University of California-Davis

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Welcome to U.C. Davis

We were founded in 1905 and have been here since. UC Davis is ranked at number five as the top colleges in California and number 41 in the entire nation.UC Davis has a total of 104 undergraduate majors to offer and 96 graduate programs. It is one of the largest UC campuses. UC Davis is known for their top notch agriculture department.

Some of the top Faculty

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Admission Requirements

  1. Must graduate with a high diploma or something equivalent
  2. A-G Requirements:
  • History/Social Science (2 years)
  • English (4 years)
  • Math ( 3-4 years)
  • Laboratory Science ( 2-3 years)
  • Foreign Language ( 2 years)
  • Visual and Performing Arts (1 year)
  • College Preparatory Elective ( 1 year)

3. GPA Requirements

  • Earn a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Extra points for honor courses

4. Examination Requirements:

  • Take ACT with Writing or SAT by December

Financial Aid

The scholarship requirement is satisfied if you earn a GPA of 3.0 or better in "a-g" courses taken during the tenth and eleventh grades. Applicants who are not California residents must earn a GPA of 3.4 or better. More than 70% of all UC Davis undergraduates received some form of financial aid, including scholarships. Grants, loans, work-study, student employment and internship are also available.


  • Consists of four colleges

-Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Biological Sciences, Engineering, Letters and science

  • Consists of six professional colleges

-Education, Law, Management, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing

  • 104 undergraduate majors
  • 96 graduate programs
  • 283,167= living number of Alumni with degree

Student Life

  • Clubs: more than 650
  • Athletics: 26 sports available
  • Recreation activities
  • Art and Culture Society


  • Residence Halls; 3 of them
  • Students Housing Apartments; 5 of them
  • Campus Apartments; 2 communities
  • Cooperatives; found around city