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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Required
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Required
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Record: Required
TOEFL: Required

Application Fees

$60
Undergrad Application Fee
$70
Graduate Application Fee

Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

Address:
One Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616-8678
Phone: (530) 752-1011
General Site: www.ucdavis.edu
Admissions: http://www.ucdavis.edu/admissions/
Application: http://universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/undergrad_adm/apply/apply_online.html

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • chelsea from santa clarita, ca
  • Jun-08-2016 I am a past student here

    * get a guard for your bike tires. in fact, get a bike. * the buses (unitrans) are free with your student id. your student id is free too. so are your transcripts, the gym, education verification - it's all a one-time fee in your tuition anyway. * there's an aggie list of things to do before graduation / scavenger. do it. * picnic day. go to it. a city-wide free-for-all party that people travel internationally for. it's insane. * stay away from the bike circles outside the life sciences and chem building. seniors will pull up chairs to watch the freshman crash. * the ucd experimental college. want to take a quick course in glassblowing? and have it count for credit? it's cheap and teaches fun things over the summer. ucd student discount applies. * farmer's market about three blocks from campus. * the city uses any reason to party. there's beer festivals, outdoor movie festivals, the city of commerce festival. davis loves to drink. * breweries. lots of breweries. and places devoted to serving those beers. so tasty.

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  • emily from sunnyvale, ca
  • May-13-2016 I am a past student here

    i would definitely recommend attending a community college prior to coming to u.c. davis. i completed my general education requirements at a community college, and it saved me a lot of money and it was an excellent transition from high school to a full university. it is also important to speak with a counselor early so that you can make a plan to graduate on time. also pay careful attention to what your major graduation requirements are; the animal biology program requires the completion of a senior practicum project and i was not aware of this when i applied to the program.

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  • Dec-30-2015 I am a current student here

    Think positive. Even though I was on the waitlist for this school, I was accepted last minute and was given the opportunity to attend my dream school. Continue working hard with our chin up and know that in whatever college or whatever career pathway you may choose, you can succeed! Just work hard and maintain a positive outlook.

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  • Kirthi from Clovis, CA
  • Dec-27-2015 I am a current student here

    It is important to get help when one realizes that they are struggling, and not wait until they receive an assignment grade back. It also helps to form study groups, especially with people who live nearby the person in need of help, as it is easier to keep in touch with those rather than say those who live a greater distance away. Going to professors office hours helps so much, and getting help from their teaching assistants(TA's). This allows the student to not only do better, but also get to know the professor on a one-on-one basis for future letters of recommendation and possibly internships.

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  • Kumar from United Arab Emirates
  • Dec-24-2015 I am a current student here

    1) Join clubs and organizations. PLEASE, otherwise you might have a hard time making connections with people. 2) Talk to your professors. They truly love helping students out. 3) Start talking to your batch-mates before you get to Davis, because believe it or not, you will have a super hard time making friends if you don't do this. When I walked in, I saw so many people already having their squads just based on Facebook conversations. 4) Explore all the events, clubs, places - the university has so many opportunities for you to be who you want to be. 5) Remember college is a new start. Just do whatever makes you happy and discover yourself. 6) You're going to miss home food the MOST.

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