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Fall 2021 Planning for International Students and Scholars

Last updated: Sept. 2, 2021
Originally published: April 29, 2021

International students and scholars may have questions as they plan for fall 2021. While we recognize that the environment continues to evolve, Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS) within Global Affairs continue to actively pursue answers and explanations. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions from international students, scholars, and their families, with answers we hope help as you plan.

If you have other questions about visa issues or related topics not addressed below, email us at siss@ucdavis.edu.

The campus community is encouraged to frequently check the UC Davis Campus Ready website for regularly updated information, reopening plans, and campus policies and requirements. Please also look for updates from the Provost for fall 2021 planningFor questions about graduate education, please email gradservices@ucdavis.edu.

Fall 2021 Planning Frequently Asked Questions for International Students and Scholars

COVID-19 Vaccine, Reporting Your Vaccine, and Campus Requirements 

  • Is the COVID-19 vaccine required on campus?
  • On July 15, 2021, University of California enacted a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for all students, staff, and faculty returning to campus this fall. The deadline for compliance is September 8, 2021. Learn more by reading the UC's student FAQs and employee FAQs.

    Read more about the University of California’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

    Read more about the UC Davis Vaccine Mandate

    Visit the Health-e-Messaging portal for a list and to report your vaccine
    Apply for an exception to the UC COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

  • What if I am unable to access a vaccine prior to arriving at UC Davis or not able to be fully vaccinated by Sept. 8?
  • We understand that there are circumstances where students are not able to access WHO-authorized vaccines or be fully vaccinated by September 8. We are willing to work with you, but you must complete all of the steps below in order to temporarily suspend the escalation process:

    - As soon as possible and NO LATER THAN September 8: Complete the “Intent to Be Fully Vaccinated Form” in Health-e-Messaging and provide the required information regarding your vaccination plans immediately. To access the form, go to the “Messages” section, click on “New Message” and select the form to complete. 

    - As soon as possible and NO LATER THAN September 22: Get vaccinated and report your vaccination information in Health-e-Messaging as soon as you receive your first shot. Please note that this date does not apply to students living in the residence halls or The Green. Those students must receive their first shot by their move-in date. 

    - For Pfizer or Moderna recipients only: You are required to report your second shot in HEM as soon as you receive it and no later than October 20.

    Visit the Campus Ready Vaccine Program to learn how you can get the vaccine, and for more information, including campus' definition of "vaccinated" and "unvaccinated."

  • How can I find a COVID-19 vaccine once I arrive?

  • All people aged 12 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine in the United States. People currently in California can schedule a vaccine appointment through the My Turn website.

    Visit the Campus Ready Vaccine Program to learn how you can get the vaccine, and for more information, including campus' definition of "vaccinated" and "unvaccinated."

    Individuals in all U.S. states can also find availability through the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.

    Student Health and Counseling Services may have additional information about how to sign up.

    Some airports may offer the vaccine to travelers. To learn more, please visit SFO vaccination sites and LAX vaccination sites.

  • How do I report my vaccine information?

  • Report your vaccine information through the Health-e-Messaging portal by logging in with your Kerbros ID, and selecting Enter My COVID-19 Vaccination Information. Visit Campus Ready COVID-19 Vaccine Program to learn more.

    You can also apply for an exception to the UC COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate.

  • Will missing the September 8 deadline for the UC COVID-19 vaccine requirement impact my registration?

  • Students who are not compliant with the UC Vaccine Policy by September 8 will be flagged to enter an escalation process beginning on September 9, which could include a registration hold and/or class registration cancellation. Students living in residence halls and university-managed apartments will also be unable to move in. 

    If you want to be vaccinated, but do not have access to a WHO-approved vaccine by September 8, 2021, you will have an opportunity to receive an approved vaccine when you arrive in Davis without a negative impact to your registration
     

    We understand that there are circumstances where students are not able to access WHO-authorized vaccines or be fully vaccinated by September 8. We are willing to work with you, but you must complete all of the steps below in order to temporarily suspend the escalation process:

    - As soon as possible and NO LATER THAN September 8: Complete the “Intent to Be Fully Vaccinated Form” in Health-e-Messaging and provide the required information regarding your vaccination plans immediately. To access the form, go to the “Messages” section, click on “New Message” and select the form to complete. 

