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Keeping in Communication with your Student: Embracing Co-curricular Activities

Winter quarter is a great time for your student to start getting involved on campus outside of the classroom if they haven’t already. Co-curricular activities complement the learning that students are attaining in the classroom by allowing them to practice and apply what they are learning. It is also a great way for your student to build skills and find community. UC Davis is an enormous campus, and getting involved in clubs, groups, or other activities can help make the campus feel smaller, have a more personalized experience and make it easier to connect with other students with similar interests.

Keeping in Communication with your Student: Reflecting on Fall Quarter to Start Winter Quarter Strong

The New Student Academic Services unit housed within Student Housing and Dining Services is comprised of Orientation and Residential Academics.  Our team is dedicated to supporting your students transition into and through UC Davis. 

This is the third part of a series where we highlight part of the academic transition your student might be experiencing and questions you can ask your student to help support them through this transition.

Reflecting on the Past and Designing the Future

The Internship and Career Center reminds all students that during their career planning, they should remain curious, willing to try new things, reframe problems, and look for collaborators. Read on for more information about how to be a "design thinker" throughout your career-seeking journey.