Impressions Of
University of California, Davis

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Reasons to attend and to not attend University of California, Davis

To Attend

  • “All the research money that is coming in. It is growing.”
  • “There are new research centers being built.”
  • “It’s a really diverse community with a lot of different opportunities. There’s an opportunity for everyone no matter what you’re looking for.”
  • “There are lots of resources, such as clubs or tutoring services.”
  • “The campus environment. Everyone is really friendly. Everyone is in search of an education and takes their studies seriously, but there’s also a good social aspect.”

To Not Attend

  • “Depending on the person, it’s a very big school so you can feel overwhelmed by the sheer size of it. Since they’re building so much, there is so much room and you can get lost while trying to find your class which can be difficult for some people.”
  • “With it being a big public university, there is not as much one on one instruction and not as much caring about the students as there would be at a smaller school.”
  • “The quarter system. Some people cannot stay on top of it because it moves so fast. A lot of people take that into account while applying, and when I was applying, I didn’t look into that much because I didn’t know how it would impact me.”
  • “If you get seasonal depression and hate the rain and cold weather.”
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