University Affairs represents and advocates for undergraduate students at the University level. It actively meets with faculty leadership, the administration of UC Davis, the UC Regents, the UC Office of the President, and students from other UC campuses to achieve this goal. It motivates and encourages student voice in various campus committees and advisory boards that affect student life. In addition to advocacy work, it strives to educate students on the processes and structures of the UC Regents and UCD administration.
Know your Rights (as students) – Student Judicial Affairs information
Explore the Student Judicial Affairs (SJA) website to learn what is and is not considered academic misconduct. http://sja.ucdavis.edu/
Your University. Your Voice.
Want to represent UC Davis undergraduates in determining Campus Based Fees? Do you have a lot of opinions on the state of Athletics and/or Arts here at UCD? Can’t sleep because you’re constantly thinking about campus transportation and parking? There’s a committee for all of those and more. Make your voice heard. Be a student representative in UC Davis administration by applying for a spot on an Administrative Advisory Committee at http://aac.ucdavis.edu/
Got Opinions about SHIP?
Health Insurance and access to resources for healthy living are not just buzz topics for national elections; these are real issues on our campus, and they are directly impacting YOU. You pay into this system, and you have to deal with its end results. Want to have a say in this direct impact? What about where your money goes? How will these changes be implemented? Then you should check out this page: shcs.ucdavis.edu/about/
Connect to the Regents
Questions or concerns you would like the UC Regents to know about? Send them our way to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re feeling even more inspired, please contact the University Affairs Director to discover more ways to get involved.
Contacting Your Legislators
Is there a political issue about which you are extremely passionate? Have something on your mind that you wish to share with one of your elected officials but might not know who they are? Here’s a list of websites to help you look up YOUR elected officials (both state and federal) so you can tell them what’s on your mind!
U.S. House of Representatives lookup:
California State Legislature
Assemblymember and Senator lookup: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/yourleg.html