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AB540 and Undocumented Student Center

The AB540 and Undocumented Student Center empowers students, their families and members of the community to attain their educational goals, overcome legal and financial obstacles and achieve their long-term dreams. IMMIGRATION LAW CLINIC

Center for African Diaspora Student Success

The Center for African Diaspora Student Success is a space designated for African and African American students. We can utilize the space to study, engage and collaborate with one another. Although there are other places on campus for these activities, the center was created with the intent of cultivating our success here at UC Davis. LINDA FRANCES ALEXANDER SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Linda Frances Alexander Scholars Program provides academic, social and cultural enrichment for African American and African students in support of their academic success and personal development.

Students at the Immigration Law Clinic interview clients and witnesses, conduct factual investigations and represent clients at immigration court hearings.

Academic Advising Center

Center for Student Involvement

At the Center for Student Involvement, students can connect with the 700+ student organizations and clubs on campus.

Cross Cultural Center

Born out of student activism and political struggle, the Cross Cultural Center (CCC) offers a culturally relevant community space where student voices can be expressed and respected. The CCC cultivates critical consciousness and cultural competency by providing learning opportunities at the crossroads of the many aspects of our identities and experiences. academic_advising_center.asp

Educational Opportunity Program

Peer advisors and tutors in the Academic Advising Center provide convenient, personalized academic support for every residence hall student.

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides a caring and supportive environment for students as they transition to a large university.

Campus Recreation and Unions

Financial Aid and Scholarships

From aquatics to sport clubs, Campus Recreation and Unions offers a variety of programs, services and facilities to help you enjoy recreation and maintain a balanced lifestyle. The Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) offers both informal and formal recreation opportunities, making it easy for you to keep fit, relax, have fun and meet your fitness goals. Access to the ARC is free to registered students. Programming within the ARC includes group exercise, dance classes, martial arts classes, personal training, rock climbing and intramural sports.

Learn about your financial aid award and explore scholarships and various types of financial aid.

Internship and Career Center

The Internship and Career Center (ICC) offers career services to students throughout their academic journey, from incoming freshmen to graduating seniors. ICC services can help students with career decisions, resume writing, interviewing and finding an internship or job. 15

The Black Pages: The African Diaspora Student Experience