    - As soon as possible and NO LATER THAN September 22: Get vaccinated and report your vaccination information in Health-e-Messaging as soon as you receive your first shot. Please note that this date does not apply to students living in the residence halls or The Green. Those students must receive their first shot by their move-in date. 

    - For Pfizer or Moderna recipients only: You are required to report your second shot in HEM as soon as you receive it and no later than October 20.

    Visit the Campus Ready Vaccine Program to learn how you can get the vaccine, and for more information, including campus' definition of "vaccinated" and "unvaccinated."


    If you intend to request a waiver of the UC COVID-19 vaccine requirement, you should complete your request before September 8, 2021.

  • What do I do if I won't want the COVID-19 vaccination?

  • Unvaccinated students and employees have two main ways to become compliant:
    - Get fully vaccinated. Plan ahead with our vaccine timeline, as becoming fully vaccinated takes 2-6 weeks. The Campus Ready vaccine program webpage includes options for making appointments and other vaccine resources. Once you are vaccinated, follow directions to report your vaccine information to Health-e-Messaging.
    - Or request and secure an approved exception (based on medical, religious, or disability grounds) or a deferral based on pregnancy
    Apply for an exception to the UC COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

    Those with approved exemptions, exceptions, or deferrals may continue in-person activities with the expectation that they will get tested every four days (regardless of their flexible work schedule) and wear a face-covering indoors and also outdoors in crowded settings. Campus offers free and convenient COVID-19 testing at the ARC.

  • What do "unvaccinated" and "fully vaccinated" mean?

  • Fully vaccinated: Someone who completed a COVID-19 vaccination series more than 2 weeks ago. 

    Unvaccinated: Someone who has not received any vaccinations against COVID-19, has only had the first shot in a two-part vaccination series, is still in the 2-week waiting period after a final shot, or is out of date getting a booster shot. 

    Learn more from the UC Davis Vaccine Program

  • I have received WHO-approved vaccines. Why am I not compliant? What should I do?

  • To be compliant, a person must have received all the recommended doses of a COVID-19 vaccine listed for emergency use by WHO (such as Sinovac, Sinopharm, or Astra Zeneca). 

    Two doses of two different vaccines does not meet the requirements for compliance. If you did not complete the Sinovac, Sinopharm, or Astra Zeneca series, you will need a complete series of an available vaccine. For example, if you received one WHO-approved vaccine and one Pfizer vaccine, this will not mean you are compliant. You will need to have the second Pfizer vaccine to complete the series. 


    All students will be offered a complete, FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine series when they arrive in Davis.

  • I received two different WHO-approved vaccines, or I received one WHO-approved vaccine and plan on getting a second dose of either Pfizer or Moderna when I get to the United States. Will this make me compliant with the UC vaccine mandate?

  • Two doses of two different vaccines does not meet the requirements for compliance. To be compliant, a person must have received all the recommended doses of a COVID-19 vaccine listed for emergency use by WHO (such as Sinovac, Sinopharm, or Astra Zeneca). 

    If you did not complete the Sinovac, Sinopharm, or Astra Zeneca series, you will need a complete series of an available vaccine. For example, if you received one WHO-approved vaccine and one Pfizer vaccine, this will not mean you are compliant. You will need to have the second Pfizer vaccine to complete the series. 


    Message a nurse through the Health-e-Messaging portal with questions about  your vaccine

    All students will be offered a complete, FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine series when they arrive in Davis.

  • My vaccine card is in another language. Do it need to be translated when I upload it to Health-e-Messaging?

  • Yes, please provide a translated vaccine card so our staff and process your records in a timely manner. 

    Visit the Health-e-Messaging portal to report your vaccine

  • I received the COVID-19 vaccine in my home country. Will I need an additional vaccine when I get to the United States?

  • If the vaccine you received in your home country is approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) and you received the full vaccination, you should not need an additional vaccine when you get to campus.

