2063 Kemper Hall
To schedule an appointment with an advisor, please email the advisor directly.
For deadlines, see the Office of Graduate Studies’ calendar.
Forms and information materials can be found at the Office of Graduate Studies’ website.
A CRN is a Course Registration Number. CRNs for most courses can be found on Schedule Builder or the Class Search Tool. For ECS 289 special topics courses, see the schedules page. CRNs for ECS 299 research units are sent out through the GGCS listserve during registration times and at the beginning of the quarter.
The first step is to contact your professor to request PTA consideration. If your professor agrees, they must send an email to Melinda Meeker at email@example.com. Next, go to the department office. Melinda can assist you.
To reserve a room, please go to COWS. When reserving a room, make sure to do the following:
There are various reasons you could have a hold on your registration. Please see Jessica Stoller for assistance with this.
Please see Jane Ryan for answers to payroll questions.
If you need a key, please see Melinda Meeker in 2063 Kemper Hall.
Teaching Assistant positions are limited and competitive. They are open to all graduate students, but subject to the rules and selection procedure outlined in the Graduate Studies Guidelines.
TA selections are made on a quarterly basis. A month and a half prior to each quarter, an application is sent via email to all CS graduate students. If a student is selected for a TA position, they are notified via email before the quarter begins.
As a TA in the Computer Science Department, you must take ECS 390: The Teaching of Computer Science. If you are a new TA, you must also attend the Center for Educational Effectiveness’ TA Orientation. It is offered once a year in the fall.
If you are an international student, you must have a passing score on the TOEFL, IELTS, TOEP, or SPEAK tests in order to be a TA. See International and Academic English’s website for more information.
Students can contact Jessica Stoller via email for additional questions regarding TAships.
Students who are not California residents must pay non-resident tuition. To become a California resident, you must be a US citizen or permanent resident. You should start this process as soon as possible after you arrive at UC Davis. Please contact the Office of the University Registrar for assistance with forms, and to start the process to establish California residency for tuition purposes.