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1. Aggie Reuse Store


Address: Memorial Union #154, 1 Shields Ave.
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Victoria Mattsson
Contact's Position: Unit Director
Phone: 4156961646

Descriptions: Formerly known as "the on-campus thrift store", Aggie Reuse Store recently transitioned to a mutual aid model where all items are available at zero cost for students and the larger community! We are a student-run unit under ASUCD who strives to be a source for second-hand clothes, school supplies, small appliances, and countless priceless treasures that have been donated by none other than you (UC Davis students and the Davis community)! Our mission is to promote sustainable fashion and creative upcycling by providing a source for basic needs to the overall community and therefore discouraging fast fashion. Keywords: Student Organizations, Environment, Sustainability, Organizations

2. Alpha Phi Omega- Iota Phi


Address: CSI 423 One Shields Avenue
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Kevin Tran
Contact's Position: President

Descriptions: Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed collegiate community service fraternity that strives to develop three cardinal principles: Leadership, Friendship, and Service. The Iota Phi chapter at UC Davis is among the largest in the nation, with members serving more than 10,000 hours in the Davis community each year.

Keywords: Student organizations, volunteer groups

3. Bit Project


Address: 3119 Kemper Hall (1 Shields Ave)
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Melissa Thane
Contact's Position: Recruitment Officer
Phone: 6508635503

Descriptions: Bit Project is a student-run organization that conducts weekly outreach events at local elementary schools with the purpose of introducing students to robotics/STEM curriculum at a young age. By educating younger generations, we hope to prompt elementary schoolers to cultivate a genuine curiosity and passion for STEM. Our ultimate mission is to make STEM education accessible to all students, in order to encourage younger generations to explore the possibility of a future career in STEM.

We are currently looking for motivated UC Davis students who are interested in working with and engaging the elementary students in STEM activities. Both Non-STEM and STEM majors are welcome! If you are interested in learning more about us, check out what we are currently up to at

Keywords: Education, Organizations, outreach, student organizations, volunteer groups, youth

4. Cal Aggie Christian Association (CA House)


Address: 433 Russell Boulevard
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Anna Kerr-Carpenter
Contact's Position: Community Coordinator
Phone: 5304006737
Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-2pm

Descriptions: Cal Aggie Christian Association is an inclusive, progressive student campus ministry organization. As the oldest campus ministry at UC Davis (we were founded in 1916), Cal Aggie Christian Association has a very long and proud heritage of supporting spirituality and promoting social justice. Some of our activities in the areas of service and justice include having been: a base for Caesar Chavez's farm union work in the Central Valley, a center of Vietnam War protest, the home of the first sexual health clinic in Davis, and the home of the UC Davis LGBT Resource Center before it was recognized by the University. To us, leading a life of service and justice is at least as important as what people believe, and we seek to follow the ways of Jesus in our radical inclusivity and justice-making. We offer opportunities for spirituality, service and justice work, personal growth, fellowship, and intentional living. All students are welcome! Visit us on the web at

Keywords: Student organizations, religious



Address: 356 Memorial Union, UC Davis
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Nicole Walter
Contact's Position: Campus Organizer
Phone: 5307523205

Descriptions: The California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG) is a statewide student directed, non-profit, non-partisan organization that conducts research and advocacy on environmental and consumer issues. The basic goals of the organization are to: promote student civic involvement, protect the environment and consumers, give students a voice, and learn skill and train leaders.

Internships with CALPIRG are available. For CALPIRG at UC Davis, visit their office at 260 South Silo (next to the Experimental College). For Sacramento internships in the legislative office, call (916) 448-4516.

UC Davis CALPIRG Website:

Keywords: Environment Lobbyists Legislat, legal, student organizations

6. Circle K International at UC Davis


City: Davis / UC Davis State: Zip:

Hours: Wednesdays 6-7pm

Descriptions: Circle K International is a collegiate community service, leadership development, and friendship organization. Circle K clubs are organized and sponsored by a Kiwanis club on a college or university campus. It is a self-governing organization and elects its own officers, conducts its own meetings, and determines its own service activities.

There are over 12,600 members worldwide in 18 nations. On the district level, our clubs work within the boundaries of California, Nevada, and Hawaii to achieve common goals and service initiatives, to come together at conferences and conventions, and to do large scale service projects.

UC Davis Circle K was chartered on April 5, 1974 and remains one of the oldest Circle K clubs in the California-Nevada-Hawaii District. The club also works with other organizations on campus and in the community, including Tree Davis, Willett Elementary, Yolo County Food Bank, Davis Community Meals, Challah for Hunger, and more. New members are welcome to join any time during the year! We do service year-round, because service never sleeps! UC Davis Circle K is open to working with anyone, so if you need volunteers at an event or want to work with us, please come out to one of our meetings or visit our website.

