Stress is everywhere and affects us all. It is important to know that you are not alone and that there are ways to cope and control the amount of stress you may experience. This page offers tips to help you cope with stress.
Sleep is a vital component to our physical and mental health! There are many different reasons that people experience trouble sleeping including anxiety, stress or physical conditions. This page offers basic strategies for better sleep and bedtime routine development.
The Gender Care Team is a group of medical and mental health providers at Student Health and Counseling Services who have specialized training in addressing needs of trans students. They support trans students by connecting them to resources and supporting self-defined well-being as determined by the patient.
Getting the support you need—physically and mentally—is really important when you are a student. It isn’t always easy to take the best care of yourself when you have a demanding course load, extracurricular activities and relationships with friends or a significant other to manage. This page offers resources for health, fitness and nutrition as well as student disability services.
Student Life, Campus Community and Retention Services, often shortened to "Student Life," encompasses a wide range of programs and services that serve our large and diverse undergraduate and graduate student body. This page offers resources from tutoring and career development to the many cultural, community and retention centers on campus.
A great first step toward creating a supportive circle of friends, mentors and allies within the larger UC Davis community is to visit the Community Resource and Retention Centers, the ethnic-specific retention centers, Student Success Centers in Advising and Retention Services and Services for International Students and Scholars.
The directory of resources from Healthy UC Davis can help promote mental and emotional well-being by creating a greater understanding of mental health concerns and demystifying services, supports, and professionals who are trained to help.
This resource teaches graduate students how to cultivate well-being in their personal, academic and professional life. This year-long program includes a weekly newsletter and frequent in-person workshops and informal events.
Hate and bias have no place at UC Davis. If you have experienced or witnessed an incident of hate or bias or discrimination or harassment, there are resources available for you. This page offers you resources you can talk to confidentially as well as directions on how to report hate and bias to the university.
The University of California is committed to creating and maintaining a community where all individuals who participate in University programs and activities can work and learn together in an atmosphere free of harassment, exploitation, or intimidation. The University prohibits sexual violence, including sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking; such behavior violates University policy and may also violate the law. This page offers a range of confidential and non-confidential resources for direct support and reporting options.