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Spring Quarter Snapshot: Keeping UC Davis Up and Running

By News and Media Relations on April 21, 2020 in University

Keeping the University Running During Suspended Operations

Tuition and fees pay for people, and those people are still hard at work.

That’s the message Kelly Ratliff, vice chancellor of Finance, Operations and Administration, shared in the above video highlighting some of the ways the UC Davis mission continues.

“Classes and learning are continuing,” she said. “Support services are still available, Unitrans continues to run, Health and Wellness is available for those who need it in person or remotely, and the Basic Needs Center is busy connecting students with the resources they need during these challenging times.”

She also highlighted the work being done behind the scenes and by Grounds crews, custodians, first responders and IT staffers.

“Their work means when you return to campus, operations and student services will continue to run smoothly, just like how you left it,” she said.

UC Davis is following guidance from the UC Office of the President that tuition and fees remain unchanged as the remote instruction program fully supports continuing progress toward students’ academic degrees. All tuition and fee charges will remain the same as published here, except for course materials and services fees.

More information is available on the Student Affairs website.