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All reviews mondavi center art museum memorial union watch the ducks coffee house sports facilities dining hall student tour quaint town this place is huge performing arts creek running easy access concert hall low key walk around long walk
We took a tour of the campus. Like most colleges, there are some really nice new buildings (common area at Davis) and some older buildings that could use some updating (some dorms).
Overall, it’s a very spacious and well maintained campus. I like that students...More
Nice sized campus is a small, quaint town. Sculptures, gardens, stadium, dorms that are not too large or small, great dining hall with a multitude of food choices for any diet. Easy to get around on a bicycle or walking (if you like to walk...More
I have been to most if not all of the U.C. campises, but this one impressed me the least. It's not dreadful, don't get me wrong, but it was very low key. On the other hand, it does produce great winemakers.
I was here for a conference and had time to walk around and look at all the art and sculptures. It’s a beautiful campus and well worth visiting. We had great weather while there, but have heard it can get hot. It’s still worth the...More
UC Davis is a gorgeous blend of stunning architecture, breathtaking scenery, and new age designs for a campus. Situated only 15 miles from Sacramento, the campus is a little difficult to reach, the only route I having from the highway being a two lane road...More
We weren’t quite sure about UC Davis, they did have a major our daughter wants. Left left there very impressed. In fact of the five UC tours we took (Berkeley, Irvine, Santa Barbara & San Diego) it was the best one. Our “Ambassador” Ivan was...More
It is a wonderful campus from the UC system. It is growing constantly and organically. It offers wonderful sights for visitors, from the Putah Creek to the Mondavi Center and from the ample quad to the gazebo