There are lots of reasons to love birth control, and we want to know why you love it! Use #ILoveBirthControl on social media to start the conversation on campus.
Did you know that just 30 minutes of movement a day can enhance your academic performance, help you sleep and feel better? Checkout the Active Aggies campaign for student-centered strategies to incorporate more movement into your day.
Sacrificing sleep may help you catch up on work or your favorite show, but once your sleep routine falls apart the rest of the body goes out of balance. Getting 7 - 9 hours of sleep is essential for being your best physically, emotionally, academically, and socially.
Each Aggie Matters unites the UC Davis community in an open and affirming dialogue about mental health. Learn more by visiting our Each Aggie Matters page!
Checkout the fruit and veggie campaign page for tips and resources to make eating fruits and veggies affordable, tasty and easy.
No shame! Getting yourself tested for STIs, including HIV, is a normal and healthy part of being a sexually active person. Learn about STI/HIV testing resources around campus, and get answers to common questions.
Sign the Helmet Hair Don't Care Pledge to get a free bike helmet!
Did you know that there are over 35 hydration stations on campus? Bring a reusable water bottle and refill it often. Visit the Hydrate to Feel Great campaign page for more hydration hacks!
Save money and time by packing a snack before coming to campus. The Pack a Snack campaign will give you ideas for budget-friendly snacks that will boost your mood and help you stay alert throughout the day.
Seek Happiness is a positive psychology and resiliency movement that recognizes the struggles and celebrates the strengths of being a college student. We realize that students may experience stress, anxiety, and other challenges and hope to shine happiness through positive and affirming messages and activities.
We Thrive: Elevating Queer and Trans Community Health
Finding LGBTQIA+ related health resources shouldn't have to be difficult, because you deserve access to information that allows you to thrive!