Congratulations, and welcome to the ITS-Davis family! This page contains information for all incoming ITS-Davis students. The Graduate Studies Newly Admitted Students page provides additional important information.
Tuesday, September 19 through Friday, September 22, 2023. Additional details
Monday, September 25, 2023, 10:00am – 3:00pm. We hope to host the annual Fall Barbecue (all students, faculty and staff invited) from noon to 2 p.m on the West Village Square.
You are welcome to join our Incoming Grad Student Facebook Group. The group is designed to introduce incoming graduate students to life at UC Davis and will post on a variety of topics, including housing, transportation, funding, wellness, and social engagement.
You are invited to complete Aggie 201.
Fall Quarter 2023 begins on Monday, September 25, 2023. Fall 2023 instruction begins on Wednesday, September 27, 2023. Visit the UC Davis campus calendar to find out the holiday breaks and other important dates.
You may obtain a UC Davis e-mail address, login ID, and Kerberos password online through Information and Education Technology (IET). Please provide your new e-mail address to Annemarie Schaaf (email@example.com) so that she can add you to our e-mail lists to make sure you don’t miss any future important announcements.
Your student ID number was given to you in your official letter of admission from the Office of Graduate Studies. You can access your letter by returning to the Online Admission system.
Immunization requirements and information on vaccine programs and health insurance. Visit the website.
Your graduate students health insurance is effective on the dates shown on the SHIP website. If you plan to continue to carry private insurance and do not wish to be enrolled in UC SHIP, you must apply for a UC SHIP Waiver by the posted waiver deadline.
New graduate students will receive a UC Davis AggieCard, your official UC Davis identification. Graduate students can upload their photo and then your card will be mailed to the address provided on the form.
All new international graduate students are required to take an English language course during their first academic year, unless they meet the listed requirements.