    You will find a list of WHO-approved vaccines in the
    Health-e-Messaging portal. Login with your Kerbros ID, and select Enter My COVID-19 Vaccination Information. There is a dropdown menu in the portal that lists approved vaccines. Any of the vaccines that have been authorized by the World Health Organization can be entered into your Health-e-Messaging records to meet the university’s vaccine mandate requirements, using the instructions above to self-report your vaccine information.

    Current WHO-authorized vaccines include: Pfizer, Moderna, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), AstraZeneca, Covishield, Sinopharm, and Sinovac. This list is subject to change, so please refer to the list in Health-e-Messaging for any updates.
    Visit the Health-e-Messaging portal for a list and to report your vaccine

    If you have questions about your vaccination status or personal circumstances, please use the
    Health-e-Messaging portal to send a message with your question.
    Watch the tutorial to learn how to use messaging in Health-e-messaging

  • I have received one shot of a two-shot WHO-approved vaccine in my home country. Can I get a second dose when I get to the U.S.?

  • In order to be compliant, you will need to receive both doses of a two-shot vaccine. Two doses of two different vaccines does not meet the requirements for compliance. If you did not complete the Sinovac, Sinopharm, or Astra Zeneca series, you will need a complete series of an available vaccine. For example, if you received one WHO-approved vaccine and one Pfizer vaccine, this will not mean you are compliant. You will need to have the second Pfizer vaccine to complete the series. 

    If you haven't yet received your full vaccine and you want to, you are advised to get vaccinated immediately when you arrive. All students will be offered a complete, FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine series when they arrive in Davis. As stated in the University of California COVID-19 Vaccination Student Frequently Asked Questions, during the time you are waiting to become fully vaccinated, you can still access campus, likely with additional safety measures and asymptomatic testing. 
    Read more about the University of California’s COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

    If the vaccine you received in your home country is not approved on the WHO's list and you want to get vaccinated when you get to the U.S., arrange to receive a vaccine when you arrive.

    Vaccines in the U.S. are readily available. Here are a few ways to find them:
    - Visit the Campus Ready Vaccine Program
    - All people aged 12 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine in the United States. People currently in California can schedule a vaccine appointment through the My Turn website
    - Individuals in all U.S. states can also find availability through the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
    Student Health and Counseling Services may have additional information about how to sign up.
    - Some airports may offer the vaccine to travelers. To learn more, please visit SFO vaccination sites and LAX vaccination sites

  • If I don't yet have the vaccine and can't get to campus 3-4 weeks in advance to obtain a vaccine in the United States, will I be allowed on campus?

  • Unvaccinated students must self-sequester (separate themselves from others) for seven days when they arrive in Davis, and they must also have two negative COVID tests before they can leave their residences to join the rest of campus. 
    Read more about self-sequestration requirements

    Those who haven't received their vaccine and wish to do so are advised to get vaccinated immediately when they arrive. During the time unvaccinated members of our campus community are waiting to become fully vaccinated and after self-sequestration requirements have been fulfilled, they can still access campus by adhering to additional safety measures. Follow campus guidance for unvaccinated students (including sequestration, testing every four days, and wearing face coverings) in order to access campus. 
    Read more about campus requirements 


    Vaccines are readily available in the U.S. and in Davis. Here are a few ways to find them when you arrive:
    - Visit the Campus Ready Vaccine Program
    - All people aged 12 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine in the United States.
    People currently in California can schedule a vaccine appointment through the My Turn website.

    - Individuals in all U.S. states can also find availability through the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
    Student Health and Counseling Services may have additional information about how to sign up.
    - Some airports may offer the vaccine to travelers. To learn more, please visit SFO vaccination sites and LAX vaccination sites.

  • What will happen if I have not had all the necessary vaccinations when I come to campus?

  • All students will be offered a complete, FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine series when they arrive in Davis. If you did not complete the Sinovac, Sinopharm, or Astra Zeneca series, you will need a complete series of an available vaccine. For example, if you received one WHO approved vaccine and one Pfizer vaccine, you can have a Pfizer vaccine on campus to complete the series. 

    You will be offered FDA authorized vaccines, taking into account any vaccines already received.  You will be able to speak to a medical provider about what is best for you, when to receive the vaccine, and next steps.

