Student Life

A farmer’s life for me

March 08, 2017

Students from diverse backgrounds pursue agriculture

With four undergraduate colleges and over 100 majors to choose from, many students leave UC Davis without ever scratching the surface of the agricultural sciences. However, agricultural science is the backbone of education for the 7,491 students in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES).


Life on the UC Davis Student Farm

December 12, 2016

The UC Davis Student Farm is one of the cornerstone examples of experiential learning of sustainable agriculture and food systems in Davis. The Student Farm, through various internships, volunteer opportunities, and employment opportunities allows students to gain knowledge through experiential learning by working on a sustainable organic farm. This video, produced by students, gives us a lens into what happens on the farm.

Mind your MANNRS

November 25, 2014

UC Davis’ many student organizations provide growth opportunities.

An important way UC Davis students gain the skills and experience they need is through involvement in campus clubs and organizations.

“There are a number of reasons why students should join clubs and organizations,” said Lili Bynes, co-director of CA&ES Undergraduate Academic Programs. “One is the sense of community that groups provide. Another is professional development opportunities. In personal development, what stands out immediately would be leadership growth and exploring the unknown.”

Looking Ahead

November 19, 2014

Activities prepare students for good jobs, bright future.

Bridge To The Working World

Choosing a major is the first challenge for incoming CA&ES freshmen. The next step is to participate in activities that help connect their studies to a rewarding career.

Student Farm Still Growing Strong

November 18, 2014

From its inception for alternative & organic research - to its development into a market and ecological garden - the Student Farm is all about innovation.

Since 1977, the 20-acre Student Farm has given thousands of students with an interest in sustainable agriculture plenty of hands-on opportunities through internships, courses, and part-time jobs.