Davis Campus Resources
Academic | Advocacy | Child Care | Counseling, Support & Discussion Groups | Gender Education
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Chicana/Latina Research Center
Provides resources for scholarship,teaching and student development.
Contact: CLRC Staff, 752-8882, firstname.lastname@example.org
Consortium for Women and Research
Programs for faculty & grad students. The Davis Feminist Film Festival.
Contact: Beverly Babcock, 754-8851, email@example.com
Gender and Global Issues Program
Post-baccalaureate certificate program.
Contact: Rosamaria Rosen, 752-8205, firstname.lastname@example.org
WRRC peer math tutoring and study group promoting women in math.
Contact: Maria Ly, email@example.com
Women and Gender Studies Program
Academic program offering a major, minor and graduate emphasis.
Contact: Marlee Payne, 752-8986, firstname.lastname@example.org
2222 Hart Hall
Director: Amina Mama
Women in Science & Engineering Program (WISE)
Outreach and retention programs for women students in sciences, technology, engineering and math.
Contact: Maria Ly, email@example.com
Gender focused cultural studies, sexuality, & fiction circulating collection; campus disabilities collection; wi-fi; cozy study areas; print & copy; food allowed.
114 North Hall
Contact: Joy Erickson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associated Students of UC Davis (ASUCD)
Free 15 minute legal services.
347 Memorial Union, 752-1990
Graduate Student Assistant to the Dean and Chancellor in the Graduate Studies Office
Liaison between graduate students and Graduate Studies, the graduate council and the Chancellor.
Contact: Abigail Boggs, 752-4090, email@example.com
Graduate Student Association
Free 15 minute legal services.
South Silo, 2nd Floor
Contact: Malaika Singleton, 752-6108, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sexual Harassment Education Program
Confidential advice and information.
Contact: Moira Delgado, 752-1490, email@example.com
Anonymous Call-line: 752-2255
Contact: Wendi Delmendo, Title IX Officer, (530) 752-9466, firstname.lastname@example.org
The sexual harassment policy: http://manuals.ucdavis.edu/PPM/380/380-12.htm
Status of Women at Davis Administrative Advisory Committee (SWADAAC)
Committee of students, staff & faculty that advises administration on policies & procedures related to women at UCD.
Contact: Leslie Madsen Brooks, email@example.com
Student Judicial Affairs
Responds to alleged violations of campus policy & student misconduct; assists to resolve student grievances.
Contact: Colette Nuno, 752 -1128, firstname.lastname@example.org
or Don Dudley, 752 -1128, email@example.com
Undergraduate Student Assistant to the Chancellor
Student liaisons to University administration.
Contact: Nina Massoumi or Allison Zike, 752-2440 , firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Davis
Information and referrals to licensed childcare, grant and subsidy programs, library, newsletter and parenting classes.
Contact: Sandy Jones, 757-5695, subsidy program
Robbie Townsley, 757-5695, resources and referral
UCD Work Life & Wellness
Information & referrals to campus & city child care services and resources. Financial assistance info. Breastfeeding Support Program.
COUNSELING, SUPPORT & DISCUSSION GROUPS
Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP)
Confidential professional help for staff and faculty's personal or work-related problems.
112 A St. in Guibert House
Contact: Beth Cohen, 752-ASAP, email@example.com
Counseling Center and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Individual and group counseling for students.
North Hall, 2nd Floor
For appt. & 24-Hour hotline: 752-0871
Graduate Women's Pregnancy Support Group @ WRRC
Contact: Brook Colley, 752-3372, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student peer counseling.
TB-16 (Near Regan Hall)
Contact: Naomi Sakai, 752-2790
Programs focused on gender dynamics or women’s issues. Presentations by request to residence halls, student organizations, classes/teams. To request a peer education program, Click Here.
HEALTH & SEXUALITY
ASUCD Gender and Sexuality Commission (GASC)
Promotes campus awareness of gender/sexuality issues & sexual assault.
Contact: Sarah Raridon, email@example.com
Health Education and Promotion (HEP)
Peer education, and referrals for students on health issues such as birth control, STDs & women’s health.
Contact: Lisa Reyes, 752-9652, firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Health Clinic - Student Health Services
Exams; diagnose & treat infections or STDs; contraceptives; pregnancy testing; counseling & referrals for students.
Student Health Services, 1st Floor
Appointment line: 752-2349
Advice Nurse: 752-9649
Cal Aggie Hosts
Free nighttime escort service for students and staff to any campus location or off-campus residence hall. 6 pm to midnight.
To obtain escort: 752-1727
Campus Violence Prevention Program
Counseling, crisis intervention & advocacy for sexual assault, violence & stalking Behind TAPS, near the IM fields
Contact: Marisa Messier, 754-6387, email@example.com
Victim Advocate pager: (916) 523-2419
Teaches physical defense techniques and risk reduction strategies for women.
Now housed at CVPP.
Cross Cultural Center (CCC)
Supports & advocates for social justice, campus diversity, and appreciation for the cultures, traditions & histories reflected in the campus community.
Next to South Hall
Contact: San Mei Li, 752-4287
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center
Provides an open, safe, inclusive space committed to challenging homophobia, biphobia, transphobia & heterosexism. Education about all genders & sexualities.
In the University House Annex
Contact: Sheri Atkinson, 752-2452
Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC)
Student-run programs fostering academic & personal development, political and cultural awareness, while empowering student leaders.
Room 16, South Hall
Contact: 754-6836, firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Resources and Research Center
Provides a confidential, safe space & resources for women to explore who they are & to succeed in all areas of life. Study/meeting rooms, library, Womyn’s Gallery, transgender friendly bathroom. Info., advising & referrals to students, staff & faculty. Co-sponsorships & scholarships. On-going networks & educational programs. Opprtunities to volunteer, become peer educators & intern.
North Hall, 1st Floor
Contact: Macy Minor, 752-3372, email@example.com
Educational Opportunity Program Information Office
106 South Hall
Contact: Reina Gonzalez, 752-9711
Internship and Career Center (Community Service Resource Center)
South Hall, 2nd Floor
Learning Skills Center
2205 Dutton Hall
Office of Campus Community Relations (OCCR)
414 Mrak Hall
Contact: Phyllis Thomas, 752-2071
121 South Hall
Contact: Shirley Sperry 752-4441
Services for International Students and Scholars (SISS)
Student Disability Center
160 South Silo (near the Craft Center)
Contact: Cindy Alei, firstname.lastname@example.org