  • Do I need to self-sequester? 

  • Unvaccinated students are required to self-sequester (i.e. separate themselves from others) in their residence for a minimum of seven days and have two negative COVID-19 tests. The self-sequestration requirement is independent of quarantine and isolation guidance and is being implemented specifically for the start of fall quarter.

    Read more about self-sequestration requirements

  • What is sequestration? What does it mean to self-sequester?

  • Sequestration in this case means to separate yourself from others. This is different from the requirements for “quarantine” and “isolation.” When unvaccinated students self-sequester upon arrival, they will stay in their residences for a minimum of seven days and have two negative COVID-19 tests. Sequestering students may only leave their residence to obtain food or medical care.

    Vaccinated students are not required to self-sequester.


    Read more about self-sequestration requirements

  • How do I self-sequester?

  • Unvaccinated students are required to self-sequester when arriving in Davis for fall quarter. They will separate themselves from others, remain in their residences for a minimum of seven days, and have two negative COVID-19 tests. They may leave to get food or medical care. For example, they can go to the grocery store, pick up a meal to go from a restaurant, get a COVID-19 test or vaccination, see a doctor, or fill a prescription. During this time, they cannot attend classes in-person.

    Read more about self-sequestration requirements 

  • Can I come to Davis early and rent a space before I move on to campus to satisfy the sequester requirement?

  • Yes, any student who is unvaccinated when they arrive in Davis will be required to self-sequester (i.e. separate themselves from others) in their residence for a minimum of seven days and have two negative COVID-19 tests. The self-sequestration requirement begins when you arrive to the Davis area (not any other location in California or the United States). Sequestration does not have to wait to begin once you move into the on-campus residence halls. You can sequester elsewhere in Davis.

    Fully vaccinated students do not have to sequester when they arrive in Davis.  To be considered fully vaccinated you must have completed a WHO-approved vaccine series at least 14 days in the past.

  • Do I need to self-isolate or self-quarantine when I get to UC Davis?

  • If you are fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved on the World Health Organization's (WHO) vaccine status tracker or if you received a vaccine in the United States, you do not need to self-isolate or self-quarantine when you arrive. Vaccinated travelers are advised to follow the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) travel guidance, which offers information about testing, self-quarantining, and monitoring symptoms.

    If you are unvaccinated or not yet fully vaccinated, you will need to self-quarantine. According to the CDC travel guidance, you should get tested before you travel, wear a mask and take other precautions during travel, get tested again 3-5 days after you arrive, self-quarantining after travel for 7 days with a negative test or 10 days without a test, and self-monitor for symptoms. 

    Find guidance on requirements for self-isolation or self-quarantine after travel on the UC Davis Campus Ready Quarantine and Isolation webpage. 

  • Do I need an influenza vaccine as well?

  • An influenza vaccine is not required to enter the U.S. or to start fall quarter. Influenza vaccines will be available on campus to students later this fall.

  • I have more questions about the COVID-19 vaccination and requirements. Who can I talk to?

  • Students who have more questions can communicate with a nurse through the Health-e-Messaging portal.

     

    Watch the tutorial to learn how to use messaging in Health-e-messaging

  • What is UC Davis doing in response to COVID-19?

  • The well-being of our students and the entire campus community is our top priority. COVID-19 vaccinations are available on campus for students and all community members 16 and older. Students coming to campus can receive their vaccines here. Through Healthy Davis Together, a partnership between UC Davis and the city of Davis, the community has access to free, rapid saliva asymptomatic COVID-19 testing at locations on campus and throughout Davis. The New York Times featured Healthy Davis Together. UC Davis also conducts environmental sampling to detect COVID-19, including testing air filters in buildings on campus and monitoring sewage both on campus and in the city of Davis.

    With vaccines, testing, and a campus community committed to physical distancing and masking, we plan for a gradual return to campus this fall quarter, with most classes offered in person. We continue to recommend students come to Davis if they can obtain visas. Although we are looking into alternative options for students who are unable to obtain a visa due to consulate closures, this has yet to be decided. We encourage you to regularly visit these resources to learn more about resources and the plans for returning to campus:
    Campus Ready
    - Campus Ready: Student and Families
    Campus Ready: Academics and Staff
    Frequently Asked Questions for Students
    COVID-19 Information for UC Davis International Students and Scholars

Visas and Arrival at UC Davis 

  • How do I get a visa?

