Each individual who wants to be admitted to graduate standing in a regular academic program must submit a formal application for admission using the online application system. Applicants may apply to more than one program by submitting a complete application (including an application fee) for each program of interest.
Outreach and Recruitment Resources for Faculty and Staff
Graduate Studies has compiled graduate student reports, recommendations and resources to assist UC Davis faculty and staff in their efforts to intellectually talented, highly motivated, and well-prepared students from diverse backgrounds. Visit the Outreach and Recruitment page to learn tips and tricks for effectively communicating with prospective students.
Graduate Program Coordinator Admissions Guide
The Admissions and Academic Services team at UC Davis maintains an online guide for graduate program coordinators who play a role in the admissions and academic review process. The guide is updated on an annual basis and covers everything from application deadines to the GRE/TOEFL Score Search Tool. Visit the Graduate Program Coordinator Admissions Guide to learn more.
Graduate Admissions Quick Links
- Application for Graduate Admission
- Graduate Programs and Deadlines
- Admission Requirements
- Information for Newly Admitted Students
- Admissions Policies
Advising and Mentoring
UC Davis Graduate Studies supports and advances graduate faculty-student mentoring through a variety of efforts, most notably the Mentoring at Critical Transitions Seminar Series, the Mentoring at Critical Transitions Fellowship, and the Distinguished Graduate and Distinguished Postdoctoral Scholar Mentoring Awards. Learn more about our commitment to mentoring and explore our list of resources by visiting our Faculty-Student Mentoring page.
Problems and Dispute Resolution
Do not wait until a graduate student is in crisis to contact us. We are available to hear concerns and discuss strategies at any stage in your interaction with a graduate student who is having some difficulty. Visit our Problems and Dispute Resolutions page to learn more about our consultation services and support resources.