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Join our active, diverse student community and start your academic career here at UC Davis.


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The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences offers a wide array of academic pursuits, browse the available majors here.

UC Davis is an internationally recognized leader for teaching and research in agriculture, food, and the environment.

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The Aggie Ambassadors are the premier student outreach group of the College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences.

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One UC Davis


There's only one UC Davis. From the waters of Lake Tahoe to the stage of the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, the community of UC Davis is working together to change the world and each other.

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Clubs & Organizations

Become a part of something more: CA&ES offers student a number of intriguing clubs. Find them here.


UC Davis Admissions

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Animal Science Facilities

Endless opportunity at animal science facilities — check out this video tour.

College Events

Check out some of the events in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

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Career Discovery Groups

Career Discovery Groups are designed to help you begin your career planning right away. The Career Discovery Group program provides you with a graduate student mentor and special limited-enrollment seminars that will introduce you to potential career paths and get you started in meeting graduation requirements. There are only 20 students per CDG so you will have a group of friends who share your interests and quest for discovery from day one.

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Mind your MANNRS

An important way UC Davis students gain the skills and experience they need is through involvement in campus clubs and organizations. “There are a number of reasons why students should join clubs and organizations,” said Lili Bynes, co-director of CA&ES Undergraduate Academic Programs. “One is the sense of community that groups provide."

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Central Valley Scholars Program

The Central Valley — one of the world’s most productive agricultural regions — is falling short on one crop that business leaders say is critical to the future of California agriculture: university graduates.