  • If you do not already have a visa, please be aware of recent updates in the visa process. On April 26, 2021, the U.S. State Department announced a National Interest Exception for students from certain countries. This emergency measure grants a visa needed for entry into the United States.
    - Read more about the National Interest Exception 
    - Students from India may qualify for the National Interest Exception as well. 

    If you do not qualify for the National Interest Exception, keep checking visa appointment wait times for consulates and embassies in your preferred city so you can request an appointment as soon as they are available.

    SISS is here to support our students, especially at this time during your visa application process. We are offering a formal letter of support as an additional document for your application. You may choose to include this with your documents when you submit your visa application or go for your in-person interview. Download this letter of support in iGlobal when you log into your Term Plan.

  • I completed my Statement of Intent to Register (SIR). What do I do now?

  • Once you submit your Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) document, it’s time to start planning for your trip to northern California!

    Step 1: Submit your Summer or Fall Term Plan in our iGlobal system.

    Step 2: Whether you plan to come to the United States for summer session(s) or fall quarter, submit an I-20 Document Request or a DS-2019 Document Request immediately. Requests must be submitted at least two months before you plan to arrive.

    Step 3: To aid with the timely processing of visa applications, the U.S. State Department announced a National Interest Exception, an emergency measure granting travel into the United States for students from certain countries. (Students from India may qualify for the National Interest Exception as well.)

    Step 4: If you do not qualify for the National Interest Exception, keep checking visa appointment wait times for consulates and embassies in your preferred city so you can request an appointment as soon as they are available.

  • When should I arrive for fall quarter?

  • SISS generally recommends that international students arrive one to two weeks before the start of classes with the following exceptions:
    Unvaccinated students are required to self-sequester for seven days upon arrival in Davis. We recommend unvaccinated new first-year or unvaccianted first-year transfer students arrive at least seven days prior to the start of orientation activities so they have time to self-sequester before attending events in person.

    Learn more about UC Davis Orientation
    Learn more about Orientation for International Students

  • When is orientation for international students?

  • Dates for Orientation for International Students will be announced soon.

    Please note, UC Davis Orientation (September 17-21), an orientation offered to all new students on campus is mandatory. This is different from  Orientation for International Students.

  • Am I required to attend orientation?

  • UC Davis Orientation (September 17-21), is offered to all new students on campus and is mandatory. It is strongly encouraged that you attend in person. Orientation for International Students is a separate orientation from SISS and highly recommended for new international students. 

    Unvaccinated students who are new to UC Davis are encourage to arrive at least seven days in advance of events so they can fulfill the self-sequestration requirement before attending activities on campus.

Help for Fall Planning 

  • Should I register for in-person classes?

  • Yes, we encourage international students, regardless of where they are in the world, to register for in-person classes. In an update to campus on May 27, 2021, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Mary Croughan wrote:

    "We advise all international undergraduate students to register for courses as soon as they are able to do so based on the information in the system at the time they register. Currently, it is better for undergraduates to register for courses under the assumption that they will be able to attend in person. If in-person attendance proves impossible, we will provide additional information on the Global Affairs website in August, and we will communicate any alternative instruction options.

    International graduate students should discuss plans and possibilities with their program or Graduate Studies regarding enrollment for fall quarter."

    Read the Provost's update to campus from May 27, 2021

  • What if I can’t get into the country to attend in-person classes?

  • Please work with your academic advisor to determine your courses and academic plan. UC Davis recognizes the need for flexibility in some cases, particularly for those with health conditions and international students affected by travel restrictions. Although some online courses are planned, the majority of classes are planned as in-person instruction. In an update on May 27, 2021, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Mary Croughan wrote:

    "We are encouraged by the recent determination by the U.S. Department of State to allow students with valid visas to enter the United States without contacting an embassy or consulate prior to traveling. We are also hopeful that embassies and consulates will continue to reopen and that wait times for obtaining a student visa will continue to improve. However, we are aware that there is still a possibility that some international students will not be able to obtain a visa in time to arrive for the start of fall instruction in September. To address this issue, we will do our best to have some alternative instruction options in place for international students who are unable to obtain a visa in time to come to campus for the start of fall quarter."

