University of California - Davis
As one of the world’s leading institutions of higher education, the University of California at Davis is committed to serving a student population as diverse as society at large through the advancement of knowledge and discovery. Founded as the University Farm in 1908, UC Davis has grown from an agricultural college into a comprehensive research university. It is home to a diverse student body of more than 34,000 students from across California, the nation and the world.
The university offers 102 undergraduate majors and 101 graduate and professional degrees across four colleges and six professional schools. Its students enjoy sports, community internships, public service, outdoor activities, concerts and clubs. UC Davis is known for its student-run services, such as the Coffee House, the radio station KDVS, Outdoor Adventures and the Unitrans bus service, which provides paying jobs to hundreds of students each year. The university also sponsors 13 varsity sports and has over 40 student-organized intercollegiate sports clubs that compete against area colleges.
The Davis campus is located along Interstate 80 next to the city of Davis, a vibrant college town of about 68,000 people living in Yolo County.
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