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The undergraduate experience at the College of Letters and Science is individual to each student, but one quality is the same – the education you get from the college will open many doors for you throughout your lifetime.
Some quick links below offer some areas to explore within the college.
The College of Letters and Science Undergraduate Advising Office has helpful resources for you as you navigate your college career. You can schedule an appointment to speak with someone in person, or learn about cross-campus meetings.
The College of Letters and Science is the largest of the three undergraduate colleges at UC Davis. Comprised of twenty-nine departments, the College offers more than fifty established major programs of study and thousands of courses per year in the fine arts, humanities, cultural studies, mathematical sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences.
There are many important dates and deadlines to keep track of during your time at UC Davis. This page outlines the current dates and deadlines to keep in mind.
Each quarter, students who earn a grade point average equal to or higher than the minimum grade point average attained by the upper 16 percent of those registered in the same class level and college during that quarter are placed on the Deans' Honor List.
To earn your bachelor's degree from UC Davis you must satisfy certain requirements at the University, College, and Major level. Learn more about these requirements.
Do you need to declare a double major or minor? Request to take a 200, 300,or 400 numbered course for degree credit? These and other forms and petitions are available to download as fillable PDF documents.
If you're unsure of where to find help or information, take a look at these frequently asked questions.
Learn how to declare a major and what majors and minors are available within the college.
Resources especially useful to new students.