    Read the Provost's update to campus from May 27, 2021

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently issued guidance for the 2021-22 academic term that upholds previous direction allowing for international students to pursue 100% online classes from outside the United States:

    “The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) will extend the guidance originally issued in March 2020 for the 2021-22 academic year. This guidance enables schools and students to engage in distance learning in excess of regulatory limits due to the continuing public health concerns created by COVID-19. The March 2020 guidance applies to nonimmigrant students who were actively enrolled at a U.S. school on March 9, 2020, and are otherwise complying with the terms of their nonimmigrant status, whether from inside the United States or abroad. Significantly, there are no changes to the original guidance, which will remain in effect during the 2021-22 academic year.”

    Read the guidance from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

  • Will there be enough online courses available for me to make progress toward my degree?

  • On April 26, UC Davis announced plans for a full return to activities in fall 2021. UC Davis recognizes the need for flexibility in some cases, particularly for those with health conditions and international students affected by travel restrictions. Although some online courses are planned, the majority of classes are planned as in-person instruction. In the April 26 statement, Chancellor Gary S. May and Provost Mary Croughan wrote:

    “We are closely monitoring the situations at U.S. embassies and consulates abroad and continuing to advocate through various channels on behalf of our international community. We know that an inability to acquire a visa and other travel restrictions may prevent some students from being on campus in the fall, so we will do our best to have some alternative instruction options in place. In some cases, students may need to adjust their academic plans in consultation with their academic advisor. We also ask that departments and faculty help ensure that international students are not disproportionately impacted by situations beyond their control. As of now, we expect that all international students should be able to arrive in person for winter quarter, and thus anticipate that winter courses will be delivered in the same manner as they were before the pandemic. We will continue to monitor the ability for international students to arrive by winter quarter, and will consider the extent to which additional remote course offerings may be necessary in winter.”

    Read the Chancellor and Provost's update to campus on April 26, 2021

  • Can I take online classes if I am in the United States?

  • All students who have or will physically arrive in the United States after March 9, 2020 (including newly admitted students for fall 2021) must take at least one in-person class during fall quarter 2021. If you will start your program in the summer, check with your SISS advisor to determine if an in-person class is needed. SISS encourages international students to join us on campus this fall if they can obtain visas. A majority of courses will be offered in-person beginning in fall quarter.

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently issued guidance for the 2021-22 academic term: The Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) will extend the guidance originally issued in March 2020 for the 2021-22 academic year. This guidance enables schools and students to engage in distance learning in excess of regulatory limits due to the continuing public health concerns created by COVID-19. The March 2020 guidance applies to nonimmigrant students who were actively enrolled at a U.S. school on March 9, 2020, and are otherwise complying with the terms of their nonimmigrant status, whether from inside the United States or abroad. Significantly, there are no changes to the original guidance, which will remain in effect during the 2021-22 academic year.

  • If I arrive after the start of the fall quarter, can I still enroll in classes?

  • Contact your academic advisor or graduate coordinator for questions about late arrival.

  • Can I defer my admission to UC Davis if I am not able to travel to the U.S.?

  • Please contact your appropriate admissions office with questions about deferred admission or admission requirements:
    - Undergraduate students should email Undergraduate Admissions
    - Graduate students should email Graduate Studies 
    - Professional students should contact the admissions office of the professional school they have applied to (e.g., Graduate School of Management, Law School, etc.)

Getting Settled on Campus

  • How do I make friends and find community at UC Davis?

  • Please visit the SISS Finding Your Global Community webpage for information about accessing activities, the Global Ambassador Mentorship Program, upcoming events, and more. This page is updated with new information as it becomes available.

  • How can I familiarize myself with campus, and how do I get to know the Davis area?

  • Learn more about getting settled at UC Davis, available services, and activities, and get to know more about your surroundings in Davis by reading our International Student and Scholar Handbook

Campus Housing

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