washing handThe entire School of Nursing team is committed to student success while also ensuring everyone’s health and safety. Our leadership and faculty teams continue to work to provide robust education experiences in a remote environment. Below, is a list of resources about the evolving coronavirus situation for prospective students, current students, staff and friends of the School of Nursing.

UC Davis main campus updates

UC Davis is taking steps to comply with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s statewide stay-at-home order. Find information on the UC Davis update page.

Read the UC Davis Coronavirus Information page for additional updates.

Current students

The Student Resources Canvas Page is a living site for all enrolled students that includes a variety of resources for students, such as course registration information, spring quarter course details, guidelines and policies, as well as technology resources.

Incoming 2020 students

We recognize you are now preparing for June or September enrollment. With the rapidly changing circumstances, decisions for summer quarter have not yet been determined. We will communicate with all incoming students once a decision for summer quarter is determined. In the meantime, please continue to complete required items on the New Student and Welcome Checklist.

The Student Services team is working remotely at this time. We are providing support and answering question via email. You can reach us at hs-sonstudentservices@ucdavis.edu.

Prospective students

Although our Student Services team is working remotely, you can contact the team at hs-BettyIreneMooreSON@ucdavis.edu. Also, please continue to use this website as a resource for information regarding our graduate degree programs, including application and admission guidelines.

UC Davis Health resources

UC Davis Medical Center and UC Davis Health clinics are open and serving patients. Visit the Coronavirus website for health information along with details about the coronavirus, testing and prevention.

Caregiver resources

Visit the AARP webpage, “Practical tips for caregivers concerned about coronavirus,” to find resources for caregivers.