Visiting and Contact Info
|Admissions Office Address:||Visitor Services, Alumni and Visitors Center|
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616-8507
|Admissions Office Phone:||5307528111|
|Admissions Office Fax:||5307544160|
|Admissions Office Email:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Most Popular Places on Campus:||Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts|
Memorial Union/Coffee House
Activities and Recreation Center (The ARC)
Sciences Laboratory Building
The UC Davis Arboretum
|Most Popular Places Off Campus:||Napa Valley|
Davis Farmers' Market
|Campus Visiting Center:||Yes|
9am-noon and 1pm-5pm
| Appointment Required:||Yes|
| Tour Dates:||Varies|
| Times:||Mon-Fri 10am and 2pm Sat-Sun 11:30am and 1:30pm|
|Contact Email Address to Sign-Up:||email@example.com|
|Overnight Dorm Stays:||Not Available|
|Any Limitations:||Available only during summer sessions. Contact US Davis Summer Housing Off./Conference Housing: 530|
|Types of Transportation Available to Campus:|
Sacramento International Airport is 20 miles from campus. Davis Airporter Limousine Service (530-756-6715) is available to/from the airport; call at least one day in advance. Bus service to the airport is available from the campus. Rental cars are also available at the airport.
|Driving Instructions to Campus:|
From Sacramento and from San Francisco, take I-80 to the UC Davis exit, which will lead you right to the campus. From the north, take Hwy. 113; exit at either the Russell Blvd. or UC Davis (Hutchison Dr.) exit and go east to campus.
|Local Accommodations: Near By:|
The 18-room Davis Bed and Breakfast Inn (422 A St.; 530-753-9611) is just across the street from the university. The low price includes a full breakfast. Best Western University Lodge (123 B St.; 530-756-7890), just 2 blocks away, is another basic facility. A half block away is Aggie Inn (245 1st St.; 530-756-0352), with pretty rooms, a spa and sauna, continental breakfast, and moderate rates.
|Local Accommodations: Far Away:|
At the university, you are only about 25 minutes west of Sacramento, where you might prefer to stay. Built in 1912, Abigail's Bed and Breakfast (2120 G St.; 530-441-5007) is a colonial revival mansion located in downtown Sacramento. It's within easy reach of many of the attractions of the city. Rates are in the moderate to expensive range and include a delicious breakfast. If you need twin beds, be careful to check in advance. American Youth Hostel (900 H St.; 530-443-1692) is a converted 100-year-old mansion within walking distance of Amtrak, Old Sacramento, and the Capitol, and 1 block away from the Yolo bus to Davis. The hostel is very affordable.