Center for Student Involvement (CSI)
4th floor, Memorial Union
Research shows that college students engaged in campus life through activities and organizations feel more connected to campus, are more satisfied with their college experience and are more likely to graduate than non-involved students. The Center for Student Involvement (CSI) provides opportunities for campus engagement, co-curricular learning, leadership development, professional and personal growth, service, cross-cultural interaction and awareness, collaboration and community building by supporting a wide variety of student organizations and campus programs.
Over 750 student organizations are registered and supported at UC Davis through Center for Student Involvement. Organizations range in focus, with categories including: academic, professional, cultural, political, religious, service, ethnic, international, social, recreational, performing arts, fraternity/sorority and advocacy. Student organizations provide the entire campus community with important educational experiences and opportunities for students to make friends, build community and find their home at UC Davis. Visit the CSI website to browse currently registered student organizations and learn more about how to get involved.
The annual Involvement Fair is an ideal opportunity to learn how to get involved, meet new people, try new activities and find a place to belong. Over 200 student organizations and campus programs provide information and hope to recruit new members like you.
530-752-4606 or 752-3828; http://osfl.ucdavis.edu/
Affiliation with fraternities and sororities provides a connection to campus through friendships, a support group for academic and personal growth, leadership opportunities and involvement in campus activities and traditions.
1100 Student Community Center
The Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC) offers student-run and student-initiated programs that foster holistic academic and personal development, raise political and cultural awareness. We aim to empower students to act as dynamic leaders in their communities. SRRC programs include peer mentoring, academic/study support, leadership development, transfer student support, community building, self-awareness, K-12 enrichment, transfer outreach/support and funding for services and activities complementary to the SRRC's mission.
Cal Aggie Student Alumni Association (SAA)
Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center 530-752-0286; https://saa.ucdavis.edu/
Student Alumni Association (SAA) follows the mission of "advancing student-alumni relations" by building community through networking events, providing student leadership opportunities, upholding Aggie traditions, and offering benefits and services, such as 10% off textbooks from the UC Davis Bookstore. Programs include Aggie Diner, Interview with an Aggie, Take an Aggie to Work, Pajamarino, and community service opportunities. You may join SAA at any time during the academic year. SAA membership fees are applied to your Cal Aggie Alumni Association life membership after graduation. For more information about joining SAA, see https://saa.ucdavis.edu/.
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