University of California-Davis Top Questions

What kind of person should attend this school?


Someone who is seeking an enviornmentally friendly school and someone who not only tolerates, but accepts individuals of various ethnic communities and who is interested in diversifying the campus community.


Anyone who likes the suburban setting and wants to make a ton of friends!


A person who has a pretty solid idea with what they want to do in the future, is self motivated, and is capable of being their own advocate.


Anyone who likes the small town feeling while having a big university campus with state of the art facilities, great techers, friendly students, and is willing to work hard.


People at this school are very friendly. THey often are very helpful and you can meet alot of people by just going to clubs, parties. The people that go to this school are very diverse and many students come from all over the world. There are a lot of international students attending UC Davis. You can meet people everywhere.


Someone who is eager to learn and meet new people and try new things, and who doesn't mind being far from the beach and the city. Someone who enjoys the small college town environment.


A dedicated, serious, ambitious person who loves school and does everything possible to learn as much as possible. This school is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Anyone who wants to have some fun while being able to focus on school. It is a relaxing environment yet there are plenty of things to do around town. Someone who is concerned about the environment and health would fit well.


Someone who wants to enter the work force with a degree from a solid university, who wants to go to school in a university town and someone who doesn't mind running into the same 100 people at the bars every weekend.


Students who are academically motivated should attend this school. Since it is a large campus, it suits people who are independent.


Anyone who is interested in discovering him or herself, and willing to put the effort into doing so. Davis offers tons of opportunities to get involved, with over 400 extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs and Greek life, but you can't meet people just sitting in your dorm room. This school is for easy going individuals with an open mind and a desire to have fun, but still ready to work a TON.


Someone who wants to experience a big school without sacrificing the friendliness of smaller schools. Because of its size, the student population is diverse, and people's friendly attitudes make it easy to get to know different people. Davis is a happy campus and students seem able to find a balance between academic excellence and extra curricular involvement. It is a city that prides itself on being green and the campus is working toward the same eco-friendly standards. There truly is something for everyone at UC Davis, and anyone looking for a complete college experience should consider attending.


I believe a person that dosent mind living in a farm- like setting. Davis is a wonderful and prestigious high instituion of learni ng; but there isnt a student friendly enviorment. There isnt much of a night life or scenery to enjoy. People who attend Davis live in a seculded environment.


If you don?t care for the constant movement associated with city life, UC Davis is the perfect school for you. UC Davis, although it is the largest UC campus, has a very small town atmosphere. If you are someone who enjoys a slower pace, but still wants a bigger city within a reasonable distance UC Davis is ideal. The school is very eco-friendly; it has a weekly farmer?s market, and even hosts an annual earth day festival, so the environmentally conscious are quite welcome. Yet, if you're a chronic clothing shopper, Davis isn't for you.


The type of person that should attend this school is one who likes to actively learn and gain a broad education.