Keywords: student organizations, volunteer groups

7. Clinica Tepati


Address: 1820 J Street
City: Sacramento State: CA Zip:

Hours: 7 AM - 4 PM Every Saturday

Descriptions: Since 1974, Clinica Tepati has been a non-profit, student-run clinic that provides free primary health care services to the uninsured population of Sacramento and the surrounding area. The clinic was founded by a highly motivated group of Chicano/Latino students to address the need for culturally sensitive care for the undeserved population of Sacramento. Today, it continues to fulfill this mission through the dedication of UC Davis undergraduates, medical students and the generosity of physicians and supporters. Together we are able to care for over one thousand patients each year.

Keywords: health, student organizations

8. Davis Alcohol and Other Drug Advisory Group


Address: UC Davis Student Health and Wellness Center, Health Education and Promotion, One Shields Ave.
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Tamara Stirling
Phone: 5307529652
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm

Descriptions: DAODAG provides assessments, education, training and referrals to treatment for students with identified needs related to alcohol, tobacco, or other drug issues.

Health Education and Promotion
Keywords: Student organizations, education, health, outreach, substance abuse

9. Food Recovery Network at UC Davis


City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact's Position: President

Descriptions: Food Recovery Network at UC Davis is a student-run organization responsible for collecting perfectly edible, wasted food on campus and donating it to homeless shelters. Volunteers help with collecting, weighing, transporting, and distributing food to those in need. Our organization frequently partners with other groups throughout Davis such as Yolo Food Bank and Community Harvest of Davis.

Keywords: Hunger, Student Organizations

10. Newman Catholic Student Community


Address: 514 C Street
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact's Position: Administration
Phone: 5307537393
Hours: M-F 11AM-10AM

Descriptions: The Newman Catholic Center in Davis was established in 1965 and is sponsored by the Catholic Diocese of Sacramento. The Newman Center is housed on the original site of St. James Catholic Church. St. James Parish is now located at 14th and B streets. John Henry Cardinal Newman was a proponent of liberal education, the role of the laity, and the place of conscience in one's life. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has established chaplainries called Newman Centers, named in his honor, to care for the spiritual needs of those engaged in university life and to serve as a Catholic presence in the university environment.

The Newman Catholic Centers empower college students to form authentic Christian community, celebrate the diverse expressions of their Catholic faith, and discern their vocation as disciples of Jesus for the Church and for the world.

Keywords: Religious Education, Student organizations

11. Office of Sustainability


Address: 436 Mrak Hall
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Phone: 5307527456
Hours: M-F 9am to 5 pm

Descriptions: The Office of Sustainability develops, leads, and coordinates sustainability efforts throughout the UC Davis campus. Staff members create strategies and plans to improve campus operations, work to implement the UC Office of the President's sustainability policy, establish sustainability metrics for UC Davis, work with faculty and students on project-based learning and learning-by-leading opportunities, build institutional capacity for sustainability on- and off-campus, and inspire the community to work toward a sustainable future.

Keywords: Environment Student organizations, UC Davis, outreach, recycling, waste reduction

12. Picnic Day


Address: Memorial Union, 3rd Floor, Room 349
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Adan Junaid
Contact's Position: Volunteer Director
Phone: 5307526320
Hours: M-Th 9-5pm; F 9-4pm

Descriptions: UCD's annual Picnic Day, the largest student-run activity in the USA, depends on volunteer assistance. Help is needed in the following areas: parking and directing, parade directing and announcing, animal events, setting up and much more!

Keywords: Student organizations, recreation

13. Rotary Club of Davis


Address: PO Box 185
City: Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Contact Person: Bill Hollingshead
Contact's Position: Polio Eradication Chairman
Phone: 5307589779

Descriptions: The main objective of Rotary is service in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Rotarians develop community service projects that address many of today's most critical issues, such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy, and violence. They also support programs for youth, educational opportunities and international exchanges for students, teachers, and other professionals, and vocational and career development. The Rotary motto is Service Above Self. We are looking for students and student organizations to volunteer for local and international service projects.

Keywords: International, youth, hunger, education, environment, education

14. Women's Resources and Research Center


Address: 113 North Hall
City: Davis / UC Davis State: CA Zip: 95616

Phone: 5307520127
Hours: M-F 9-5

Descriptions: The Women's Resources and Research Center provides opportunities to promote gender equity in the UC Davis community. The WRRC hopes to achieve our vision- a world in which gender equity is achieved and people of all marginalized genders have the opportunities and support to realize their full potential. We are committed to an intersectional approach in our activism that works to combat all forms of oppression.

The Volunteer Program provides an opportunity to promote gender equity on the UC Davis campus primarily by assisting the community in the Joy Fergoda Library. The Volunteer Program will allow students to learn about resources, books, and educational programs that focus on gender equity and social justice.

Responsibilities may include: staffing the library, greeting community members, checking books in and out, shelving returned books, creating new book displays, maintaining the physical space, and supporting library functions such as the printing and computer stations.

Program Requirements:
1) 2 hour orientation session
2) 2 hour commitment every week

Keywords: Student organizations, women