throughout Northern California. All students are invited to participate and no prior dance experience is required. Peer Education and Community Empowerment (PEACE), is a student-to-student train the trainer program dedicated to undoing racism, sexism, homophobia, and to promoting a welcoming, respectful, living and learning environment. It also has an affiliate program for registered campus student organizations called SoDA. Lastly, the center is frequently home to resources from elsewhere on campus, including the College of Letters and Sciences, the College of Engineering, the Internship and Career Center, and the Educational Opportunity Program.

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex Asexual Resource Center

Elizabeth Coté, Director
Student Community Center, 397 Hutchison Drive
530-752-2452; http://lgbtqia.ucdavis.edu

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual Resource Center (LGBTQIARC) provides an open and inclusive space and community that is committed to challenging sexism, cis-sexism, genderism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia and heterosexism. We recognize that this work requires a continued process of understanding and addressing all forms of oppression. We are committed to this process both in our work and in the structure of the Center itself. The LGBTQIA Resource Center promotes education about all sexes, genders and sexualities, as well as space for self-exploration of these identities. The LGBTQIA Resource Center is a dynamic, responsive and collaborative organization that serves UC Davis and the surrounding region by providing a growing spectrum of programs, resources, outreach and advocacy.

The LGBTQIA Resource Center is open Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Fridays 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (PST).

Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS)

Services for International Students and Scholars
530-752-0864; siss@ucdavis.edu

Services for International Students and Scholars assists international students, faculty and researchers in gaining and maintaining an appropriate immigration status while at UC Davis. SISS provides orientation and other information and assistance as part of its mission to build a campus community that is fully inclusive of international students and scholars.

All new and transfer international students must attend a special orientation program held just before each quarter begins. The orientation helps new students with immigration regulations and finding campus services and community resources, and is a vital addition to campus and departmental orientation programs. Orientation for new J-1 international scholars is held every two weeks. Students and scholars should report to SISS as soon as possible after arriving in Davis.

Estimated Costs for 2014-2015

International students are responsible for all of their expenses while studying at UC Davis. The expenses include Nonresident Supplemental Tuition, Tuition, room and board and a modest amount for personal expenses. For the 2016-2017 calendar year, we estimate the cost will be $56,000 (9 months) for undergraduates, and $55,800 (12 months) for graduate students. Because the exact cost for tuition and fees is not determined until just before the beginning of the academic year, these are only preliminary figures. This minimum allowance may be increased without advance notice.

Women’s Resources and Research Center (WRRC)

North Hall, First Floor
530-752-3372; http://wrrc.ucdavis.edu

The Women's Resources and Research Center (WRRC) promotes gender equity and aspires for a campus where students, faculty, and staff of all genders can thrive. All are welcome to visit the WRRC and learn about gender equity, connect with community, and find resources and support.

The WRRC focuses on four areas:

  • Leadership for Gender Equity: Training and skills-building opportunities to develop leaders that promote gender equity across campus, such as the EDGE Peer Education Program, Volunteer Program, Internship Program, and the Women in Science and Engineering Program.
  • Community Empowerment: Student-led initiatives and coalitions that foster self-empowerment and strengthen communities, including: Semana de la Xicanx, the Empowerment Conference, International Womxn's Day, Vagina* Our Stories, and Gender Equity Awareness Week.
  • Research & Scholarship: The Joy Fergoda Library houses over 12,000 feminist volumes available to support research efforts. Scholarships are available that encourage critical inquiry of feminisms, intersectional systems of oppression, and equity are also available.
  • Resources & Support: Provide information and referrals on a broad range of topics, such as: sexual violence, gender bias, harassment, health, reproductive and sexual health, self-esteem, childcare, and more. Provide confidential support and referrals on topics involving sexual violence.
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Updated: March 22, 2017 10:38 AM