#ThisIsUCDavis is a UC Davis campaign centered on three core values: diversity, mental health and resilience. This campaign aims to bring together the campus community featuring opportunities for student engagement, mental health support and a shared commitment to supporting student mental well-being during COVID-19. 

We would like to thank the UC Davis Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services and Healthy Davis Together for making this campaign and mental health project possible.

Spring Quarter #ThisIsUCDavis Opportunities

Emergency Mental Health Grants offer assistance for students who may be struggling with mental health issues and need support with transportation costs, copays for therapy, prescription medication, psychoeducational testing, basic hygiene supplies and more. Please review the application to learn more or contact Emilia George at for any questions.  

  • The application period opens beginning Monday, March 29th and closes on Friday, April 9th at 4PM PST. 

  • Eligibility:

    • Must be a registered UC Davis student, enrolled in 6 or more units

    • Must have room in financial aid package 

    • Priority given to students with the most demonstrated need


QPR stands for Question, Persuade, Refer and is a nationally recognized evidence-based suicide prevention training. We are offering free access to an online version of QPR training to registered UC Davis students during spring quarter. The course takes approximately one hour to complete and you get a certificate upon completion. You can learn more about QPR by visiting this link:

We have a limited number of codes available and will be distributing them on a first-come, first serve basis in spring quarter. To access this training, please complete the following Google Form no later than May 7, 2021 and you will receive an email with the access code within 5 - 7 business days. 


Movies for Mental Health is a 2-hour virtual workshop that uses the power of film to unite folks in community, connection, and conversation. The workshop is planned for Wednesday, April 14th at 5:30PM in partnership with the UC Davis Mental Health Initiative and Art with Impact. This interactive, online experience will feature an anonymous, chat-based discussion on mental health, a live screening of three award-winning short films and a UC Davis student, staff and community panel sharing of lived-experiences and mental health resources. Space is limited so please register today!

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Community Mental Health Grants have been awarded to five campus departments to support mental health reaching a diverse student body. These grants are specifically reaching students from communities that have systemically been impacted by COVID-19 supporting healing spaces, mental health seminars, workshops and related efforts to foster community and support student mental health.


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Questions? Emilia George, UC Davis Mental Well-Being Health Promotion Specialist  (she / hers) is the lead for the #ThisIsUCDavis campaign. Please contact Emilia at for any questions or comments. 


Take this short survey using your UC Davis email for a chance to win a $75 Amazon gift card. The survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete and we have a total of 20 gift cards to give away. Participants must complete the survey no later than Friday, May 14th to be considered for the raffle.


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