Facilities & Services
Each property has different amenities within the unit and apartment complex. Contact your property manager and/or review the apartment policies to see what specific amenities and policies are particular to your apartment complex. If space is available, you may request a transfer to another apartment complex.
Student Housing Resources
SHA residents have access to a variety of resources in the Student Housing areas, including use of the Computer Centers and Academic Advising Centers.
Residential Computing & Computer Center Information
For information about services provided, please visit housing.ucdavis.edu/computers.
Academic Advising Center
For a current advising schedule and information regarding services provided, please visit rhat.ucdavis.edu.
There are multiple ways to submit a repair/work order request. You can submit one online, contact the apartment complex by phone, or go to the office during business hours.
Apartment Online Request Form
Furniture repair requests should be submitted to Student Housing through the Student Housing Service Request online form.
Wireless Internet is available to each apartment. There should be information on your router regarding who to call if there are service issues.
Cable and Telephone service is not provided by Student Housing. You will have to set these up on your own or with your apartment-mates.
Gas & Electric Service
This service is provided by Student Housing. If you receive a bill directly from Pacific Gas & Electric, please contact Student Housing.
Network Use Policy
Residents are responsible for following the campus Computer & Network Use Policy. Computers and networks can provide access to resources on and off campus. Such open access is a privilege and requires that individual users act responsibly. Users must respect the rights of each other, respect the integrity of the systems and related physical resources, and observe all relevant laws, regulations, and contractual obligations. Since electronic information is volatile and easily reproduced, users much exercise care in acknowledging and respecting the work of others through strict adherence to software licensing agreements and copyright laws. Unacceptable network use includes, but is not limited to the following examples: spam mail, hate mail, e-commerce, copyright infringement, operating an unauthorized server, use or display of offensive material, and "hacking" (unauthorized access to another system). E-mail and instant messages containing threats, harassing language, intimidation, or other offensive content are not tolerated and the sender will be subject to disciplinary action.