Request a facility tour

Sep 26, 2013 admin

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The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CA&ES) offers personalized CA&ES facility tours for prospective students and their families. Tours are led by Aggie Ambassadors who are current UC Davis students majoring in the CA&ES. We will do our best to match you with an Aggie Ambassador who has similar interests in majors and activities so you can get a student perspective about why they enjoy being a student at UC Davis. We can also assist in the scheduling of other meetings with academic counselors, faculty and staff on campus.

  • To request a tour, please fill out the tour request form below. PLEASE NOTE: If you are a prospective or admitted student interested in Animal Science, please contact the Animal Science Department directly for a tour at (530) 754-7915 or emailing asac@ucdavis.edu. Group Visits are encouraged to use the form below.
  • Please note: UC Davis Visitor Services conducts regular tours of the campus.
  • Need accommodations? The City of Davis offers many options for overnight stays and provides easy access to UC Davis.
  • If you'd like to visit campus on your own, here are directions to the campus.

 

We offer tours Monday through Friday during business hours (8:00-5:00pm). Please allow three business days for your request to be processed. We prefer to receive requests two weeks in advance for upcoming tours. 

 

Tour request form

Day of Tour contact
Availability
Tour First Choice   Please select your desired date and time of arrival (on the hour) between 8am-4pm.
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Tour Second Choice   Please select your desired date and time of arrival (on the hour) between 8am-4pm.
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Type of transportation
If prospective student, which major(s) are you interested in?
Type of tour
  • Robert Mondavi Institute
  • The Robert Mondavi Institute consists of state-of-the-art buildings and a LEED Platinum certified winery, brewery and food and milk processing laboratory. The Good Life Garden, a one-acre, edible plot featuring organic and sustainably-grown vegetables, herbs and flowers, is surrounded by the complex. Aggie Ambassador-led tours last approximately 45 minutes.
  • Animal Science Facilities
  • This tour will showcase some of our livestock facilities located both on and off campus. Please note this is a driving tour and due to bio-security guests may not be allowed to enter certain facilities. This tour typically lasts about one hour. A walking tour of only the livestock facilities located on the campus (horse barn and dairy) can be arranged as well – please note this request in the comments section.
  • Student Farm
  • The student farm serves the UC Davis students and faculty, farmers, gardeners, school children and many others. The market garden occupies seven acres of land used for year-round crop production, various independent student projects, and field activities for selected courses. A wide range of opportunities for students are available to learn about and explore the many aspects of sustainable agriculture, including internships, formal courses and research projects.
Visitor Services
Campus Tour Do you have a campus tour booked with Visitor Services?


Campus Tour If yes, what time is your tour scheduled?
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Housing tour Do you have a housing tour booked with Visitor Services?


Housing tour If yes, what time is your tour scheduled?
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Have you already been admitted to UC Davis?  


If yes, have you been selected as any of the following:
If no, are you a prospective student?


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