Campus Resources for Health and Well-Being

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UC Davis has many resources available to international students and scholars for addressing health, mental health, and well-being. SISS encourages you to reach out to these services and programs to find help. 

For International Undergraduate Students

Medical care and mental health services:

Managing feelings of isolation and how to find community:

Dealing with academic stress:

Access to food and additional funds:

Help to prepare to navigate the job market:

For International Graduate Students

Graduate Studies compiled a list of services for graduate students focused on wellness and well-being:

Managing feelings of isolation and how to find community:

Dealing with work or academic stress:

Support juggling caregiving with studying, researching, and working:

Access to food, additional funds, and health resources:

Help to prepare to navigate the job market during COVID-19:

For International Scholars

Your medical provider can help you find services for your health needs, including diet and nutrition, and in many cases, mental health needs. UC Davis also offers resources that we encourage to you pursue to help address stress. Please consider these services:

  • Academic and Staff Assistance Program offers confidential, cost-free counseling services to all UC Davis and UC Davis Health faculty, staff, and their immediate families
  • Ombuds can help handle cultural misunderstandings, interpersonal difficulties, and health and safety concerns