A student wearing a brown coat and a black backpack rides his bike on the path toward the International Center, in the background. The leaves on two trees near the entrance have turned yellow in the fall season. Two groups of students (four men and four women) gather and talk on the left side of the path. A female student wearing a purple backpack, black coat, blue jeans, and gray boots walks toward the building closer to the door. Two students stand outside the door in the distance talking to each other.
As fall quarter gets started, Global Affairs staff are returning to offices within the UC Davis International Center. Limited in-person advising services are returning this month, while other services will be virtual. (UC Davis)

Global Learning Hub Resumes Student Walk-In Advising

Quick Summary

  • Walk-in student peer advising now available: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Mondays-Fridays.
  • Other advising services are also now available: virtual or in-person advising available by appointment only, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Mondays-Fridays.
  • Location: International Center, 463 California Ave., Suite 1120.
  • Follow campus directives for testing, face coverings, social distancing, and other public health requirements detailed by the UC Davis Campus Ready website.

The UC Davis International Center is open to the public, and the Global Learning Hub within Global Affairs now offers limited in-person services in suite 1120.

Global Learning Hub has resumed walk-in peer advising for students from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Mondays-Fridays. Students are welcome to drop by suite 1120 to ask questions and learn more about study abroad and the many global learning opportunities available on campus, in our region, and around the world.

Other advising services are also now available and are offered as virtual or in-person meetings depending on staff members’ schedules. Schedule a meeting with an advisor.

Select events scheduled for the fall quarter are also planned as in-person gatherings and will be announced in the near future. In addition, the Fall Global Learning Showcase and some information sessions will continue as virtual events this quarter.

Along with the rest of the UC Davis campus, in response to COVID-19, Global Affairs moved services online in March 2020, shifting to email, video conferencing, and other virtual tools to provide its range of offerings to students, staff, faculty, and partners. Over the last several weeks, staff members have gradually returned to offices in the International Center in preparation for a return of limited in-person services.

The UC Davis community is asked to follow public health requirements and guidelines from UC Davis Campus Ready in order to access campus and services within the International Center.

Global Learning Program Updates

Global Affairs COVID-19 Q&A

Fall 2021 Planning for International Students and Scholars

UC Davis Campus Ready

About the Global Learning Hub at UC Davis

Through the Global Learning Hub, each and every UC Davis student can find global learning opportunities available on campus, in the region, virtually, and internationally. The Hub offers global learning programs, workshops, and resources that enhance all UC Davis students’ academic and career pursuits through four broad areas of opportunities: Community Engagement; Global Skills and Leadership; Internships and Research; and Study Abroad. UC Davis is committed to preparing the next generation of global problem solvers and change makers. As such, we aim to prepare our undergraduate, graduate, and professional students to solve global challenges collaboratively, equitably, and sustainably.

As a part of Global Affairs, the Global Learning Hub aims to inspire global curiosity, understanding, and engagement.

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