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The Arboretum at UC Davis is a popular and peaceful place for walking, running, relaxing or studying.
The Memorial Union at UC Davis provides students with several places to eat and study, an information center, resources for food insecurity, a book store, a Veterans Success Center and much more.
The city of Davis is a friendly and welcoming community offering students many options for entertainment within walking distance. You’ll find a true college-town experience.
There are many places in the Arboretum to study, relax or just take in the view.
The Silo offers many options for food including food trucks, Peet’s Coffee and the newly opened Silo Market.
The Egghead sculptures are known as great selfie spots around campus. Whether you’re posing with friends or celebrating your graduation, try to find them all!
One of the great UC Davis traditions is the Running of the First-years, where new Aggies run into UC Davis Health Stadium together to show their spirit.
Students like Akira Hood get first hand experience at the Sheep Barn, where she can apply her skills as an Animal Science major.
The Manetti Shrem Museum offers students and the public a place to admire famous artworks, listen to unique speakers, attend a class or just sit and soak in the creativity.
The Fall Welcome is a great place for new students to meet each other and find groups and organizations that share their interests. Here, they connect with resources and support systems to make the most of their UC Davis experience.
Picnic Day is a family-friendly event offered each spring where you can experience the richness of diversity and achievement at UC Davis, as well as the surrounding community in areas of research, teaching, service and campus life.
Organic vegetables and fresh foods are available weekly to students through the Davis Farmers Market.
The Quad is a perfect spot on campus to take a nap, hang out with friends or get some studying done as you enjoy the weather and the surroundings.
Hammocks lining the Quad offer students a place to take a nap or just unwind after a busy day.