University of California-Davis Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (29)
I enjoyed my experience immensely. The education and connections were top notch. I would do it all over again.
UCD is a good school. The professors were knowledgeable and gave individual care and attention to students. Good times.
Great small town atmosphere, large class sizes, and tight knit community. Students have many learning opportunities.
My experience at my college was a perfect blend of enrichment, empowerment, and empowerment. I met some of the most influential people in my life. I learned a lot about myself and my desired life path through the help of these people. The environment of my college enhanced the positively adventurous time I enjoyed during my entire stay.
UC Davis was the best 4 years of my life. I grew so much as a student and person while being away from home. I would encourage anyone to go to UC Davis for the college town feel and terrific education.
UC Davis is pretty good. The staff and students are very helpful and friendly. And there's tons of services to help you succeed, but make sure to put in the work and ask for help. Some major and minors suffer from the typical UC issue of not having enough classes available.
College was a great experience for me. I learned more about myself as a person but also my academic interests. It is important to take advantages of the many opportunities each college has to offer. I worked in a research lab which helped me get exposure to the research world and learn more about my areas of interest in the science field. My experience in the research lab helped me after graduating and will forever change my future.
Davis was an amazing place to spend 4 years. The people are friendly, the faculty is helpful and knowledgable and you will come away with some tremendous experiences. There aren't too many places that allow you to go to class one day, Tahoe to ski the next day, and San Francisco whenever you feel like it.
I loved the experience of going to college, meeting people, and learning how to be an adult. I found that having a clear goal in mind for what I wanted to accomplish was very important to my experience, and that friends who did not have that inner motivation sometimes struggled during and after. Don't go to college to "discover yourself", there are cheeper and better ways to do that.
It was a wonderful college in a small town, with options of intimate classes at higher levels as well as large general education classes.