Aggie Info and Help Line, supporting your transition to campus this fall. | Orientation FAQs

Students sitting with their Orientation Leader outside the Mondavi Center

Aggie Refresh

Aggie Refresh

2020-21 was a year unlike any other. We had so much fun welcoming our new Aggies virtually through Aggie 101, Aggie Advising, and Aggie Orientation in the Fall of 2020, and Winter and Spring of 2021. As more typical campus operations resume, we know you may want a refresher on the foundation you built during last year’s Orientation. Enter Aggie Refresh, an in-person program designed to build off your first year of experiences at UC Davis. Aggie Refresh is exclusively for undergraduate students who began their first year at UC Davis during the 2020-21 academic year.  

By participating in Aggie Refresh, students will… 

  • be able to navigate campus and find their classrooms and buildings of campus resources.   
  • build connections with other students in person.  
  • feel excited and welcomed to campus.  

You will have an opportunity to hear from campus leadership, faculty, explore campus, and meet with a small group of students in your College, as well as an experienced Orientation Leader! 

Program Dates and Times

There are two program options for Aggie Refresh. There is no fee to participate. Registration has closed for this event.

September 21, 2021 at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts

Session 1: 2:00-4:30 PM P.S.T.                 

Session 2: 5:00-7:30 PM P.S.T. 

NOTE: This program is not available for family and guests as space is limited.  See below for suggested opportunities for parents and families to get connected to UC Davis resources.

Parking

We recommend biking, walking, or carpooling. Parking fees will be covered for those registered for the program. You will receive an email with a parking registration code. 

Participants who drive should park in Visitor Parking Lot 1.  

Aggie Refresh Program Schedule

  • Welcome
  • Transitioning from remote to in person instruction
  • Student Panel
  • New student community building
  • Campus exploration with an Orientation Leader

Parents and Families

Parents and families of new Aggies from the 2020-21 academic year should not attend Aggie Refresh as space is limited. We recommend connecting to the following: