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 continues to comply with California Public Health orders. The Davis campus iis currently at reduced operations. Read the UC Davis Coronavirus Information page for updates. The Campus Ready website also provides additional information for students and families, faculty and staff.

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, current quarter course details, guidelines and policies, as well as technology resources.

At this time, students continue to learn remotely. Students in the family nurse practitioner, physician assistant and nursing programs participate in clinical skills experiences in small-group, in-person classes in Moore Hall as well as doing clinical practice in hospital and clinic settings. Students should continue to watch the Canvas page for updated information on safety protocols for clinical experiences.

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

The Family Caregiving Institute offers a resources web page with a variety of coronavirus resources for caregivers.