At UC Davis, our Aggie Traditions
surround us: wearing UC blue to athletic events, watching the Picnic Day
parade from a favorite vantage point, wearing pajamas to greet alumni
at the train station for Homecoming weekend, agreeing to "meet at the
Egghead" at Shields Library for a finals study session. This Aggie
Traditions Page serves as a reminder of some of those traditions, as
well as milestones of our outstanding university in areas ranging from
athletics to agriculture to medicine. As we look back on the first 100
years of UC Davis, it is amazing to see how much we have accomplished
and how far we have come. With more than 218,000 alumni, we're proud of
the impact we continue to make within our local, national and
international communities. In 2008 as we honored our centennial year,
ASUCD and the Student Alumni Association decided to recognize the
traditions and activities that make UC Davis such a special place. The
project was an opportunity to learn about the everyday aspects of campus
life that are unique to our university. Whether you are a current
student, alumni, faculty or staff, we hope you enjoy reading about the
programs and activities that set UC Davis apart.
Our 2013 Tradition Keepers
To complete your traditions:
At the annual New Student Celebration you'll hear about how you can
embrace our Aggie traditions. For those students who complete all 50
traditions, we ask that you complete the attached sheet and return it to
us or download our new app . Once we have confirmed your completion of traditions you will be
honored with a special medallion to wear at graduation to recognize you
as a UC Davis tradition keeper.
Download the Aggie Traditions App
or the Aggie Traditions Worksheet in WORD and PDF
See all traditions below
Aggie Traditions 1-25 Aggie Traditions 26-50
Be sure to like our UC Davis Aggie Traditions page at facebook.com/AggieTraditions and post your favorite tradition today!
Should you have any questions or concerns please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 530-752-0286.