Information for counselors of prospective students
UC Davis understands how important counselors are in helping students prepare for and choose the college that best suits their needs. We hope you find this section helpful to your specific needs as a high school or community college counselor.
Applicant information for your student
Accepted freshmen have until May 1 to commit to UC Davis by submitting their Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) through MyAdmissions. Admission notices for transfer applicants will go out in April, with an SIR deadline of June 1. Thank you for supporting your students on their educational journey!
Admitted Student Celebration
We highly encourage your high school community to celebrate the UC Davis Class of 2025 along with students and families. You, your school, and your students can share admission shoutouts and reactions with #New2UCDavis. Check out the assets in our virtual celebration kit!
Aggie Experience Live!
Aggie Experience Live, our all-you-need-to-know online event for admitted students, is coming up Tuesday, March 30–Saturday, April 3 for freshmen and Tuesday, May 4–Saturday, May 8 for transfer students. Student invites and reminders will go out via email and social media. Counselors and parents are welcome to join the fun. Organize a viewing party!
COVID-19 Campus Safety
UC Davis is a leading institution fighting COVID-19 and other pandemics, and undergraduates are involved in our learning and research. See how our expertise has kept our whole community safe, earning national recognition for a partnership with the City of Davis, our college town.
- The University of California Board of Regents unanimously approved suspension of the standardized test requirement (ACT/SAT) for all California freshman applicants until fall 2024.
- The UC Davis campus has approved a change in the name of the Microbiology major to Molecular and Medical Microbiology for new and continuing students. Major requirements remain unchanged.