Academic Advising

Scheduling an Advising Appointment

In alignment with campus directives regarding precautions surrounding COVID-19, the Undergraduate Advising and Student Affairs Office in Chemistry will be closed to in-person interactions until further notice. Our staff and peer advisors remain available and will offer academic advising sessions to students via Zoom appointments. Once you have scheduled an advising session through the Advising Appointment System, our advisors will reach out to you by email with instructions on how to connect with them using Zoom. We appreciate your patience, flexibility, and understanding during this time.


Staff Advisors 

Advising sessions with Kate Creveling and Perry Gee are available throughout the academic year. Online advising sessions are generally limited to 20-minutes sessions. Go to the Advising Appointment System to schedule a meeting to discuss our majors in chemistry, create a study plan, perform a degree check, address a mandatory registration hold, or other. You can also email us at

Online drop-in advising sessions are also available throughout the quarter to answer general questions. Please note the following days/times and zoom link information: 

Kate Creveling Zoom Link -
Tuesdays from 4:00-5:00p (PDT)
Friday, October 16 and October 23, from 1:00-2:00p (PDT)


Peer Advisor

Julia Weidner is not available for in-person advising sessions at this time to observe campus directives regarding precautions surrounding COVID-19. However, if you wish to share a question or concern via email or would like to schedule an online appointment with her, please write to

She is also available for online drop-in advising sessions throughout the quarter. Please note the following day/time and zoom link information: 

Mondays, 12:10-1:00p (PDT)

We also encourage you to visit her YouTube postings to learn more about her experiences as a major in chemistry. Who knows? You may pick-up a resourceful tip to help you navigate your undergraduate studies.


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Additional Learning Resources

Academic Assistance and Tutoring Center (AATC) - AATC is committed to helping students throughout spring quarter. The team of Specialists, Tutors, Student Assistants, and Staff are working to provide the services you have come to depend on for your academic success.

STEM CaféSTEM Café is a program hosted by the Women’s Resources and Research Center (WRRC) with the goal of providing a friendly, collaborative, and informal setting for students in STEM classes to work on homework or discuss the subject. STEM Café is open to all students, regardless of gender.

Health Professional Advising 
Attend workshops to learn about paths to take towards the career you’re considering and meet with advisers to learn about professional school requirements and more.

Student Health and Counseling Services - UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services or SHCS provides a wide variety of medical, mental health and wellness services to all registered UC Davis students regardless of insurance coverage. Most services are provided through scheduled appointments, however acute care (services without appointments) for acute medical and mental health needs are also available. Services are provided at two primary locations: The Student Health and Wellness Center and North Hall.

The ACS Chemistry Club @ UC Davis

Get involved with outreach events, such as the famous Picnic Day Magic Show, and meet others excited about chemistry! Join the email list to get information about meetings and events by writing to

Internship and Career Center
There are many resources to help you find what you need, such as a job or internship or help with writing your resume.

Undergraduate Research CenterUC Davis is one of the top research universities.  Undergraduates work with top-notch faculty committed to the mission of "Learning, Discovery and Engagement" across all majors.  

The UC Davis CalTeach/Mathematics and Science Teaching Program (CalTeach/MAST) provides students with opportunities to explore careers in K-12 mathematics and science education while completing their degree in a STEM field. CalTeach/MAST offers seminar/internship courses that will expose you to teaching methods and practices in local area elementary, middle or high school classrooms. Our courses will give you the opportunity to acquire required internship hours to enter a teacher education credential program at either a UC or CSU campus. To learn more about the CalTeach/MAST program and how it can help you to become a teacher visit the our website at